2018 Fashion Show

Can we suppose it? The word “Resilience” personified into a conform show. That was a idea any aspect of The Fashion Show attempted to accomplish this year.

This year’s 2018 Fashion Show took place during 7 p.m. on Apr 14 in Stephens Auditorium. The night began with an opening by a managerial producers, Jessica Helberg and Sarah Waigand, a Dean of a College of Human Sciences Laura Dunn Jolly and boss of Iowa State, Wendy Wintersteen. The night was also emceed by Austin Anderson, youth in broadcasting and mass communications

Following a opening difference was a opening of a curtain, that struck “Oooos” and “Ahhhs” via a audience. What came before their eyes on a theatre in Stephens Auditorium, were 7 immeasurable triangle-shaped objects in a quarrel during a behind of a stage. The immeasurable triangle shapes were all opposite sizes and were any lined with splendid lights .

Along with a opening of a screen came a music, stoical by Iowa State alumnus, Nick Hadfield. Hadfield pronounced his interpretation of “Resilience” came from several new healthy disasters that have taken place around a world. The absolute emotions Hadfield felt when he was creation a song could be felt by a audience.

The initial half non-stop with 51 opposite designs and collections.

Following a initial half was a finish theatre redesign. The screen opening during a second half of a uncover struck another set of “Oooohs” and “Ahhhs” into a assembly as a theatre remade into a paper-chain immature safari.

There were rows of long, immature paper bondage that hung from a stage’s roof all a approach to a ground. The models were means to travel by them as they walked on and off a theatre during a show.

Up subsequent came a guest engineer apportionment of a show. The overdo producers, Josie Brownmiller and Emily Clark, gave a second half’s opening remarks. This year, with guest engineer Patagonia, a dual producers gave their interjection to them for entrance to Iowa State.

Before Patagonia showed their line of clothing, they initial played a absolute video that showed a impulse for their line. This video couldn’t have been some-more of a illustration of “Resilience.” The video called, “Blue Heart” highlighted, “the hazard to Europe’s final furious rivers in a Balkans acted by uncontrollable hydropower development.”

After a video, about 30 pieces of Patagonia’s tumble 2018 line of wardrobe was showcased by Fashion Show models. The new line was a unequivocally complicated set of clothes.

The panoply were a immeasurable array of colors, many of that were toned down. The showcased panoply enclosed hats, dresses, pants, shirts, vests, jeans, sweatpants, sweatshirts, bags, flannels, overalls and more.

Then a final half of a uncover showcased another 33 opposite designs or collections by tyro designers.

Following a second half was a finale remarks, rewards and recognition. The awards are listed as followed.



Models travel a runway for Iowa State’s Fashion Show on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 



Three immature models travel a runway during a Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during Stephens Auditorium.



Student models uncover off Alex Peters’ pattern “HND” during a 2018 Fashion Show on Apr 14 during Stephens Auditorium. “HND” went on to win initial place in a “Costumes” category. 



The 2018 Fashion Show starts with Shae Smith’s pattern “ROGUE” attack a runway in Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14. “ROGUE” went on to win second place in “Art to Wear” and “Senior Collection”. 



A indication walks a runway during a Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during Cy Stephens Auditorium.



A indication walks a runway during a Iowa State Fashion Show during CY Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.



Model kids uncover off Courtney Johnson’s pattern “Garden Buds” during a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.



A indication walks a runway during a Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during Cy Stephens Auditorium.



Student indication twirls child models as they uncover off Courtney Johnson’s pattern “Light of My Life” in Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.



Models debuting their stylish outfits during a Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium.



An ISU tyro models for Iowa State Fashion Show’s guest engineer Patagonia on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 



Student models uncover off Lydia Loya’s pattern entitled “Adir Deron” as a partial of a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephen’s Auditorium on Apr 14.



Two ISU students models have some fun on a runway while displaying for Iowa State Fashion Show’s guest engineer Patagonia on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 



An ISU tyro models for Iowa State Fashion Show’s guest engineer Patagonia on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 



A indication wearing Jessica Helberg’s pattern “Immortality” poses on a runway during a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.



Six models mount during a tip of a runway during a Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during Cy Stephens Auditorium.



A indication debuts an outfit during a Iowa State Fashion Show during CY Stephens on Apr 14.



Audience members hearten on a models as they uncover off several designs during a 2018 Fashion Show. Karina Anderson’s “Lavish” takes a theatre in Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.



An ISU tyro models for Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 



An ISU tyro models during Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 



Student models wearing Katrina Pedrick’s pattern “On a Fringe” come out to honour her for winning a “Lora and Russ Talbot ISU Fashion Show Best in Show Scholarship.” The Fashion Show celebrates 36 years this year during Stephen’s Auditorium on Apr 14.



An ISU tyro models for Iowa State Fashion Show’s guest engineer Patagonia on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 



A indication works a singular outfit during a Iowa State Fashion Show during CY Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.



The 2018 Fashion Show was hold in Stephens Auditorium Apr 14. During a uncover a models uncover off a guest designer, Patagonia’s, tumble wardrobe line. 



Tara Efobi’s pattern “Fresh” walks down a runway during a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.



James Lieven’s pattern “Black Pauldron” walks down a runway during a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14. “Black Pauldron” went on to win initial place in “Wearable Technology”.



A indication walks a runway for Iowa State’s Fashion Show on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 



Kamber Elyse’s pattern “The Rolling Stone” walks down a runway during a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.



Models uncover off their tyro finished outfits on a runway for Iowa State’s Fashion Show on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 



Samantha Fitzgerald’s pattern “Blue Morpho” walks down a runway during a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.

PHOTOS: The Fashion Show 2018

Iowa State’s annual muster of fashion, The Fashion Show, was hold Saturday night in Stephens Auditorium. Photos by Sarah Henry and Jackie Norman




Models travel a runway for Iowa State’s Fashion Show on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 




Three immature models travel a runway during a Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during Stephens Auditorium.




Student models uncover off Alex Peters’ pattern “HND” during a 2018 Fashion Show on Apr 14 during Stephens Auditorium. “HND” went on to win initial place in a “Costumes” category. 




The 2018 Fashion Show starts with Shae Smith’s pattern “ROGUE” attack a runway in Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14. “ROGUE” went on to win second place in “Art to Wear” and “Senior Collection”. 




A indication walks a runway during a Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during Cy Stephens Auditorium.




A indication walks a runway during a Iowa State Fashion Show during CY Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.




Model kids uncover off Courtney Johnson’s pattern “Garden Buds” during a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.




A indication walks a runway during a Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during Cy Stephens Auditorium.




Student indication twirls child models as they uncover off Courtney Johnson’s pattern “Light of My Life” in Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.




Models debuting their stylish outfits during a Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium.




An ISU tyro models for Iowa State Fashion Show’s guest engineer Patagonia on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 




Student models uncover off Lydia Loya’s pattern entitled “Adir Deron” as a partial of a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephen’s Auditorium on Apr 14.




Two ISU students models have some fun on a runway while displaying for Iowa State Fashion Show’s guest engineer Patagonia on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 




An ISU tyro models for Iowa State Fashion Show’s guest engineer Patagonia on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 




A indication wearing Jessica Helberg’s pattern “Immortality” poses on a runway during a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.




Six models mount during a tip of a runway during a Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during Cy Stephens Auditorium.




A indication debuts an outfit during a Iowa State Fashion Show during CY Stephens on Apr 14.




Audience members hearten on a models as they uncover off several designs during a 2018 Fashion Show. Karina Anderson’s “Lavish” takes a theatre in Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.




An ISU tyro models for Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 




An ISU tyro models during Iowa State Fashion Show on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 




Student models wearing Katrina Pedrick’s pattern “On a Fringe” come out to honour her for winning a “Lora and Russ Talbot ISU Fashion Show Best in Show Scholarship.” The Fashion Show celebrates 36 years this year during Stephen’s Auditorium on Apr 14.




An ISU tyro models for Iowa State Fashion Show’s guest engineer Patagonia on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 




A indication works a singular outfit during a Iowa State Fashion Show during CY Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.




The 2018 Fashion Show was hold in Stephens Auditorium Apr 14. During a uncover a models uncover off a guest designer, Patagonia’s, tumble wardrobe line. 




Tara Efobi’s pattern “Fresh” walks down a runway during a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.




James Lieven’s pattern “Black Pauldron” walks down a runway during a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14. “Black Pauldron” went on to win initial place in “Wearable Technology”.




A indication walks a runway for Iowa State’s Fashion Show on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 




Kamber Elyse’s pattern “The Rolling Stone” walks down a runway during a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.




Models uncover off their tyro finished outfits on a runway for Iowa State’s Fashion Show on Apr 14. during CY Stephens Auditorium. 




Samantha Fitzgerald’s pattern “Blue Morpho” walks down a runway during a 2018 Fashion Show during Stephens Auditorium on Apr 14.

After-Show Reactions:

Patagonia

Rebecca Green Shank, product developer for men’s and women’s sportswear, suspicion a uncover was illusory and professionally done.

“I was so desirous by a common partnership by all of these students,” Shank said. “It was truly a professionally well-done conform show. we can’t picture that a conform uncover in Paris or New York could have been any some-more extraordinary than this one was.”

Producers

Sarah Waigand, Fashion Show managerial writer and comparison in attire merchandising and design, pronounced “Yesterday was eerily palliate notwithstanding a uncover being that night. All of a tough work put in by a cabinet members, models, directors and my co-producers unequivocally paid off and authorised me to indeed suffer a uncover while it was happening.

“The uncover was positively amazing. The whole time it felt so surreal that it was indeed function after a whole year of preparation. we didn’t wish it to end! It’s a bittersweet impulse that a uncover is done. On one palm it gives me so most some-more giveaway time, though on a other we won’t know what to do with myself. It was an respect to lead such a gifted organisation of people and furnish an extraordinary conform show. On a capacity side of things, we had never won an capacity during a uncover before so it was a outrageous warn and a good approach to finish my comparison year.”

Jessica Helberg, Fashion Show managerial writer and comparison in attire merchandising and design, said, “It was a prolonged week of a lot of rehearsing, though a writer group could not be some-more anxious with how Saturday night went. We are so impossibly grateful for all of a extraordinary cabinet members and directors that finished this uncover happen, as good as a designers who finished a theatre come to life final night. Thank we to everybody who came out or tuned into a livestream, and we wish we enjoyed a prolongation of The Fashion Show 2018.”

Audience

Jordan Stewart, sophomore in pre-graphic design, pronounced “I suspicion it was unequivocally good. we desired it. It was unequivocally colorful. we went final too and we suspicion it was unequivocally colorful and unequivocally different. we suspicion it was a lot more—really veteran runway-looking, so we suspicion that was unequivocally cool. we suspicion a set was amazing.”

Elizabeth Otto, a high schooler from Omaha, Nebraska, pronounced “I unequivocally favourite it. It was a lot of fun and we desired all of a designs.”

Awards and recognition

Ana Hays McCracken Scholarship

The winners of a Ana Hays McCracken Scholarship, also famous as Fashion Show Producer Scholarship, were Waigand, Josie Brownmiller, Helberg and Emily Clark. The 4 have worked given open of 2017 on one night that is looked brazen to any year. McCracken, an Iowa State alumna who graduated in 1984 with a grade in apparel, merchandising and design, has given The Fashion Show it’s largest capacity of $100,000.

McCracken and her father Ed have also, given 2014, given four-year fee scholarships to apparel, merchandising and pattern students. The recipients are Waigland, comparison Grace Rosson, sophomore Rachel Lininger and sophomore Annie Fitzpatrick.

According to The Fashion Show’s pamphlet, McCracken said, “The writer grant awards will assistance to relieve financial burdens for a producers as they launch their veteran lives. And it will demonstrate to them how critical and valued their work on a Fashion Show is. It will also set a new bar for what alumni support for The Fashion Show can truly demeanour like.”

Todd Snyder Scholarship and Internship:

The Todd Snyder Scholarship and internship is given by Iowa State alumnus Todd Snyder. The target receives a $5000 grant and a paid internship with Todd Snyder and his association in New York City.

Snyder founded his possess menswear tag in 2011, that is secure in American classics: tailored suiting, normal knits and outerwear styled with courteous palliate and finish, nonetheless assembled regulating lush Italian and Japanese fabrics and yarns.

He has given won many awards and nominations including ‘being nominated 3 times for a CFDA Swarovski Menswear Award for Emerging Talent in 2012, 2013 and 2014, was one of 5 nominated for Best Menswear Designer by a CFDA in 2016 and 2017, was comparison as one of GQ Magazine’s Best New Designers in America in 2012, was nominated by FGI for a Rising Star Award in 2013 and was comparison as a finalist for a 2013 CFDA/ Vogue Fashion Fund.’

 

Lora and Russ Talbot $1000 Merchandising Scholarship:

Sarah Wright, youth in apparel, merchandising and design 

Best In Show:

Katrina Pedrick, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Accessories

First place: “Shaftesbury Avenue” by Jessica Helberg, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

AMD 495: Senior Line

First place: “On a Fringe” by Katrina Pedrick, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

Second place: “Rogue” by Shae Smith, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

Third place — a tie between: “Hjemme” by Tara Efobi and “Lion Dance” by Yu Ching Lin, seniors in apparel, merchandising and design 

Activewear/Swimwear/Intimates

First place: “Stride” by Sarah Waigand, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

Second place: “The Landry” by Rose Echard, youth in apparel, merchandising and design 

Children’s Wear

First place: “The Light Unseen” by Emily Clark, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

Second place: “Mola” by Yu Ching Lin, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

Costuming

First place: “HND” by Alex Peters, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

Second place: “Lion Dance” by Yu Ching Lin, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

Day dresses

First place: “Story” by Carlie Howard, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

Second place: “Sweet Stems” by Caye Schnackel, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

Third place: “Here’s a 411” by Thuan Luong, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Digital Printing

First place: “Contaminated Imagery” by Emily Clark, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Second place: “For Ren” by Tara Efobi, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

Third place — a tie between: Emily Clark and herself with “The Light Unseen,” and “Survivor”, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Fashion Illustration

First place: “Meet Me On a Slopes” by Rylie Smith, sophomore in apparel, merchandising and design 

Second place: “Zimmerman” by Katrina Pedrick, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Third place: “Olympia” by Lauren Latham, sophomore in apparel, merchandising and design 

Formal wear

First place: “Contaminated Imagery” by Emily Clark, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Second place:“Altered Elegance” by Carlie Howard

Third place: “Prom Dress” by Katrina Pedrick, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Graduate

First place: “Yoddha” by Archana Edmond, connoisseur tyro in apparel, events and liberality management

Second place: “Spektre/Halophyte” by Samantha Creeger, connoisseur tyro in industrial design 

Inspired by a Textiles and Clothing Museum

First place: “Recycled and Reimagined” by Courtney Nikkel, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Second place: “Modern Nomad” by Courtney Nikkel (also comparison as Judges’ Choice — Honorable Mention), comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Portfolio

First place: “Survivor” by Emily Clark, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

Second place: “Digital Portfolio” by Lydia Loya, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Third place: “Function + Femme Lookbook” by Abigail Faith Goeser, youth in apparel, merchandising and design

Sleepwear/Loungewear

First place: “For Ren” by Tara Efobi, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

Sportswear

First place: “Hjemme” by Tara Efobi, apparel, merchandising and design 

Second place: “Homesick” by Tara Efobi, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Third place: “Archive” by Abigail Faith Goeser, youth in apparel, merchandising and design 

Suiting/Business Attire

First place: “Modern Heritage” by Lydia Loya, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Wearable Art

First place: “On a Fringe” by Katrina Pedrick, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Second place: “Rogue” by Shae Smith, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design

Third place: “Survivor” by Emily Clark, comparison in apparel, merchandising and design 

Wearable technology

First place: “Black Pauldron” by James Lieven, comparison in architecture 

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