Tulane School of Architecture hosted the inaugural Design Showcase + Fashion Show on May 4, presenting eight different Design courses and more than 100 students' infographics, illustrations and branding proposals for various advocacy campaigns; furniture prototypes; lighting sculptures and more. The fashion show portion of the event featured students modeling wearable creations, including sustainably made designs and original digitally printed textile designs, for a packed audience of students, faculty, staff, family and friends. Event sponsors were Precision Sewing Machines, Aidan Gill for Men, and AOS Interior Environments. Read the full story at the School of Architecture website.
Light fixtures and furniture prototypes were exhibited in tandem at the entry and runway area. (Photo by Ameliah Kolp)
The Fundamentals of Design & Making course featured backpacks made from recycled cardboard and duct tape, first on the runway, then displayed on the walls of Kendall Cram Lecture Hall. (Photo by Ameliah Kolp)
The fashion show included original digitally printed textile designs, recycled cardboard backpacks, and sustainably made designs. (Photos by Ameliah Kolp)
A model pauses on the runway during the School of Architecture fashion show. (Photo by Ameliah Kolp)
School of Architecture Professor Ammar Eloueini (seated, far left), Dean Iñaki Alday (seated, second from left), Provost Robin Forman (seated, third from left), Design Program Director Tiffany Lin (seated, fourth from left) and Design Program Associate Director Meghan Saas (standing, far right) visit before the start of the fashion show. (Photo courtesy of Tulane School of Architecture)
A packed audience of students, faculty, staff, family and friends watch the start of the fashion show. (Photo courtesy of Tulane School of Architecture)