Posts Tagged ‘ISU Fashion Show’

  • MC Trunk Show

    Matthew Christopher hosts trunk show

    January 23rd, 2012 | Fashion, Women's Fashion | Randi.Reeder | No Comments

    In a letter from Matthew Christopher himself, “a bold breeze of inspiration has come with the new year.” In this case, that bold breeze is Christopher himself. Christopher is not your typical ISU alumnus. Not only is he an Iowa native who lives in New York City designing wedding gowns, he also has been running […]

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  • ISU Fashion Show

    ISU Fashion Show 2012 sneak peak

    October 4th, 2011 | Fashion, Men's Fashion, Women's Fashion | Kayla.Kienzle | No Comments

    Sustainable style played a major role last year. The focus of The Fashion Show was to create a “green theme.” The show was definitely a success, as it incorporated elements of earth and stunned the crowd. Not only was the show a highlight, but also was the entire Fashion Week that included publicity events, design competitions and […]

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  • Todd Snyder menswear

    Todd Snyder selected as a guest designer ISU Fashion Show 2012

    October 4th, 2011 | Fashion, Men's Fashion, Women's Fashion | Sara.Schlueter | No Comments

    Clarification: The original version of this article stated that Todd Snyder has launched his spring 2012 menswear line. ISD Style would like to clarify that Snyder is no longer associated with J. Crew. His line is currently being sold on Gilt Groupe and at Bergdorf Goodman.   The ISU Fashion Show has gotten lucky. Menswear […]

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  • Jamie

    Designer profile: Jamie Torgrimson

    April 10th, 2011 | Fashion, Lifestyles, Men's Fashion, Women's Fashion | emily.miller | 1 Comment

    Collection: New York City Glamour Inspiration for collection: Lights and colors of Times Square Process from a concept to a garment: Jamie Torgrimson actually designed her collection around material she found in New York City. She was inspired by the way the light hit the iridescent taffeta and sketched her ideas around this concept. Feeling […]

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  • Tye-Dyeing

    Fashion Week: recycle with tie-dye

    April 6th, 2011 | Fashion, Lifestyles | Leah.Rodewald | No Comments

    Reduce, reuse, recycle. Not only do these words apply to paper and pop cans, they can be practical with your clothes too. As a way of promoting their upcoming runway show and “going green”, the Public Relations Committee of the Fashion Show had an idea—to offer a way to revamp old t-shirts. “It’s all about […]

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  • Studio 7 styles models for fashion show

    Studio 7 styles models for fashion show

    April 6th, 2011 | Fashion, Women's Fashion | Leah.Rodewald | No Comments

    The ISU Fashion Show, an annual event from the College of Human Sciences, will be presenting a number of garments from students, as well as a collection from ISU alumnus and wedding gown designer, Matthew Christopher. But the garments are only half of the look. Studio 7 Salon and Spa will be creating the hair […]

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  • Kylie Van Cleave

    Designer profile: Kylie Van Cleave

    April 5th, 2011 | Fashion, Lifestyles, Women's Fashion | emily.miller | 2 Comments

    Collection: Walking A Fine Line Inspiration for collection: Minimalist Architecture Process from concept to garment: Kylie Van Cleave knew she wanted to outfit 30- to 40-year-old professional women. She decided to strategize a simpler look that is more intricate than it appears. She incorporated chevron shapes into her pattern in different areas of each garment. […]

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  • Emily Dayton

    Designer profile: Emily Dayton

    April 5th, 2011 | Fashion, Lifestyles, Women's Fashion | emily.miller | 3 Comments

    Collection: Paris Inspiration for collection: Landmarks of Paris such as the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, and the Arc de Triomphe in the winter months Process from concept to garment: Emily Dayton knew she wanted her collection to be big. She started looking for inspiration among art rather than nature and was constantly transforming her first […]

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  • Megan Bottalla

    Designer profile: Megan Bottalla

    April 5th, 2011 | Fashion, Lifestyles, Women's Fashion | emily.miller | 1 Comment

    Collection: Nola (New Orleans+Louisiana) Inspiration for collection: A combination of the 1951 film “A Street Car Named Desire” and the feel of New Orleans. Process from concept to garment: Megan Bottalla started sketching over Christmas break after watching the movie and felt that it was a difficult process narrowing it down to three designs. She […]

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  • Heather Dickinson

    Designer profile: Heather Dickinson

    April 5th, 2011 | Fashion, Lifestyles, Women's Fashion | emily.miller | 1 Comment

    Collection: Milk and Sugar Inspiration for collection: The fineness and fullness of evening wear from the 18th century Process from concept to garment: After research and inspiration, Heather Dickinson sketched numerous ideas until she found one that felt right. The evolution of a design includes many steps such as making the patterns, creating a sample […]

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