On Saturday, April 5, St. John’s Church transformed into an experimental fashion stage once again by the students of Maryland Institute College of Art students. A record number of “19” students presented their fashions (hence the name XIX) featuring costume, contemporary fashion, puppetry, performance and traditional catwalk. *This post features snapshots by Ms. Charm of Ms. Charm’s Chic.
Alexandra Caivano ’14 (fiber) Stones
One day, Alexandra was walking through Greenmount Cementery in Baltimore and began to notice the beautiful textures, patterns in stone made from the destruction as well as decay that occurs through aging.
Lucy Maher-Tatar ’15 Slight Feel-(interdisciplinary sculpture)
Lucy line consisted of an exploration of materials, texture and pattern based around the grid and structure.
Madie Shaver ’14 (fiber) Blanket Shine
Inspired by the absurdity of today’s hyper reality, this collection gives a humanist portrait of a post-human future.
Lola Borovyk ’14 (fiber) 163-22
Inspired by the uniform as an identifier.
Catherine Reckelhoff ’14 (art history, theory and criticism) Ex-Voto
The collection title Ex-Voto, true to its Italian meaning “Votive” is an hompage to Yves Klein and an institutional critique on the collaboration process between artists and designers.