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 video recorded by Ms. Charm of Ms. Charm’s Chic and snapshots by Ms. Charm of Ms. Charm’s Chic.
Elise Collier ’14 (fiber)
Joanna Para ’14 (fiber) Szalala
Izzy Lawlor ’14 (fiber) Arcana
Arcana inspired by the hours Izzy spent wandering deer paths in the woods and the creatures she developed spiritual relationships with.
Karen Feliz ’14 (fiber) Verano en el Cielo
Verano en el Cielo narrates the passage of grief, from denail and isolation, to anger, bargaining, depression and ultimately acceptance.