High style from NSCAD
Lee Dekel and Charlotte Mackie are two of the NSCAD fashion/textile students who will show off their collections this Saturday night.
By Suzanne Rent 17 April 2014 Share this story
On Saturday, April 19, senior fashion and textile students at NSCAD will display their collections on the runway at the Senior Students’ Fashion Show.
The Port Campus on Marginal Road hosts the show. The collections of 19 young designers will include everything from loungewear to couture. Madeleine Leroux, one of the student designers and an organizer of the show, says it offers a great chance to see the talent of designers in the city’s fashion scene. “There’s a little bit of everything,” she adds. “Local talents tend to be more interesting. If you want something more interesting, more unique, it’s always great to look at local talent.”
Here are the designers and collections taking part in the showcase:
Mitch Fraser/Ride or Die
Alyson Samways/Soft Serve
Stephanie MacDonald/Veronica by Allta
Kate Rothschild/The Drowning Girl’s Tender Relics
Natasha Rider/Natasha Mariah
Lee Dekel/Tamale [‘tamalɛ]
Donn Sabean/Donn Sabean
Lizane Tan/CRNA \ LAURUS
Kate Rothschild/In Flight
Adam Creurer/With All I Wanted
Maggie MacCormick/For Her
Rebecca Cusack/Pond Water Exploration
Hannah Broer/Sunday Morning
Anthony El-Cid with jewelry from Paul Rizzuto/For Always
This story was originally published in Halifax Magazine.
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