Most of the students who were cut from the senior show set up their work in our studios today for a small presentation we're holding tomorrow for family and friends.  This presentation happened at the insistence of one of my peers - in the past there has never been any showing of the work of students who were cut from the fashion show.  When you're cut you become pretty much irrelevant to the school.  So today we set up our humble presentation - just clothing on racks with some mannequins dressed in key looks.  Here's my rack with my faux fur tent dress on the mannequin behind me.  The orange shirt dress I'm wearing is from a friend's collection.  I hadn't realized it matched my coat so well until today so I put them on together.  Traffic cone eleganza.. what else can I say?

More to come!  & You can see everything behind me in more photos HERE.


  1. It's awesome that those of you who were cut still showed your work. Fuck the judges. Fuck school. None of that shit matters.

    Be proud of your vision.

  2. servin' up some monochrome realness

  3. Sorry to hear you were not selected but I think I speak for a lot of people when I say I'd like to see your full collection.

  4. Can't even handle this. This is serving me eleganza extravaganza realness and I want to LIVE IN IT. EVERY DAY. But maybe sometimes I would just be naked under the coat. And by maybe I mean obviously. <3



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