Natural designs debut

Strut — This year’s fashion show will premiere April 11 in the Schilling Center. Photo credit: Dale Carty II

Spring fashion show will bring storms and volcanic eruptions to the stage Trees, grass, rivers and rain are all components of nature very familiar to Lynchburg. These ingredients that make up nature will soon be displayed by 28 designers through their original creations in the ninth annual spring fashion show …

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Dresses put on display

Glamour — Models showcased designer creations during student fashion show this past April. Photo provided

Fashion show recognizes designs from FACS department Four designs from April’s “Go Green, Go Glam!” fashion show hosted by the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) will be featured this November in Charlotte, North Carolina, at the International Textile & Apparel Association’s (ITAA) 2014 annual conference. The designs of …

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Green trend expands

award— Guidelines for the garments included the use of 60 percent recycled materials. Photo credit: Dale Carty II

Saving the planet one stitch at a time at the annual fashion show Liberty students showcased their design skills at the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences’ (FACS) eighth annual fashion show Saturday, April 12, in the Schilling Center. For this year’s theme, “Go Green, Go Glam,” student designers were …

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Runway goes green

FACS students prepare for their annual fashion show As the semester comes to a close, students have the opportunity to watch as more than 40 models walk the runway in handmade works of art, which make their debut in the Family and Consumer Science (FACS) Department’s “Go Green, Go Glam” …

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‘Faces of Africa’ shines

African roots — Attire from countries such as Ghana was displayed. Photo credit: Sara Warrender

A crowd of students cheered as models made their way onto the stage, strutting down the runway before posing with the colors of different countries’ flags mixed behind them. Hosted by the Association of Students of African Descent (A.S.A.D.), the “Faces of Africa” fashion show debuted April 20 in Towns-Alumni …

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Project Hollywood hits the runway

hollywood — Student Sarah Bell designed her collection based off of “Phantom of the Opera.” Photo credit: Jake Mitchell

Lights. Camera. Action. Models took to the runway Saturday night, April 13, at the seventh annual fashion show sponsored by Liberty University’s Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) Department. The garments were inspired by classic Hollywood movies and were designed and modeled by Liberty students, according to Ruth Bibby, the director …

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Fashion show to wow

Fashion — Designers prepare for the spring show. Photo credit: Nathan Rohrer

This year’s show focuses on fashion in cinema For seven years, Liberty students from all majors who are interested in fashion design have participated in Liberty’s annual fashion show. Three years ago, Liberty student Ruth Bibby initiated the designer launch party. The event prepares designers for meetings, fittings and workshops …

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Fashion show raises HIV awareness

Awareness — “Strike a Pose, Africa!” fashion show included traditional clothing from various African countries and attempted to raise awareness for HIV/AIDS victims. Photo credit: Michelle Dix

Liberty University’s Association of Students of African Descent hosted their annual fashion show, Strike a Pose, Africa! this past Saturday to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS. The show was geared in a way so that students could be informed of the impact that HIV/AIDS has on the world around them. It …

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