The School of Fashion has been directly affected by the decisions surrounding the annual fashion shows: Undergraduate and Senior Collections. Due to COVID-19, the Undergraduate Show has been canceled, while the Senior Collections show is to be determined. Despite these unprecedented times, students of The School of Fashion are adapting to these changes and ensuring the show must go on.
Every year, fashion designers around the world showcase their newest designs in what will become trends and influential brand pieces. Young designers watch and take in the awe of their inspiration and how many pieces turned from a simple drawing in a sketchbook to a piece of art on a model strutting down the runway.
Original designs of Meghan Hughes are modeled above. Photo courtesy of Meghan Hughes
Meghan Hughes is a Boston based fashion designer, who creates whimsical garb that is wearable for everyday. Hughes was a member of the class of 2013, graduating with a degree in Fashion Design. A native of Jamaica Plain, the 26-year-old has made a name for herself within the Boston design scene. More…
“1851 Chronicle” editor Tristan Davis caught up with senior fashion designer Eliza Hellier to discuss her senior collection, debuting later this month at the Lasell College Senior Collection Fashion Showcase on April 30 in the Athletic Center.
Background music is “Weight of Love” by The Black Keys.
The Melt Into Color fashion show, held on March 31, was dedicated to the Birthday Wishes Foundation. Since 2002, Birthday Wishes provides homeless and underprivileged children with birthday parties. The foundation sets out to boost the self-esteem for children and promote equal opportunities for all. Proceeds from a raffle and two pop up shops on site were donated to Birthday Wishes. More…