2014 Fashion Show: What We Saw "Align" on the Runway

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As dozens of models stepped onto the runway last Saturday night, the audience witnessed more than just a fresh debut of student work.They saw everything from bridal wear to kids fashion to ready-to-wear lines. They leaned in to see what was coming up next.

But they also saw the culminating transition of 19 senior apparel design students leaving the classroom behind for the studios, galleries, and design firms these soon-to-be graduates will go on to join.

When the last model left the stage and the lights went up, the audience saw 19 designers emerge onto take the first of many bows.

Thank you to everyone who mentored our students, participated in the production of the event, and showed their support by attending ALIGN on Saturday night. We’ll see you at the next show in February 2015.

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Designer: Jordyn Reich

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Designer: Crystal Compton

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Designer: Jenny Hessman

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Designer: Jessa Manthe
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Designer: Karen Fiegen

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Designer: Kayla Styczinski
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Designer: Kayna Hobbs

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Designer: Kira Erickson

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Designer: Kora Gleason

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Designer: Laura Schaefer

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Designer: Lindsey Dewitt

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Designer: Mai See Heurh

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Designer: Paul Erling

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Designer: Reagan Rockers

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Designer: Shannon Gauer

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Designer: Stayce Petraborg

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Designer: Thanh Nguyen

Find more photos from Align on Twitter at @SrFashionShow and on Facebook. You can also see Align: The Exhibition  on display in the Goldstein Museum of Design’s HGA Gallery, January18–March 9, in Rapson Hall. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

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