14 May UIW students show how Spanish culture has influenced our city with Fashion!
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On Thursday May 10, 2018 the fashion design students from the University of Incarnate Word showcased their final garment projects in a festive fashion show at the McNay. The tiled patio was an elegant backdrop for the mood and theme of the show.
In this photo, model Lourdes Torres is wearing designer Shabnam Vaezzadeh, custom inspired design by Robert Perdziola. This design was a Costume for Escamillo in Carmen, 2000 and Courtesy of Lyric Opera of Chicago.
This Fashion Fiesta show was a collaboration between the UIW Fashion Design program and the McNay Art Museum to support the students and their garment collections inspired by the theatre exhibition celebrating Spain’s cultural influence on San Antonio. To see the original garments inspired by the theatre exhibition, you can search Spain to San Antonio: Hispanic Culture on Stage.
The Fashion Management program of UIW is also dedicated to preparing students for career opportunities in the fashion industry and beyond. During their studies at Incarnate Word, they learn the art of fashion production, fashion retailing, design, brand, and many other related fashion business industry techniques. This fashion show truly showed the student designers talents as well as an elegant look at how Spanish culture has influenced our beautiful city.
To see even more original Spanish inspired garments created by the University of Incarnate Word student designers, click on our gallery below. For even more fashion news, stay tuned to Style Lush TV, San Antonio’s online fashion television network!