Join the class Dress and Human Behavior (TEXDSGN 4015) for an empowerment fashion show at Rod Library.
Textiles and Apparel
Midnight in Manhattan is the 24th annual fashion design show organized by students in the fashion promotion class with designs made by textile and apparel design students. This year's show is set in Manhattan and features designs suitable for areas within the city such as Harlem, Soho and the Upper East Side.
The UNI Textiles and Apparel Program (TAPP) will host the 20th anniversary Textile and Apparel Design Show displaying student talent. This special anniversary show will not only showcase the work of students currently enrolled in the program, but also feature apparel produced by TAPP alumni working across the country and abroad for well-known fashion labels and industry leaders. Alumni have been invited to this anniversary event. They will be honored on stage and at the reception that follows in the Sabin Hall Ground Floor Atrium. The event is free and open to the public. Tickets are not required; doors open at 6:30 p.m.
All students who were enrolled in classes this academic year in the Textiles and Apparel Program were encouraged to design and construct original garments for the 2012 show “Catwalk to the Big Top”. Designs were chosen for the runway show that demonstrated creativity, appropriate and well executed construction techniques, trend sensitivity, and strong visual messages.