Fashion Forward

MICA students create unique fashion.

By Hilary Geisbert - April 2014

MICA Students Showcase Fashion As Art

MICA students create unique fashion.

By Hilary Geisbert - April 2014


Fashion is art, right? Or at least it can be. 

The students at MICA aim to demonstrate that fact at the school’s two annual fashion showcases—the Experimental Fashion Event (April 5 at St. John’s Church) and the Annual Benefit Fashion Show (April 11 at the Brown Center). 

The shows will feature wearable art from the school’s fiber, graphic design, illustration, and sculpture students, as well as jewelry from continuing study students at the MICA Jewelry Center at Meadow Mills. 

The students were encouraged to push the boundaries of everyday fashion—creating eye-popping, one-of-a-kind works. 

More information and tickets are available at the MICA store, 1200 W. Mt. Royal Ave. and at store.mica.edu. For more information visit mica.edu/fashion.





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