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Ally Swartz

Jasmine Ravenell

Sierra Heppler

Dr. Andrew Burnstine beaming in as a hologram to present, Reclaim The Runway.

How do you have a fashion show when the designers, models, design team and logistical crew are not in one place? This was the challenge facing the students at Lynn University’s College of Business and Management in the age of COVID-19.

The solution was to rethink what a fashion show is actually about. Thus, the students went behind the scenes, speaking to some of the hottest fashion designers today and gaining the designers’ insights on what makes fashion sustainable and purposeful for today’s consumers.

By engaging directly with leading designers and using 3D renderings, holograms and new virtual presentation techniques, the students at Lynn University were able to bring to life the concepts, creativity and innovation that is behind the best of fashion and reclaim the runway for the future.

CHRISTIAN FRANCIS ROTH

Models: Alexa DeRegotis and Haley Gielbeda

Christian Francis Roth

Model: Haley Gielbeda

CHRISTIAN FRANCIS ROTH

When Rihanna, or Lady Gaga wears something, people usually take notice! As consumers become increasingly aware of the environmental impact of “fast fashion”, from companies such as H& M and Top Shop, they are now looking for a more sustainable way to shop. Could buying vintage fashion be the answer?

Dr. Andrew Burnstine

Model: Haley Gielbeda

Christian Francis Roth discussing how vintage clothing supports sustainability.

CFR COLLECTION AT THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

Eileen Fisher

ANEMONE

Anika Ignozzi-OOH Baby

ATHLETA

ADIDAS

Mara Hoffman

Mara Hoffman

PATAGONIA

Levi Strauss

Rag and Bone

Stella McCarthy

Maggie Marilyn

RE/DONE JEANS

DERO

The future of retail fashion is in 3D renderings & virtual catwalks.

Holome app & hologram photo shoot.

Camille Wood Tatbratz.com

Credits:

wikipedia  canvas.com