Photo Gallery: MTSU Textiles, Merchandising and Design Fashion Show


Student designer Liz McLean showcased her collection at the MTSU Textiles and Design fashion show on Saturday, April 11, 2015. (MTSU Sidelines/Ashley Rhoden)

By Ashley Rhoden // Staff Writer

Apparel design students showcased their collections in the annual MTSU Textiles, Merchandising and Design fashion show on Saturday, April 11.

Check out our photos from the show below:

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5 Comments

  1. November 19, 2015
    Reply

    I remember this fashion that was put on last semester. It brought out the creative side of the students that had pieces in the show. I was a last minute model that partook in this event, and it is something to relive. The breathe taking world fashion has is amazing. I never knew I would be apart of a fashion show and think about actually continuing modeling. The fashion world isn’t something people should look down on because participating in this event could be considered a full workout with all of the running around, wardrobe changes, make-up and hair, time crunch, and dealing with the stressed out stylist. This event had a huge audience outcome and the supporters the models and designers had were beyond believable. I was a last minute model they needed because a lot of people couldn’t hang, but it was indeed worthwhile. I was the beginning act, I model in 3 different outfits, and I even had to do 2 make-up changes. Before the show everyone was running around with their heads cut off, but soon as the show started everything flowed as smoothly as it can be. I can’t wait till the next show to participate and see new designs.

    • Eric Hannah
      November 19, 2015
      Reply

      I remember you from the show. You wasn’t hard to miss, seeing how you was the only tall person throughout the whole show. That event had a good outcome, and the fashions was to die for. Cant wait to see next semester designs, hopefully you will participate as well.

  2. Draper D. Joyner
    November 19, 2015
    Reply

    Oh geez, thanks man. I didn’t expect someone to comment on this post. Its really a shocker to even be remembered in the event. I know that day was pretty hectic because earlier that morning I did SGA’S The Big Event and went straight into the madness.

  3. draper D. Joyner
    November 19, 2015
    Reply

    thanks.

  4. Draper D. Joyner
    November 19, 2015
    Reply

    I remember this fashion that was put on last semester. It brought out the creative side of the students that had pieces in the show. I was a last minute model that partook in this event, and it is something to relive. The breathe taking world fashion has is amazing. I never knew I would be apart of a fashion show and think about actually continuing modeling. The fashion world isn’t something people should look down on because participating in this event could be considered a full workout with all of the running around, wardrobe changes, make-up and hair, time crunch, and dealing with the stressed out stylist. This event had a huge audience outcome and the supporters the models and designers had were beyond believable. I was a last minute model they needed because a lot of people couldn’t hang, but it was indeed worthwhile. I was the beginning act, I model in 3 different outfits, and I even had to do 2 make-up changes. Before the show everyone was running around with their heads cut off, but soon as the show started everything flowed as smoothly as it can be. I can’t wait till the next show to participate and see new designs, and meet some more new interesting people.

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