After four years of work, it came down to just a few minutes each in the white-hot spotlight.
For 13 Marist College senior design majors, it was their moment to show what they’ve learned, how they’ve grown and their visions for the world of high fashion.
The 27th annual Marist College Silver Needle Fashion Show brought a touch of Milan and Manhattan to downtown Poughkeepsie on Friday with two shows.
The showcase for the work of fashion design and merchandising majors at the Town of Poughkeepsie college marked the end of their tenure at Marist. Now, they’ll take what they’ve learned sewing stitches, cutting fabric and dressing mannequins, and use it to find a career with companies like Calvin Klein, Chanel, Christian Dior and Giorgio Armani.Read more
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