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This year’s Mount Mary CREO fashion show showcased the talents and trend-forward designs of its student designers.
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The late Shirley Kritzik had a great eye for flamboyant styles.
Mount Mary student fashion designers will showcase their work on an e-shaped runway, a nod to this year’s theme “evoke.” The students have been preparing for months, when their dresses and swimsuits were merely fabrics swaths, or in some cases, other dresses. In a draping class, Rachel Beranich, a sophomore, was preparing a dress inspired by cotton candy. With pink and blue tulle atop a crinoline petticoat, she pinned and pulled on the fabrics to her liking. On top of the dress form were two brightly colored hair pieces that matched the skirt of the dress. Beranich was originally an…
BOOTS Scala boot, $129 at Milano Fashions. TIE Ties from $89 – 140 at Squire Fine Men’s Apparel. WATCH Android skeleton watch, $225 at Harleys: the Store for Men. GLASSES Frieze frames in black and crystal, $340 at Optix. HAIR PRODUCT Grant’s Golden Brand Pomade, $15 at Stag. SOCKS Pantherella socks, $32 at Squire Fine Men’s Apparel. BOWTIE Edward Armah double-faced bat wing bow tie, $105 at Harleys: the Store for Men. HAT Bailey Sweigart pork pie hat, $128 at The Brass Rooster. CUFFLINKS Hand-painted cufflinks $80 at The Brass Rooster.