A Stephens alumna and faculty member critiqued student designs last week as junior fashion majors prepare for this spring’s round of Council of Fashion Designers of America competitions.
Morgan Powers, a designer and product developer, and instructor Amy Parris helped students select the best of their designs and suggested improvements to the pieces.
The student works will be considered for the CFDA competitions, which challenge students to mimic the works of designers such as Liz Claiborne and Geoffrey Beene.
They will also be among the garments judged at the annual Jury of Selection, which allows industry professionals to select which designs will be showcased at the annual student designer fashion show in April.
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