(in)sight: the university of minnesota senior fashion show

With fashion week kicking off in New York City next month, Minneapolis is getting into the mood with (In)Sight: The University of Minnesota Senior Fashion Show. I am so excited to attend the show on February 6th [a perfect pre-cursor to NYFW, I must say!] and check out up and coming local talent.

The show will feature looks from Christina Armstrong, Deanna Bayley, Judy Bender, Carol Berger, Amanda Brossard, Emily Bryngelson, Dawn Charbonneau, Jennafer Cramer, Cassie Hanson, Lee Jackson, Carey Magnus, Mae Rodgers, Shirley Schlievert, and Carmen Tsang.

The University of Minnesota’s College of Design has produced some great talents such as Calpurnia Peach and Allison Quinnell. The show promises to show the best in local fashion talents and is sure to sell out! Get your tickets now!

Visit fashionshow.design.umn.edu for more information!

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  1. Love this! So excited for the show too- it is going to be fabulous!

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