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With over 130 student-designed garments, The Fashion Show 2019 is ready to go "from coast to coast" in Stephens Auditorium on Saturday. In its 37 years of running, the show was recognized as one of largest student-run fashion shows in the nation.
For those of you who are looking for more photo opportunities to take your next headshot, start your photography portfolio, capture your latest Instagram post or silly Snapchat story, but are in need of some inspiration around the Ames area, look no further.
As fall starts to creep around the corner, Iowa state students are sporting their favorite outfits for facing the colder weather.
Two-time Oscar nominated costume designer Ruth E. Carter spoke at Stephens Auditorium Monday night about her design process for the Marvel movie "Black Panther."
Karen Katz, former CEO of multibillion-dollar fashion retail company Neiman Marcus, shared her journey from rejection to success as part of the kickoff for the National Retail Federation Chapter at Iowa State.
A 35-minute drive from Ames, Jester Park offers nature enthusiasts a variety of outdoor activities to experience on its 1,675 acres of land. Located off the western shore of Saylorville Lake, the park attracts much wildlife throughout all seasons and provides many opportunities for camping, fishing and boating. Hikers can explore more than eight miles of trails, including Lakeshore Trail and Hickory Ridge Trail, which leads to a bison-elk herd enclosure.
Wednesday, The Fashion Show torch was passed. Several students involved in The Fashion Show and faculty and staff of apparel, merchandising and design gathered in Morrill Hall to view the winning garments of the Fashion Show displayed in the Textiles and Clothing Museum, but also to hear the announcement of who the new producers for the 2019 Fashion Show would be.
A quiet anticipation filled the room as models of all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds prepared to hit the stage for the 2018 Fashion Show. Behind the stage, Stephens Auditorium was an array of platform heels, pins, and hangers as students worked quickly to ensure models looked their best before walking the runway.
Every year, over 100 students come together to make The Fashion Show at Iowa State, one of the largest student-run fashion shows in the United States.
The Fashion Show has been running for the past 36 years.
For the first time in its history, the Iowa State Fashion Show has selected a hijab-wearing model, Khadija Ahmed, to walk in their annual fashion show.
The ISU Fashion Show’s creative directors are a lot like the work they create: fun, sophisticated, inventive, stylish, creative and powerful.
The ISU Fashion Show has selected their four judges that will evaluate the pieces that will make their way down the catwalk during this year’s show. The four judges are field professionals that work in all areas of the fashion industry.
Black hair has recently become a prominent topic of discussion in popular media. The rebirth of the natural hair movement called for black women to embrace their unprocessed locks.
The opening ceremony of an exhibit titled Queer Fashion and Style: Stories from the Heartland opened Friday night in the Textile and Clothing Museum located in 1015 Morrill Hall. The exhibit opening began with a lecture chronicling the exhibit itself and what it took to build the exhibit and the importance of giving a narrative to the history of queer fashion history that has been forgotten.
Des Moines Fashion Week is a five day event that takes place from Sep. 25 to Sep. 29, aimed at providing the Des Moines area with a luxurious experience consisting of fashion, culture, design, beauty, and entertainment.
Apparel, Merchandising and Design major, Sarah Paul, started a business that offers stylish and affordable game day t-shirts and sweatshirts for Iowa State Cyclone fans.
The Main Street Cultural District will have its Semi-Annual Sidewalk Sales Thursday, July 27 through Saturday, July 29 in downtown Ames.
As we all know, the Fourth of July marks what feels like the middle of the summer. For most stores, that means starting to go out with the old and in with the new. Stores will be wanting to get rid of their summer clothes and make room for fall clothing. For shoppers, the fourth is a great opportunity to take advantage of sales to get clothing for the rest of your summer, as well as stock up clothing for next summer at amazing discounts.
For two years while studying at Iowa State, Kinsey Meyers was working at a consignment shop. After graduation she was set to move on to an internship at Coldwater Creek in Sandpoint, Idaho, which she hoped would turn into a full time job.
Marissa G. Muller knows what's trending - it's her job.
Our reporter went to the first breakfast and met with city officials and bike advocates.
Fashion Flyover Fest will bring fashion professionals, musicians, activists, writers and artists of all kinds to Iowa City.
Cassidy Glynn's streetwear-inspired, partially hand-painted line was featured in the 2017 Fashion Show.
Students work on the Fashion Show for an entire year. This weekend the big night came.