The Savannah College of Art and Design held their Annual Fashion Show on Saturday.
The runway showcase of top student collections was held at the SCAD Museum of Art. Each year, graduating fashion students submit their work to be critiqued by designers and fashion industry professionals. Outstanding students are then invited to present their collections at the show. For the first time in 15 years, the show was moved from the Trustees Theater to the SCAD Museum of Art.
"You know, we all go through thrilling nights of staying up, and late nighters, and no sleep, to get to where we are. And, the teachers here at SCAD, they allow us to do anything that we want to do, so I am appreciative of the opportunity, and of everybody coming out and seeing our show," said Tracy Ann Wallace, Student/Designer.
In conjunction with the Fashion Show, SCAD honored fashion designer, Stephen Burrows, with the André Leon Talley Lifetime Achievement Award, and an exhibition at the SCAD Museum of Art that surveys four decades of his work.
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