vens, as models for the grand
finale. In his words, “The presentation of all the art and fashion
allowed students to think about
how they bring it together in a
coherent story. It was absolutely
brilliant how all the designs were
woven together as a great tapestry.”
Pamela Crockett teaches art and chairs
the department of visual and theatre
arts at St. Timothy’s School in Stevenson, Maryland. email@example.com
More photos online!
Koda, Harold. Extreme Beauty:
The Body Transformed. New
York: The Metropolitan
Museum of Art, 2004.
Sample: 100 Fashion
Designers – 010
Curators. Editors of
Phaidon Press. London: Phaidon Press,
Designer Se Yeong Gwak creating a dress from
cut up plastic dividers and soda pop-top pull tabs.
Left: Lacey Jang
modeling a dress
designed by Se
Middle: Nadeline Fleischer
modeling a dress designed
by Jae Won Kang.
Right: Jourdan Ferrell modeling a dress designed by Se
Designer Jae Won Kang creating a shredded and
folded paper fan gown with headpiece made of
Designer Se Yeong Gwak creating a “Cinderella
Dress” from Internet cable, thistle earrings, tape
and Christmas tree icicles.
SchoolArts August/September 2007