(LAKEWOOD, CO) – Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD)’s Fashion Design department is hosting their annual Fashion Showcase on Saturday, October 7. The theme this year is ‘Transformative’ or causing a marked change in someone or something, a change in perspective, or transformation. The event will showcase ensembles designed and created by students in the fashion department as well as senior collections.
The Transformative Fashion Showcase will take place at The International Design Center [The IDC Building] and will start at 7 p.m. MST. Doors will open at 6 p.m. MST, where there will be an open bar and DJ prior to the event. The event is open to the public with tickets going on sale on Friday, September 8. You can purchase tickets here.
“We’re very excited for this year’s Fashion Showcase. Our students have been working so hard to create some of the most amazing collections RMCAD has seen so far,” shares Stephanie Carlo, Assistant Professor of Fashion Design. “The runway will have a variety of looks inspired by the term “Transformative,” while senior students’ collections will be inspired by their senior thesis. We hope the Denver community can join us to celebrate our students’ achievements during this night to remember!”
Founded in 1963, Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design is an accredited institution of higher education that offers degree programs focused on the arts, design, education, technology, and business. RMCAD serves its students from a 23-acre campus in Lakewood, Colorado, but also virtually, as a leader in online education for more than a decade. RMCAD offers courses taught by practicing industry professionals; an intimate learning environment; multimedia-rich online classes; and a beautiful historic campus. The school strives to allow artists and designers to find their voice, discover their own paths, and thrive as professionals.