Fashion exhibition to showcase Apparel Design students

June 16 event will feature collections and portfolios of 2015 graduating class

Seattle Central College’s School of Apparel Design & Development will present its 36th annual apparel design fashion exhibition on Tuesday, June 16. Titled “Turning Corners,” the event will feature 26 collections and portfolios showcasing the creative vision of the 2015 graduating class. It will take place throughout the day and is free and open to the public.

Each student in the program produces a collection in just 11 weeks, from the design of concepts to the construction of final garments. A gallery of individual vignettes will showcase lines of sportswear, resort clothing, couture styles, and outerwear and will highlight graduate design portfolios showing work from two years of study.

Each year, the highly-respected apparel design program enrolls 40 students in its two-year, associate of applied science degree program. Graduates go on to work in many aspects of the apparel design and fashion industry, including as designers, stylists, product engineers and more.


WHEN: Tuesday, June 16, 2015, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

WHERE: Seattle Central College’s Atrium, on the first floor of the main Broadway Edison Building. Enter at 1716 Harvard Ave.

COST: Free of charge and open to the public

PARKING: Parking is available in the college garage at the corner of Harvard and Pine. On street parking is also available

MORE INFO: Leah Watkins, (206) 934-3223 or



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