UH Maui College Students Present “Sound of Fashion”

April 19, 2012, 12:38 PM HST · Updated April 25, 6:43 PM
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UH Maui College Fashion Tech students show off their couture collections. Courtesy of UHMC.

By Sonia Isotov

The University of Hawaii Maui College Fashion Technology program presents “Muse(ic)… the Sound of Fashion!”

UH Maui College Fashion Technology students will showcase their hard work on Saturday, April 21, 2012 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on the  center stage at the Queen Ka’ahumanu Shopping Center.

With music as the theme for this year’s show, each student chose a musical genre for their inspiration, and then based their collection on that genre. Musical genres range from classical music, to classic rock and roll, and even electronic.

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“The techniques I’ve learned have allowed me to create the clothing I always wanted to make,” said Fashion Technology student, Hilda Howell, in a written statement.

“Attending the Fashion Technology Program has enhanced my life and enhanced my career opportunities,” added Fashion Technology student, Glenna Anderson.

More UH Maui College Fashion Tech couture collections. Courtesy of UHMC.

The University of Hawaii Maui College’s Fashion Technology Program provides comprehensive training in apparel production and fashion design required by entrepreneurs and businesses in the fashion industry.

The program develops technical skills and prepares students for a variety of fashion opportunities.  Courses focus on garment production including sketching, sewing, pattern making, fabric analysis and designing.

The event is free and open to the public.

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