MICA: Maryland Institute College of Art


For the annual Experimental Fashion Event, artists and designers from the Fiber Department's Multi Media Event courses work collaboratively to transform 2640 (St. John's Church) into a venue for innovative fashion and costume design. During the event, students present their individually crafted bodies of garment-based work, pushing the boundaries of fashion and art.

For the annual Experimental Fashion Event, artists and designers from the Fiber Department's Multi Media Event courses work collaboratively to transform 2640 (St. John's Church) into a venue for innovative fashion and costume design. During the event, students present their individually crafted bodies of garment-based work, pushing the boundaries of fashion and art. The event represents a variety of concepts and skill sets, with work speaking to the performative nature of fashion and the overlapping of the runway, the stage and the theater of the streets. The evening will involve more than 150 people, including designers and their hand-selected models and performers.

Jasmine Cindy, Meagan Jenigen and Kali Puder, Michelle Kim, Christina Knebel, Grace Kubilius, Allina Liu, Hayley Martell, Jordan Matthews, Taylor McMahon, Molly Mercer, Carrie Meushaw, Camille Pateau, Emily Schubert, Erin Sudeck, Miranda Taylor and Amber Whitehead. Graphic Designer: Harrison Kuykendall.