FASHION REDUX GRAND REVEAL

THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 2018 FROM 6:00 – 8:30 PM

Location: San Diego History Center

Tickets: $20 SDHC members; $25 general admission; $10 student tickets with valid ID

Local fashion designers from the Fashion Program at San Diego Mesa College are on hand for this annual finale party, “Fashion Redux Grand Reveal,” celebrating their fashion creations. Celebrating 90 years of fashion history in San Diego, these student-created garments were inspired by the History Center’s collections.

Join us for a fashion show of the students’ work and the announcement of the first, second, and third prize winners. This chic reception will also feature a lecture by fashion expert, Susan Lazear, and all attendees will have the opportunity to vote for the coveted People’s Choice Award.

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San Diego History Center and Mesa College open ‘Fashion Redux 90 Years of Fashion’ exhibit
March 7, 2018—Allie Wagner, KUSI News

Fashion-forward trends come alive this spring by looking back on 90 years of San Diego fashion.

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BROOKE DRUEN

BROOKE DRUEN

Student Designer

Brooke Druen was inspired by the silhouette of the 1940s and the color of the 1980s, which she has combined to create her garment. The simple yet elegant design is accentuated with colored buttons going down the back of the dress.

JOCELYN SAUCEDO

JOCELYN SAUCEDO

Student Designer

Jocelyn Saucedo was inspired by a 1960s two-piece outfit by Patricia Ladner showcasing the fabric through minimalist design. The fabric used in her garment has detailed embroidery complementing the voluminous trapeze top and simple skirt.

ANNA ACOSTA

ANNA ACOSTA

Student Designer

Anna Acosta was inspired by the silhouette of the 1940s—defined waistlines and rounded shoulders that softened a woman’s shape. The fabric used in her garment is an olive-green taffeta that she says “resembles nature.”. 

CHRISTIANN MOORE

CHRISTIANN MOORE

Student Designer

Christians Moore was inspired by the feminine silhouette of the “poof” or “bubble” skirt. The fabric used in her garment is a technical fabric called “Boho Scuba” that gives the piece a modern, updated look.

Videos

Fashion Shoot at the Marston House

Mesa College Students at work