Arkansas Trend Faculty opens curtains for present


After a famous absence of such occasions due largely to covid-19, a distinguished runway trend present returned to Little Rock. Themed “State of the Artwork Trend,” the Rising Designers Trend Present, held Oct. 9 at Arkansas Trend Faculty, was a superb showcase of the creations of the college’s six graduates.

The lengthy and huge porch of the west central Little Rock faculty was remodeled into an elaborate double runway alongside which fashions sashayed displaying off the designs of valedictorian Beth Hollar and fellow grads Brennon Taylor, Emma Ferren, Elise Gibson, Charli Sotomora and Reymon Linares.

The capability crowd dined on hors d’oeuvres from Three Fold Co. and sipped libations previous to this system and present. Faculty founder Jamileh Kamran outlined the imaginative and prescient of the college. State Sen. Joyce Elliott of Little Rock gave a keynote speech, and Hollar gave a valedictorian speech, earlier than diplomas had been conferred by Kamran and Amanda Morley, additionally of the college.

Then got here the present, a visible feast of girls’s, males’s and kids’s formal put on; sartorial rhapsodies in satin; daring ruffles; blue-and-white stripe, represented in a regal slacks-outfit overskirt and full, rockabilly-style, knee-length skirt with petticoat; wear-to-work items and a peek at marriage ceremony apparel. Former Arkansas resident Patricia Y. McCullough-Oliver, founding father of Poise and Perfection Imaging Inc., steered the present.

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The night ended with a designer meet-and-greet.

Kamran, a longtime designer who made a reputation for herself dressing notables together with former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton, opened the college in 2007 to coach and mentor aspiring trend designers and assist them create jobs for themselves and others.

KORTO SHOWS AGAIN

Korto Momolu, the native, Liberian-born designer who made a reputation for herself on the fact competitors “Undertaking Runway,” will current her fall-winter assortment, “The Freedom Assortment,” at 4 p.m. Nov. 13 at 1201 Heart St. in Little Rock.

Doorways open at 3:30. The present — “a trend expertise infusing artwork and music to create a vivid cultural expertise” — will characteristic a VIP reception and a continuing pop-up store. The occasion may even commemorate “Korto Momolu Day,” an honor given her in 2008 by town of Little Rock.

Tickets, all front-row VIP, are $50. Go to eventbrite.com.

SCHOLARSHIP TIME

“Scholarship season is in full swing!” in response to the 2022 scholarship competitors announcement for the North Little Rock-based Thea Basis, devoted to advocating the significance of the humanities within the growth of Arkansas’ youth. “We’re greater than doubling our scholarship provides this 12 months.” First-place winners in Trend Design together with 4 different classes (Performing Arts, Visible Arts, Inventive Writing and Movie) shall be awarded a $10,000 scholarship.

The deadlines differ with every class; midday Feb. 11 is the style design competitors. Highschool seniors might enter as many scholarship competitions as they like, however might solely win one.

For data on the group’s scholarship competitors, go to theafoundation.org/scholarships.

Ship fashion-related information releases and candidates for “Highlight On … ” (Q-and-As with impartial, Arkansas makers and/or retailers of trend/magnificence/grooming merchandise) to:

[email protected]

State Sen. Joyce Elliott delivers the commencement speech.
(Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

A little girl’s ballgown is among the collection of graduating designer Reymon Linares.
(Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

A bit lady’s ballgown is among the many assortment of graduating designer Reymon Linares.
(Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

A chic dress and long coat displays  the  talents  of  graduate Charli Sotomora. 
(Arkansas  Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

A classy costume and lengthy coat shows the skills of graduate Charli Sotomora.
(Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

A white dress  with  pink  ruffle  accent is among graduating designer Beth Hollar’s creations. 
(Arkansas  Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

A white costume with pink ruffle accent is amongst graduating designer Beth Hollar’s creations.
(Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

Graduating designer  Brennon Taylor 
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Graduating designer Brennon Taylor
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Graduating designer Emma Ferren’s  ensemble  features  a full circular blue-and white skirt and white bustier. 
(Arkansas  Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

Graduating designer Emma Ferren’s ensemble incorporates a full round blue-and white skirt and white bustier.
(Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

Graduating designer Elise Gibson’s green tuxedo pantsuit highlights the runway. 
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Graduating designer Elise Gibson’s inexperienced tuxedo pantsuit highlights the runway.
(Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

Graduating designer Emma Ferren 
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Graduating designer Emma Ferren
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A young model shows a suit by graduating designer Emma Ferren. 
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A younger mannequin reveals a swimsuit by graduating designer Emma Ferren.
(Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

A black satin dress by graduating designer Elise Gibson takes the catwalk. 
(Arkansas  Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

A black satin costume by graduating designer Elise Gibson takes the catwalk.
(Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

Graduating designer Brennon Taylor’s burgundy and black ensemble 
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Graduating designer Brennon Taylor’s burgundy and black ensemble
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A striped overskirt marks this evening outfit by graduating designer Beth Hollar. 
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A striped overskirt marks this night outfit by graduating designer Beth Hollar.
(Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

Graduating designer Charli Sotomora created this dolman-sleeved blouse and patterned pants. 
(Arkansas  Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)

Graduating designer Charli Sotomora created this dolman-sleeved shirt and patterned pants.
(Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Helaine R. Williams)



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