Common ‘Threads’ displayed at SoHE student fashion show

May 4, 2016

Students in the Textiles and Fashion Design Program in the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s School of Human Ecology presented “Threads 2016: IMPACT” on Saturday, April 30 in Nancy Nicholas Hall. The large-scale design and fashion event, presented annually, is produced with collaborative participation of students across the campus.

With a full runway experience incorporating music, lights and performance, Threads seeks to engage the Madison community in the excitement and appreciation of contemporary design.

All photos by Jeff Miller of University Communications.

Wearing student-designed clothing, models wait backstage before the start of "Threads: IMPACT."

Wearing student-designed clothing, models wait backstage before the start of “Threads: IMPACT.” Photo: Jeff Miller

Model Zashary Torres walks the runway showcasing a cozy coat.

Model Zashary Torres walks the runway showcasing a cozy coat. Photo: Jeff Miller

A proud designer follows her textile creations in a final walk down the runway.

A proud designer follows her textile creations in a final walk down the runway. Photo: Jeff Miller

Backstage assistance was just as important as the clothes on the models' bodies.

Backstage assistance was just as important as the clothes on the models’ bodies. Photo: Jeff Miller

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