Fashionistas Prepare to Strut Their Stuff at TECHStyle 2010

The fashion show is organized by the senior class and includes original designs modeled by Texas Tech students.

Fashionistas Prepare to Strut Their Stuff at TECHStyle 2010

Seniors in the Apparel Design and Manufacturing program will see their creations on the runway at this year’s TECHStyle show on April 24 in the Allen Theater.

The fashion show is organized by the senior class and includes original designs modeled by Texas Tech students. This year’s guest speaker is Christy Moreland from KCBD-TV.

Winners of “Denim Runway,” also will be announced. Students are vying to create the winning design for the best new men’s jeans and women’s jeans in a month-long competition and collaboration between the apparel design department and PCCA, a farmer-owned cotton marketing, warehousing, denim manufacturing and jeans production cooperative headquartered in Lubbock .

The evening begins with a reception and silent auction at 5:30 p.m. The fashion show will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased in advance every Tuesday and Thursday from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. outside of the Student Union Building, or in the Department of Design Office, Human Sciences Room 211 or at the door the evening of the event.

Last year’s event sold out and attracted more than 1,000 people to a sold out show. For more information, call (806) 742-3050.

Watch the Students Prepare


Apparel Design & Manufacturing Program

Apparel Design

The Apparel Design & Manufacturing Program in the Department of Design at Texas Tech University provides the key to entering the glamorous world of fashion. Students learn to create and produce their own designs, research, and apply the latest trends, manage product development, apparel design, or design and construct costumes or stage. A variety opportunities and jobs are possible with a degree in Apparel Design and Manufacturing.

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