In this age of hyper-connectivity, Michael Rosen, founder of London Fashion Week and TALKStyle event producer, sets the stage for a post-technology dystopian world where our fashion sense is heightened by color, texture and sound. This is Rosen's third annual student fashion show for The Art Institute of California- San Francisco, with the stages set for Saturday, June 13, 2015. Two consecutive shows will be presented in the industrial setting of SOMArts Gallery (934 Brannan Street, San Francisco). The first is a Preview Show at 430pm followed by a VIP-only Show; reception at 7pm and show at 8pm.
"Before the world ends it begins again with Fashion talking STYLE, continuing to allow our emerging designers to stay individual and yet think International" explains Rosen. Featuring 13 student designers, the fashion show will be an interactive experience as models and artists emerge from three stages and descend to mingle amongst the audience.
"TALKStyle is about more than what we wear; it is a part of our collective conversation" explains The Ai California-San Francisco Fashion Director, Geetika Gupta.
Included in the show is the work of student designer Jesus Romero, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Fashion Design and recent graduate Daniela Ramirez, both of whose collections appeared in Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York in February 2015. "Fashion is all about constant change; designers have more choices in how they present their art," says Ramirez, "change in the industry is not a bad thing."
To raise funds for the TalkSTYLE an auction of original Project Runway designs are for sale on Ebay including work by Mondo Guerra, Christopher Collins, Chris March and 5 other designers.
Media Passes available through Geetika Gupta, [email protected]
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