Harrington Students' Design Hits the Runway at IIDA's STITCH 2011
December 6, 2011
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At this year’s IIDA STITCH event, Harrington College’s concept ‘Big Spender’ hit the runway in a big way! Modeled by Emily Wiegel from Harrington’s interior design master's program, the dress was inspired by Chicago’s historic Carson Pirie Scott building (read more about the concept in yesterday’s post). See the dress on the runway below!
Big kudos go out to the interior design students on the Harrington College team: Elizabeth Campbell, Lauren Handman, Natalie Malik, Jaclyn Moser, Timothy Naus and Shauna Sherman, as well as to the faculty mentors who helped with the project, interior design instructors Elizabeth Wersells and Demetra Vartzikos.
Photos by Rob Hart Photography