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Front-row seating for all as historic hallways become fashion runways

Mount Mary’s in-person celebration of fashion will return to campus Saturday, May 14, with live shows at 3 and 7 p.m. showcasing garments and collections designed by students. (2019 photo)

Mount Mary’s in-person celebration of fashion will return to campus Saturday, May 14, with live shows at 3 and 7 p.m. showcasing garments and collections designed by students. (2019 photo)

MILWAUKEE (March 28, 2022) – With Mount Mary students designing garments and planning logistics for the first in-person fashion show in three years, ticket sales are now open for the May 14 event.

The show, themed “Prismatic Parallel,” is a celebratory, salon-style return to live events, said Ashley Brooks, chair of the fashion department.

“Over the last two years, runways across the globe have been challenged to reinvent the status quo with unexpected venues, clever applications of technology, and fresh ways to engage guests with show content,” she said.

“These innovations inspired our merchandise management students to create a show that will wind its way through historic Notre Dame Hall, offering a front row seat for every guest to view the stunning creations by our student designers!”

Drawing upon the success of last year’s video-based show, all tickets include a link to an exclusive video documentary that details the behind-the-scenes making of this year’s production.

Shows will take place at 3 and 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, on the second and third floors of Notre Dame Hall, which will be transformed into a breathtaking fashion venue for the event. The 7 p.m. show will be followed by a senior showcase, an opportunity to meet the senior designers and get an up-close view of the garments.

For tickets and more information about the student designer fashion show, click here.

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