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The theme for Runway 10 is Remember Imagine, which encourages everyone to look at the past and remember where we started, so we are able to look towards the future and what we can achieve. Leading up to the show, we will be focusing in on each of our senior designers and learning about the road that lead them to where they are now. The next senior designer we will be spotlighting is Meisha Larkins.
The theme for Runway 10 is Remember Imagine, which encourages everyone to look at the past and remember where we started, so we are able to look towards the future and what we can achieve. Leading up to the show, we will be focusing in on each of our senior designers and learning about the road that lead them to where they are now. The first designer we will be spotlighting on is Angela Harrison.
That by going to Taco Bell could directly help benefit Runway 5.0?
The fashion production team is honored to have Taco Bell as our presenting sponsor for this year’s Runway 5.0. We are fortunate enough to combine our efforts to put on a fundraiser at specified locations to help generate scholarships for our wonderful designers to go forward with their career, and to also help the program and Runway develop for the upcoming years. The community can help support Taco Bell’s sponsorship by participating in this limited time offer...a coupon for 5 medium drinks for $1.00 at the following locations:
- 245 Meadow Drive, North Tonawanda, NY 14120
- F210 Walden Galleria Mall, Cheektowaga, NY 14225
- 4258 Maple Road (at Sweethome), Amherst, NY 14226
- 3730 Union Road, Cheektowaga, NY 14225
- 7300 Niagara Falls Boulevard, Niagara Falls, NY, 14304
- 5802 S. Transit Road, Lockport, NY 14304
- 4940 Transit Road (at Losson), Depew, NY 14043
- 317 S. Cascade Road, Springville, NY 14141
- 8160 Transit Road (near Maple), Williamsville, NY 14221
- 903 W. State Street, Olean, NY 14615
- 3175 Orchard Park Road, Orchard Park, NY 14127
All proceeds will benefit the Buffalo State College Fashion & Textile Scholarship Foundation…See you on April 21st!
Runway is all about connecting with past, present, and future Buffalo State College Fashion Technology students in all aspects of the fashion industry. We are excited to interview an array of students for our blog in preparation for this year’s Runway 5.0. This week, we interview Rose Hraska, Runway 4.0’s Research Foundation Winner for the Senior Design Collection:
RW: Tell me a few things about yourself and your involvement in the fashion industry?
RH: Since graduating last May, I am currently at FIT in a one year program in Textile Development and Marketing. It’s a really amazing program, and I am learning a lot! This semester I am fortunate enough to be working at Milly in the production department, which is a lot of fun! I am currently helping out with their new collection which is a really exciting process!
RW: How has your experiences at Buffalo State College in the Fashion & Textile Technology program prepare you for your current endeavors?
RH: The experience I gain from learning from the professors at Buffalo State College greatly helped me while I was a student there, as well as after graduation. I apply all the skills I learned from the classes there in my internship as well as in all of my classes this semester. Especially the pattern making and draping classes, which I really loved. I am actually working on another collection right now, and the pattern making and draping classes I took are really helping me out! (As well as the couture sewing class!):
RW: What was your most memorable experience at Buffalo State College?
RH: Definitely one of my best memories at Buffalo State College was taking part in Runway 4.0. Taking part in the runway show and being able to watch my collection go down the runway was such a memorable event.
RW: Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Is it fashion-related?:
RH: That’s so far from now! I haven’t even decided what I will be doing after I graduate in May! But I definitely plan on being in the fashion industry ten years from now. There are so many different careers that I find interesting that its hard for me to choose. I might end up going back to FIT next fall for a Technical Design/Pattern making degree because thats something that I really enjoy doing.
RW: What advice would you give for both upcoming and graduating students?
RH: I would advise all these students to take advantage of every opportunity that you can get at Buffalo State! And network when ever you can, because you never know who you might meet.
Stay tuned for interviews with other past winners, alumni, and of course, this year’s senior designers!