Style Wars

Design students competed in the Town Center at Boca Raton Simon Fashion Now “Style Wars.”

aifl_fashiob_club_12aifl_fashiob_club_22aifl_fashiob_club_42On Saturday, November 15, Fashion While hundreds of people watched, Rachel Leigh, of WFLX Fox 29; Maria Garcia; of The Coast 97.3FM; and Deena Lang, of WRMF 97.9FM;  teamed up with Sheila Rodriguez and Maria Anzalone, Pascal Weber and Nathan  Carter, and Armel Edwards and Sharol Aquino (respectively) to design a garment from scrap pieces of material in just one hour. Sun-Sentinel Fashion Editor Rod Hagwood was the master of ceremonies as local celebrities judged the competition.
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First place went to Nathan, Pascal, and Marcia (above). All the winners received gift certificates to the mall.

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Fashionable pets by Jennifer Ruffini

Fashionable pets? You bet!
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Pet’s fashion by Jennifer Ruffini form her last show
“i’m ready to keep working on new designs and ideas for the pups the next show!”
Way to go Jen!

Gabriela Hernandez awarded with 1st. price

Art Serve’s Annual Red Eye Event, a gallery show which promotes fresh,
underground art and fashion.

Corset fashion by Gabriela Hernandez

Corset fashion by Gabriela Hernandez

Opening Night fashion designers showed
their collections.

Corset fashion by Gabriela Hernandez

Corset fashion by Gabriela Hernandez

Judges Jimmy Star and Joanie Cox awarded Gabriela
Hernandez with 1st. price.

Hernandez Gabriela Hernandez and Jimmy Star

Hernandez Gabriela Hernandez and Jimmy StarJimmy Star,Joanie Cox, Gabriela Hernandez

Corset fashion by Gabriela Hernandez

Corset fashion by Gabriela Hernandez

A spread on Beyond Elite Magazine, from The

World of Jimmy Star Publications bringing “The Good Times in Fashion,
Sex, Politics & Entertainment to the Thinking Person”.

read more and see more images from the event on the website of Beyond Elite Magazine

Photography by Bert Lind

Scarlet Affair fashion show

9th Annual Student Fashion Show. Preview.

Fashion design. The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale’s 9th Annual Student Fashion Show
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Designer Kyra.Model : JachodeKimberly Miller –
Fashion design.
Designer: Jennifer Ruffini. Photographer: Nicole Matisak Model : Emma.

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Designer: Aaron Williams. Photography : Caroline Clear
Fashion design.
designer : Brenna Perry. Photography : Caroline Clear . Model: Nathan Carter

The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale Presents Fashion Show to Benefit The American Heart Association Go Red for Women campaign

The Broward Convention Center heats up on Sunday, June 1, 7:30pm, when The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale’s 9th Annual Student Fashion Show presents “A Scarlet Affair,” a sizzling night of fashion and festivities to benefit the American Heart Association and its Go Red for Women campaign.

The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, in collaboration with the American Heart Association, presents a fashion show that not only highlights and features the talents of the college’s Fashion Design students, but also demonstrates the skills of students in other departments including: Digital Filmmaking & Video Production, Broadcasting, Photography, Visual Effects, Motion Graphics, Web Design & Interactive Media, and Culinary Arts. The event is broadcast live on the Internet.

Models strut along the catwalk in one-of-a-kind garments. Inspirations for the designs vary, and there will be a contest for the best red garment. Guests are encouraged to wear all shades of red to show their support for the American Heart Association and its Go Red for Women campaign.

Tickets, $20 in advance, are available for purchase in the college’s Accounting department, second floor, 1799 SE 17 Street. Tickets are $30 at the door. For more information, contact Gillian Rahael, 954-328-9273.

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note from Andre J. West.
Chair of the Fashion Department.
The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale
I just wanted to add to the applause to the students for the wonderful garments that were on display it was truly amazing!
Thank you Ms O’Reilly and Ms Adrian for inspiring them all


I just wanted to add to the applause to the students for the wonderful garments that were on display it was truly amazing!

Thank you Ms O’Reilly and Ms Adriana for inspiring them all

I have put in a few pictures to see what went on and I have put what I took on the Gerber Drive if anyone has more pictures there is a folder in there to put them on.

Mr. West