South Dakota fashion designers showcase their work at show
on Friday,May 13,2011 21:05
Young fashion designers from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, are given the chance to showcase their ideas at the annual show, which is hosted by the Institute of Design and Technology of South Dakota, according to the Argus Leader.
These designers will display their styles at the school's fashion show. This year, the designers had to create an article of clothing that is eco-friendly.
"More than ever, people need to be much more conscious about that," Anita Kealey, the director of the school, told the media outlets. "Take what you have and rework it or expand on it instead of being such a disposable society."
The show will take place on May 26 and will also showcase the work of interior design students at the school, according to the news source.
Prospective fashion designers may want to take advantage of opportunities such as this in their own communities. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, individuals entering this field can expect keen competition, and any addition to a resume may give a leg up against other designers.
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