Style Show To Feature Latest Designs By Baylor Students

May 3, 2002

Fashion design students at Baylor University will show their latest clothing designs at a style show at 4 p.m. Saturday, May 4, in Barfield Drawing Room at the Bill Daniel Student Center. The garments to be modeled were designed by the students for the Dallas Fashion Group's International Career Day and Competition, held April 12 at the Dallas Apparel Mart.

Approximately 50 designs will be shown, with styles ranging from sportswear to career and formal wear, as well as some men's wear.

Additionally, Jodi Arnold, a Baylor alumna and New York designer, will show her fall 2002 line. A 1988 graduate of Baylor, Arnold was a prize-winning designer in the Cotton Incorporated Main Floor Innovators Search Contest 2000. Her clothing line, Mint, is sold in department stores across the country, including Neiman Marcus and Barney's.

Tickets for the fashion show are $10 at the door and include a dessert reception.

For more information, call the department of family and consumer sciences at 710-3626.

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