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This week's SEEDling runway show featuring three talented student designers resulted in some outstanding garments, the start of a powerful partnership between StyleWeek Northeast and Lincoln School, and great media coverage from some of the most prominent print and online publications in the state.
This week's SEEDling runway show featuring three talented student designers (and one talented student model!) resulted in some outstanding garments, the start of a powerful partnership between StyleWeek Northeast and Lincoln School, and great media coverage from some of the most prominent print and online publications in the state.
To save you some sleuthing, here are a few of the fabulous articles and galleries about this groundbreaking event:
Gallery of SEEDlings Student Design Competition
Myke Yeager Photography
STYLEWEEK SEASON 14: LINCOLN SCHOOL STUDENTS SHINE IN SEEDLINGS DESIGN CHALLENGE
Rhode Island Monthly
By Jamie Coelho
Don’t throw that newspaper into the recycling bin! Did you know it could be weaved it into a dress? For StyleWeek opening night, three incredible Lincoln School students showcased their fashion designs constructed completely from recycled materials. Senior Willa Summers, eleventh-grader Maeve McEnroe, and ninth-grader Brigitte Lynch-Johnson, all participated in the StyleWeek Seedlings Student Design Challenge. The craftsmanship and creativity of these young designers was influenced by the Lincoln School’s STEAM hub program: Science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.
StyleWeek Northeast: Fashions from 3 Lincoln School students hit the runway
The Providence Journal
By Jacqueline Tempera
During the opening night of StyleWeek Northeast three models will walk the runway in designs made completely of recycled materials by three high school students.
Their creations are adorned with pop tabs, a motherboard and microchips, and woven strips of newspapers.
StyleWeek: SEEDlings Challenge
These [Lincoln School] school students will put on a full runway show having constructed pieces based out of recyclable material influenced by STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics.
“I think a lot of people don’t realize that when it comes to stem and steam we use all of those categories in fashion design geometry mathematics…you need all of those skills to construct samples in fashion,” said Rosanna Ortiz from Styleweek.
Get your cameras ready: StyleWeek Northeast returns to Providence on Wednesday
The Providence Journal
By Andy Smith
A mix of veteran designers and newcomers will show off their latest and greatest. Fashionistas, get ready!
From High School to High Fashion
East Side Monthly
By Julie Tremaine
When StyleWeek Northeast returns to the Convention Center from February 21 to 24, there will be runway shows from designers from all over the country and from Europe. There will also be the youngest designers in the history of StyleWeek: three creative students from Lincoln School.