Student designer Tylor Leigh showed a bright collection of men’s and women’s wear in white, yellow, and black on the Debut 2014 runway.
Ericka Corona, who has a passion for knitwear children’s wear showed her effervescent collection on the Debut 2014 runway.
Student designer David Lee believes that women are strong and wanted to showcase that through his feminine Debut 2014 collection.
Arizona native Carol Wong, who describes herself as rebellious, talks about her “Medieval-armor-meets-future” collection shown on the Debut 2014 runway.
View student designer pieces that feature parts, from seatbelts to hood ornaments, from actual Cadillac cars.
Hear from student designer Blake Patterson and view his Debut 2014 runway collection, which was inspired by the graceful movement of a jellyfish.
View the entire show, featuring work by Advanced Study Fashion Design & Costume Design students.
See the work of graduating FIDM Theatre Costume Design Students inspired by the film Les Miserables.
Graduating FIDM Fashion Design Students present their collections at the DEBUT 2013 Runway Show.
See the red carpet gowns designed by FIDM Students and Alumni for the 2013 Presidential Inauguration Luncheon in Washington, D.C.
Bob Mackie Scholarship winner, Octavius Terry’s alternative red carpet collection highlights the power of women and men.
As a former theatre student, Maggie Jean King designed a children’s collection full of personality, color, and whimsy.
Living in Southern California, Kelly Knaggs was inspired to design a snowboard collection for DEBUT.
Katie Chick was inspired by the Greek Islands in the knitwear collection she designed for DEBUT.
A Chicago native, Jordan Blake Service has planned on pursuing fashion design as a career since he was 11 years old.
Christine Ko’s women’s collection is inspired by a rose and features beautiful shade of burgundy and grey.
Chairing Styles is a collaboration between students in three majors at FIDM: Textiles, Fashion, and Interior Design. See their designs on the runway at DEBUT.
Britt Luttio’s black, white, and red collection is about shape, pattern, and scale.
Bradon McDonald’s collection is inspired by the cliffs between Paradise Cove and Point Dume in Malibu.
Encouraged by his father to become a designer, Benny Dam’s interest in fashion began when he was just 13 years old.
Winner of the Bank of the West Scholarship, Ahmad Murtaza designed a women’s collection that he describes as East meets West.
Yadimar Chavez created a rustic menswear collection that was inspired by summers spent with his father in Northern Mexico.
Wensi Michelle Gao designed a children's collection filled with bright colors and whimsy.
Tracy Moore turned to a painting that her father, artist Joe Spencer, created in 1984, and had the work digitally printed on fabrics that were used throughout the collection.
Randy Lee Donato drew on the story of Joan of Arc and her journey from warrior to saint for inspiration.
Ralph Prado showed a collection that reflected our high-tech society with an orange and blue color palette.
Michael Pinpin created a mostly black and white collection with pops of red that was infused with texture and metallic.
Joshua Christensen, who competed on Project Runway, created modern takes on classic American silhouettes for his DEBUT collection of menswear.
Jessica Dunn showed punk-inspired plaids, cowl-neck blouses, and slinky racer back dresses that were inspired by smoke and shadows.
Designer Chelsea Dowell mixed voluminous silhouettes with sleek shapes in her all-knitwear Debut collection.
Alicia Czerwiec's women's wear collection featured weaving detailing, embellishments, and reverse appliques that mimicked stained glass.
Designer Alejandro Ortega created a collection filled with graphic prints and bold color.
Debut 2012 Students were given an opportunity to work with famed designer Karen Kane who challenged the designers to create a Little Black Dress. The winning designs will be featured in an upcoming collection.
View the opulent and glamorous creations from the Advanced Theatre Costume Design Students.
A creative collaboration between Textile, Fashion, and Interior Design Students, Chairing Styles is an annual DEBUT tradition that features a garment and coordinating chair.
See the collections from FIDM's Advanced Fashion Design Students and hear about their inspirations.
When most girls were playing with Barbie®, Natalie was designing her own clothes.
Jonathan didn’t learn to sew until he attended FIDM.
Adrian captured a worn, vintage look for his collection.
Clay’s aquatic-themed collection consisted entirely of dramatic evening gowns.
A popular storybook character inspired Brenda’s DEBUT collection.
Hardware, dark colors, and structured silhouettes lent a rock’n’roll edge to Liz’s collection.
Mike is one of FIDM’s many international students.
Charles created a collection featuring both men’s and women’s designs--a DEBUT first.
Lacey’s collection was a nod to the glamour and femininity of the 1950s.
Sara designed the only menswear collection of the DEBUT 2009 Runway Show.