News Release| Fashion & Textile Department; Cal State L.A.

June 4, 2013

Media Advisory: Monday, June 10, 2013

Cal State L.A. presents Amalgamation: Senior Fashion Show

Los Angeles, CA - Cal State L.A.’s Fashion and Textile Department is proud to present Amalgamation: Senior Fashion Show on Monday, June 10, 6 p.m., at the King Hall Walkway (in front of Dolcini’s Café) on the CSULA campus.

The 2013 fashion show, which is free to the public, includes designs and branded elements created by the University’s senior fashion design, merchandising and textile class as their capstone final.

Serving as an opportunity for students to demonstrate an understanding of their field of study, Amalgamation is the outcome of a 10-week self-directed project using skills and knowledge from each students chosen field.

Collaborated collections designed by CSULA students Alexis Antuna, Aline Nunes, Allison Cheung, Benji Guerrero, Canie Oh, Christin Disi, Dami Kim, Elvia Lopez-Vargas, Elvia Sarabia, Jasmine Hernandez, Jennifer Alonso, Keykeana Jeter, Lidia Alvarez, Liza Meza, Mia Yang, Natasha Reyes, Quetzalli Castro, Ruby Gracia and Wendy Xu will be featured on the runway.

The evening’s MC will be motivational outreach public speaker, Richard Reyes. University Greek DJ Vinny Mack will provide the musical score for the fashion show.

Doors open at 6 p.m. with the show promptly starting at 6:30 p.m.

Additional work from the students will be featured in the Fine Arts Gallery, in the Fine Arts building. The gallery will be open from 4-8 p.m. with hors d’oeuvre and refreshments to be served. For campus map and directions: /univ/maps/.

For visuals and information, contact Quetzalli Castro at (626) 644-3896 or [email protected].

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