I recently received a comment in the blog mailbox from Doris Treptow, Professor of Fashion at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), bringing the work of one of her students to our attention. We reached out to the student, Hannah Long to see if she would let us showcase her design. Hannah agreed and gave the following information about her project:
"I am thrilled that you chose my InspriRED dress for a blog feature. Below are some more details about the dress. I was inspired to make the dress out of Coke cans because of the bold, red logo of
Coca-Cola is always adapting to the ever-changing culture of our society. Fashion has a way of linking generations and different cultures in a similar way. The fusion of
Designer - Hannah Long
Photographer- Mathias Hungler
Model- Nikki De Luca
Long is a sophomore studying fashion at SCAD-Savannah. For more information, visit www.scad.edu .
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