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This year's event will be the eighth collaboration between N.C. State's College of Textiles and College of Design students. Fifteen designers will take over the runway in front of an anticipated audience of 1,500.

Art to Wear 

NCSU's annual undergraduate-run fashion show

N.C. State may be best known for its programs in technology and engineering, but fashion students have been changing those perceptions with their annual, undergraduate-run Art to Wear show. After modest beginnings, the spring spectacular has seen a breathtaking rise in popularity. Read the full article by Karlie Justus.

Photos by Jeremy M. Lange
Production assistance by Kathy Justice and Bruna Zacka
Music by Felix Obelix

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