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UH APDM's fashion "Revolution"

April 30th, 2012

uhanna2Nadine Kam photos
Designer Anna Tomita, center, posed for photos with models for her collection, "Timothy & Coco."

Here's a look at the University of Hawaii APDM senior fashion shows from "Revolution," whicht took place April 29 outside Hawaii Hall on the Manoa campus.

uhOne of the models for Feliz Sala's "La Belle Epoque" collection.

uh felizFeliz buried in lei, with her design from the show's "Aloha Wear Revolutionized" segment.

uhaberGuests included Gov. Neil Abercrombie and his wife Dr. Nancie Caraway, and textile artist Akihiko Izukura, who contributed the silks for a "Zero Waste" senior design segment.

uhfaceFacehunter Yvan Rodic was in town documenting the students' work and photographed Crystal Pancipanci enjoying some post-show pupu.

uhlynneAlso attending the show were New York fashion show producer Lynne O'Neill and her husband Bobby, with Crystal.

uhmodelsMelissa Lee with the models for her "Up in the Attic" collection.

uhkateKate Hooven with one of the models for her "Wagon Wheel" collection.

uhjrOne of the junior designers with her model.

uhkittyJunior designer Kitti Kurokawa with one of his creations.

uhninaAngels by the Sea boutique owner Nina Thai came to see the show with Koichi Hozumi.


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