Students at the Columbus College of Art and Design on Wednesday were preparing for one of the most anticipated events of the year.
The college's annual fashion show will be held on May 13 and feature senior students who have worked all year for this moment, 10TV's Andrea Cambern reported.
The annual fashion show is the CCAD senior thesis and students design, create and exhibit original designs for a sold-out crowd.
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"It is their year to shine, show us and prove to the industry that it is their skill set and they have what it takes to be a fashion designer," said CCAD professor Richard Hurley.
Hurley said the show can be a launching pad for students.
"I have some working for Armani in New York, Banana Republic, they're doing huge positions with every kind of company in design from California to New York and it's really quite exciting," Hurley said.
CCAD student Sung Kim does not know what the future holds, for now she is just enjoying what she has accomplished.
"It's really gratifying to be doing something you really love and be done with it, get to a period," Kim said.
The show doesn't just involve fashion design students; it involves students from all disciplines
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