Big turnout for TRASHIONshow, JUNK2FUNK Sale 2012

November 12th, 2012 Comments Off on Big turnout for TRASHIONshow, JUNK2FUNK Sale 2012

Students in the School of Architecture design attire out of reused materials each year for models from MSU’s Fashion Board.

The annual TRASHIONshow, put on by the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS) and the MSU Fashion Board, was held Wednesday, Nov 7 in Giles Hall. People showed up from all across campus and the community for the event, which raised $160 in donations.

Before and after the TRASHIONshow, the group also held the first-ever JUNK2FUNK Sale, which raised $150.

Samantha King, treasurer for NOMAs, said the money will go toward an ADA philanthropy design project.

Some of the student’s designs are currently on display in the gallery in Giles Hall.

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