For more information about SMU Fashion Week visit www.smufashionweek.com
The SMU Daily Campus will be publishing an 8-page special insert March 23 all about SMU Fashion Week. The insert will be the official program for SMU Fashion Week. All that said, we are looking for WRITERS to write articles for the program. The articles can be anything from backstories on the speakers to fashion trends on campus to SMU street style photos.
If you are interested in writing a story, we will be having a meeting to assign stories this Monday, February 20, at 7 p.m. in the Journalism school in room 288.
All the stories will be due by March 7th. If you cannot make the meeting, but are still interested please email Grace Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you think you or someone you know has what it takes to be one of the top ten most stylish students on campus? SMUStyle is on the hunt to find the best dressed at SMU.
Submit up to three photographs with different looks to SMUStyle via email, Facebook or Twitter. We will be accepting submissions throughout the month of February and will announce the top ten during the SMU Retail Club Fashion Show on March 30. Stay tuned for updates, we are looking forward to your submissions!
SMU Senior Grace Davis is heading up SMU Fashion Week and she is also the blogger behind Style With Grace. SMUStyle spotted her at The Meadows Museum last weekend doing a photo shoot with Kristi and Scot Redman for SMU Fashion Week. Follow Grace on Twitter @GraceVDavis and stay up to date with SMU Fashion week by following @SMUFashionWeek.
Are you looking for a way to get involved with fashion on campus? The SMU Retail Club educates and inspires those who are interested in becoming a part of and succeeding in the fashion industry. You will be introduced to industry professionals during monthly meetings throughout the semester and being a member is a great networking tool for those of you looking for internship and job opportunities. Get involved this Wednesday night and hear from representatives from Neiman Marcus Downtown.
Her inspiration? Giambattista Valli and Valentino
Click here to view some of Rebecca’s favorite pastel picks.