Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Teen Stylin' Competition
About Teen Stylin'
Established in 2005, Teen Stylin’ offers valuable assistance and guidance to students with a passion for clothing design, studio arts, installation art, and sculpture. Over the course of a semester, more than 80 Virginia student designers in grades 6 through 12 will construct one-of-a-kind wearable works of art inspired by the annual special exhibition theme and works of art in the VMFA permanent collection. These creations are be featured during the Stylin’ runway exhibition.
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2016 Competition: "Engineered" - Atlee High School Takes First Place!
The VMFA hosted an unforgettable evening of fashion and engineering! Over 70 designers in grades 6–12 worked over the course of a semester to create one-of-a-kind, wearable works of art. Each piece incorporated elements of mechanical and electrical engineering that had everyone oohing and ahhing as they moved, lit up, and made noise on the runway!
Designer: Abby Puryear
Congratulations to all of Atlee's 2016 Designers!!