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Heather Scholl’s Fall ’13 collection skillfully weaves together her seemingly separate fields of study–fashion design and race & gender. Through her garments, she sought to explore the often sexually obsessed nature of queer culture, and the duality of pain and glamour that often comes with it. She constructed her bright, graphic collection from wool, cotton and wool, knits, and embellished many of the pieces with intricate beading.
For more on the Academy of Art University Fall ’13 Fashion Show, click here.