Through the Aperture: Virtual Exhibition for Introduction to Fashion Presentation
In light of the popularity of digital presentations in the worldwide fashion industry, the School of Fashion and Textiles has launched the “Through the Aperture: Virtual Exhibition for Introduction to Fashion Presentation”, where fifteen photograph collections featuring superb fashion styles by the School’s first-year students are showcased.
Curated by Ms Jackie Leung, Instructor of the School, the exhibition adopts Computer-Aided Design systems while incorporating various technologies to help create digital presentations. Meanwhile, the students who participated in this collaborative project applied knowledge of fashion styling, photography and computer graphics to present their distinctive aesthetics through photoshoots.
Visitors can roam around the exhibition hall virtually with the pre-set tour or on their own routes to appreciate the students’ ideas. Tour the virtual exhibition at: https://www.ippd-sft.com/through-the-aperture.
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