IIDA Product Runway 2016
Posted 04. 28. 16
IIDA Houston City Center’s Product Runway benefitting the Houston Furniture Bank commenced Friday April 22nd at Revention Music Center and Horizon was VERY well represented by a fantastic team of designers from PDR
Teams were revealed February 11th where designers from PDR were assigned the theme Cubism/Picasso for the Avant Art Fashion Show.
About The Event: Product Runway is an avant-garde couture fashion design competition influenced by the concept of the hit realty TV show Project Runway. Teams of interior design and architecture professionals participate in a fashion design competition creating handmade garments out of standard architectural finish materials such as glass, tile, carpet and wood.
Requirements: Each of the 20 competing teams has been assigned one hard material and one soft material, which must collectively make up 80% of their final garment. With this year’s theme: Avant Art, each team will be assigned a specific art movement with a correlating artist, as well as a piece of work from their artist that shows a true representation of that particular movement. The majority of a completed garment (approx. 60%) must be made of their hard and soft goods that are as close to the team’s assigned art movement and artist.
Benefitting Houston Furniture Bank: IIDA Houston City Center’s 8th Annual Product Runway benefits the Houston Furniture Bank, a non-profit organization that is often referred to as the “charity of charities.” The mission of the Furniture Bank is to provide a more comfortable and livable environment, making empty houses homes for Houston’s needy families
Ready for the big reveal?
Gorgeous. Hard to believe this chic design was produced from tile and carpet samples! AND they were awarded 2nd Place out of 20 amazing designs! Congratulations to all!
For more photos from the show including all of the designs, click HERE