Texas Tech University

Apparel Design and Manufacturing Seniors Showcase Collections at Techstyle 2022 Fashion Show

Matilda Beckanovic

June 1, 2022

fashion show recap 2022

Department of Design hosts annual Fashion Show at the Museum of Texas Tech

The Techstyle 2022 Annual Fashion show was hosted at the Museum of Texas Tech on Saturday, May 7. Senior Apparel Design and Manufacturing (ADM) majors showcased the one-of-a-kind pieces they created throughout the semester.

fashion show 2022

Each Student who had their collection showcased at the show used things around them as well as other designers to inspire them and their creativity. Students drew inspiration from nature,architecture, music, and even past decades. Award winners for juried designs were also celebrated during the show's presentation.





ADM 2022 Seniors:

  • Natalie Clark
  • Luis Escobedo
  • Carlie Gothard
  • Hannah Gowens
  • Kennedy Smith
  • Mckenzie Smith
  • Melissa Rosales
  • Abigale Wells

ADM 2022 Award Winners:

  • Illustration: Jullian Hackett
  • Construction: Hannah Trostle 
  • Original Design: Jillian Hackett
  • Best Overall: Lillian Lopez
  • International Textiles and Apparel Association Conference Garment Presentation: Paige Lowery
  • International Textiles and Apparel Association Conference Garment Presentation: Melissa Rosales
  • Fashion Group International Scholarship Competition Sportswear 1st Place-$2000: Kennedy Smith 
  • Pete and Eleanor Woodson Scholarship-$2000: Hannah Trostle
  • Glenna Goodacre Scholarship-$1600: Aledrian Mitchell

This year's fashion show would not be possible if not for the sponsors including Leisha Womble, Joyce Perkins, Cardinal's Sport Center, Lauren Clark, and Fernando Parra. The ADM program gives students a well-rounded understanding of the design and manufacturing process from the initial idea and sketch of a design to the final product.

Fashion show 2022

As students go through their college careers, they develop creative skills and to showcase their talents and develop a firm foundation for their future as apparel designers. ADM majors at Texas Tech receive real-world experience, a marketable fashion degree, business training, and an understanding of advanced fashion design technology.