Students Of the Academy of Art University Take The Runway

The huffington post released an article covering a much anticipated event during New York’s Fashion Week that shined the spot line on young, up and coming designers. The Academy of Art’s School of Fashion held it’s 21st runway show September 9 of 2017 in New York, showcasing the beautiful creations of ten Bachelor of Fine Arts, and Master’s of Fine Arts graduates from the academy. With great anticipation, each graduate debuted 2 menswear looks, and five womenswear looks on the runway during the course of the evening, at Skylight Clarkson Square.

With a vast variety of backgrounds, including a student from mainland China, and wide expanse of tastes, the carefully designed garments that adorned the runway proved to amaze and enamor the spectators. Designers put forth every effort in making this event a night to remember, using extravagant vinyls, elegant cashmeres, and beautiful natural fibers. Inspiration came from varying influences such as culture, life style, as well as personal interests, making it a truly enriching experience

The Academy of Art was founded in San Fransisco, California in 1929, by Richard S. Stephens, who was also the director of Sunset Magazine. With his wife Clara, a rented loft at Kearny Street, and 45 students, Stephens began a thriving University, dedicated to giving hard working students the best education for their field of study. In 1977 the Academy of Art University established, for the first time, a graduate program offering a Master of Arts program. Today the Academy of Arts University stands as a symbol of modernism and creativity.

All prospective students, with passion for their art, and a drive for honing their skill, are encouraged to pursue their degree with the Academy of Art’s No-Barrier Admission Policy. The Academy of Art also boasts a faculty of the finest professor’s with the highest standards for education, who also possess practical experience from a fellow artist, and an individual working in the field.

With an encouraging community of peers, and inspiring faculty surrounding the academy, it’s no wonder the university boasts a large student body, and the finest arts program in California.

A Glance at Crystal Hunt

One could say Crystal Hunt was practically born into the entertainment industry. At just six months, she entered the industry and began acting and singing lessons as a child. At two years old, she entered pageants and used acting as her talent. She was never afraid to be the center of attention on a stage or the shot of a camera, and one of her earliest roles was in “Problem Child 2.” She went on to also star in commercials, eventually working with big names such as NSYNC and even Tom Hanks at a young age.

Her biggest role has been of Lizzie Spaulding in the television show Guiding Light.  Crystal Hunt was also nominated for Soap Opera Digest Award for her role the same year. Guiding Light first aired on June 30, 1952 and ended on September 18, 2009. Cystal Hunt was on the show from 2003 to 2006.

She also had a role in the television show “One Life To Live.” Guiding Light first aired on June 30, 1952 and ended on September 18, 2009. Most recently, Crystal Hunt had a role in Magic Mike XXL, which achieved box office success. She also created her own feature-film back in 2014, Talbot County, with her longtime friend Dania Ramirez. Currently, she co-stars on the American-scripted reality show “Queens of Drama,” which first aired April 26, 2015.