Fashion Student Designs Collection Inspired By A Nerve Disorder [Pics]

Fashion Student Designs Collection Inspired By A Nerve Disorder [Pics]
Design

Julia Wollner created an award-winning line inspired by Bell's Palsy.

Tiffany Nesbit
  • 8 may 2014

Each year The Pratt Institute presents one of its graduating design students with the ‘Liz Claiborne Concept to Design Award ‘after the senior fashion show. It is a $25,000 award funded by the Liz Claiborne Art Ortenberg Foundation, designed to cover expenses for the winner to create a collection for New York Fashion Week. Last Thursday the award was presented to Julia Wollner, for her innovative and inspiring collection.

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