Six students at Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia are competing in Wearables' new Fashion Faceoff contest. Juniors in Moore's fashion program have spent the year desigining and constructing athleisure looks, and we added on to their assignment, asking them to create an original embellishment design for a blank garment from Vantage Apparel. Check back regularly to learn more about Erin and her work.
Name: Erin Keenan
Hometown: Norwood, PA
Q. Who are your design inspirations?
A. I am inspired by Moschino and its designer Jeremy Scott, and Japanese street fashion.
Q. How would you describe your design aesthetic?
A. My design aesthetic involves the use of interesting color schemes, proportion, and fabric manipulation.
Q. Where do you see yourself in five years?
A. I would like to be working as a driven fashion designer for an organized and inspiring company. I see myself staying on the East Coast and perhaps working in Philadelphia or New York.
- Check out Erin's lookbook to see her athleisure designs in progress.
- Watch this video to find out why Erin entered the Fashion Faceoff contest.
- Check out this slideshow to see Erin's concept for Vantage Apparel.
- Watch this video to find out what Erin learned from working with Vantage Apparel.
- Find out what the judges say about Erin Keenan's mini-collection.
- See Fashion Faceoff contestants' looks walk the runway.
The winner has already been selected by a panel of experts, but we want to know who you think won the Fashion Faceoff! Vote now.