IN.FORM Fashion Show: Friday, June 14, 2019
IN.FORM, our inaugural fashion show showcases over 60 looks designed and fabricated by all four grade levels of the Boston Arts Academy Fashion Technology program. The show consists of 8 different themed segments including Upcycled Fashion, Afro-Latina Style, Activist Fashion, Fantastical Costume, and Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Benchmark Collections. The title of the show, IN.FORM, speaks to informing our community about the work the Fashion Technology program is doing and the form the young program is taking.
June 14, 2019
Boston Arts Academy, Auditorium
11 Charles Street, Boston, MA 02122
3:30 – Daytime Student Audience show
6 PM – VIP Reception for Honorees and VIP Guests
7:30 – Evening Fashion Show
NOTE: We have closed online ticketing, but there are still seats available for the 3:30 and 7:30 shows. Please join us this afternoon or evening!
An anonymous and very generous donor has sponsored this inaugural fashion show and has covered tickets!
General Admission for the 3:30 PM Fashion Show –
VIP Admission –
$50, Includes VIP reception and front row seating during the 7:30 PM Fashion Show SOLD OUT!
General Admission for the 7:30 PM Fashion Show –
The Fashion Technology program will be honoring individuals in the fashion industry in Boston who have had a meaningful impact in the community and shown exceptional dedication to the Boston Arts Academy
Samantha Shih, Founder and CEO, 9Tailors
Tonya Mezrich, Host
Gerard Riveron, Jewelry Curator
19 Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior fashion students
Students from all majors auditioned and were cast for the show
Theater Tech Department students
Boston Arts Academy’s Fashion Technology Program
Fashion Technology is a new vocational program at Boston Arts Academy, that equips students with a firm foundation of technical sewing skills, with an emphasis on understanding the fundamentals of design, business, merchandising, sustainability and technology within the fashion industry.
Fashion Technology Faculty
Elisabetta Polito, Fashion Program Director
Samuel Mendoza, Merchandising and Entrepreneurship.