Titanic sank over 101 years ago. Her story resonates to this day as people continue to honor the legacy of those lost and marvel at the tales of survival. White Star Line’s Titanic sailed in an age of pomp and circumstance, marked by intricate and detailed design, including shipbuilding, architecture, and of course… fashion.
Deborah L. Scott won the Oscar for her interpretation of Edwardian fashion with the costumes in the movie Titanic. It was her dream “to bring the spirit of Titanic and her passengers to life.” Students from the International Academy of Design & Technology (IADT) will bring their Edwardian-wear to the runway on the Grand Staircase for a Project Runway-style fashion show Wednesday, November 6 at Titanic: The Experience edutainment museum on I-Drive from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Purchase general admission tickets to view the event. (Click here to follow Titanic: The Exhibition on Twitter.)
Contestants will be judged on garment construction, interpretation of theme and design innovation.
You can win two tickets to see “A Titanic Runway: Edwardian Style Revisited”! Make a comment below naming one real Titanic person (sorry, Jack Dawson and Rose DeWitt Bukater are make believe from James Cameron’s imagination, lol) here or on my post about this fashion show on Pinterest or Instagram. (I’m a HUGE Titanic fan, as you can read here and here.)
Contest details:Make comment on either blog post, Instagram or Pinterest by 3 p.m. EST on Tuesday, November 5. From all eligible entries, names will be entered into RandomResult.com. Winner will be announced as a comment on each of these social media outlets by 5 p.m. EST Tuesday, November 5, 2013.