MODA Designer Profiles: Breck Radulovic
Every year, the MODA Fashion Show wraps up winter quarter with the perfect homage to student talent, hard work, and creativity. In anticipation of the show, we will be interviewing MODA Designers. Meet Breck Radulovic, a Religious Studies and History Major!
1. What are some sources of inspiration for your collection this year?
"I was inspired by growing up in Appalachia. I hope the collection has an earthy but still simple and delicate feel. I was particularly inspired by Appalachia's traditional connection to life in nature. I was also drawn to romanticized femininity and springtime flowers, so look for some Ophelia influences as well."
2. Have you ever done fashion design work before? What are some of the most challenging and rewarding aspects of the process?
I made a (very ugly) Halloween costume in 8th grade and I've sewn a pillow case or two, but mostly I'm learning to design on the fly.
3. What are you looking forward to most about the MODA Fashion Show?
I'm so excited to see what the other designer's finished products look like. I've seen bits and pieces of works-in-progress in the costume shop, so I know everyone is doing fantastic things, but I really can't wait to see what those scraps of fabric are transformed into.
All images courtesy of Breck Radulovic