John Casablancas Institute’s Core Design graduates, Jillian Isabel and Martha Pandelo, graced the runway on the final night of Vancouver Fashion Week. As their on-trend monochromatic Spring 2018 collections walked down the catwalk, the crowd was left admiring and snapping JCI Design graduate’s soft pieces.
Jillian Isabel opened the show on the final night at VFW with a collection that sparked up the room. Her first collection, “Shoreline” gives new context to the meaning of tradition. The brand is inspired by Art Deco styles and seaside towns, bringing together timeless silhouettes with modern minimalism.
“It was definitely stressful but exciting at the same time. The organized chaos backstage is pretty exhilarating!” – Jilian Isabel
Martha Pandelo’s S/S18 collection was inspired by origami techniques and geometric shapes found in architectural structures. From transparent trends seen on the runway to the directional idea of using aesthetic and minimalistic makeup trends, Martha’s collection is our summer dream wardrobe!
“It was a dream come true being at Vancouver Fashion Week. I’m really thankful for John Casablancas Institute for allowing this amazing opportunity and helping me every step of the way.” – Martha Pandelo
Love fashion and want to make it your career? JCI Institute Vancouver’s Fashion Business & Creative Arts Diploma Program provides students with a comprehensive overview of the fashion industry, combining creative and business elements. This diverse approach gives our fashion school grads a distinct advantage both in knowledge and skill. Prepare for many jobs in the fashion industry, including becoming a fashion buyer, fashion stylist, or for work in fashion merchandising. If becoming a fashion designer is more your speed, choose our Core Fashion Program. This course at our fashion design institute will give you all the skills you need to be a fashion designer. Choose between our fashion programs to find the best fit for you!