Chicago Students Show Style On The Runway (And Off!)

Last Friday evening, MODA, an fashion-focused student organization at the University of Chicago, threw a spring fashion show no Chi-town co-ed could miss. Models walked down a lavish runway in Chicago’s breath taking Union Station showcasing talented young upcoming designers together with local designers that we love. Guests received swag bags that were filled with tons of goodies, and all of the proceeds from the show went to the Dress for Success organization. We snapped photos on the runway and off, so click through for a glimpse of Chicago's student style.
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A pre-show shot of Yewon Kim, a blogger and student.


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Student designer Lily Lai designed this belted dress with plunging neck.


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Simple and chic, a go-to outfit for a runway event.


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Structured shoulders and sheer skirt by Shelby Steiner.


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Be jealous, she found that blazer at the Salvation Army.


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Spotted at the show: These cap toe beauties were purchased in Korea.


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A design by Kimberly Lum that impressed us.


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