class at the University of Applied Arts Vienna under direction of Hussein Chalayan will be presenting the latest collections
produced by its graduates and students. You are cordally invited to attend this event.
Show Angewandte 16
June 9, 2016 – 6.30 pm and 8.30 pm
Kunsthalle Wien, Museumsquartier, 1070 Vienna, Museumsplatz 1
Ticket: www.oeticket.com and at all oeticket-booking offices
Ticket price: in advance Euro 25,-, evening
ticket Euro 32,-
High profile jury at Show Angewandte 16
As every year a highprofile jury
is going to evaluate the works of the graduates 2015/16 of the fashion department. The renowned jury is 2016 consisting of
the following experts:
Margo Barton, Professor of Fashion, School of Design, Otago Polytec, Dunedin, NZ,
Evans, Professor of Fashion, History & Theory, Central Saint Martins, London, UK
Rebecca Lowthorpe, Fashion Director
of Grazia, UK
Markus Schinwald, Artist, A and
Nicolaus Schafhausen, Director of Kunsthalle Wien, A.
& 2 Awards
Within the framework of the Show Angewandte 16 at 8.30 pm. the Fred- Adlmüller-Stipendium, the
Rondo Vöslauer Fashion Award and the Indie Magazine Award will be presented. The Fred Adlmüller-Stipendium is endowed with
Euro 2700,-, the Rondo Vöslauer Fashion Award with Euro 3000,- and the publishing of the collection at „Der Standard Rondo“.
The Indie Magazine Award also contains the publishing of the winning-collection.
2 shows for the first time & photo
gallery made by students
Since the Show Angewandte has been completely sold out for many years, there will now
be two shows for the first time: one at 6:30 pm and the second one at 8:30 pm. This will allow many more interested people
to see the fashion show featuring creations by some of the most promising talents from Austria’s only school that offers training
in fashion with a university degree.
The photo series of the Show Angewandte 16 was implemented for the first time
together with Studio Koslik, the department for applied photography and time-based media. Students from the Studio Koslik
photographed outstanding works by the graduates of the fashion class in landmark buildings of Vienna Modernism – at the Looshaus
at the Michaelerplatz as well as at Otto Wagner’s Postsparkasse.