Tech students make dresses from duct tape, magazines
Several groups of merchandising and consumer studies students in Louisiana Tech’s School of Human Ecology recently participated in a unique class project where they used only duct tape and magazines to design wearable dresses.
Students in a product development class were given an assignment to design a wearable garment using only duct tape and magazines. The garments were designed on a dress form, but had to come off the form and be worn by a person. The students worked in teams and were given just three hours to complete the design.