Student pursues fashion after making clothes with grandmother
Editor’s note: This is a mini-series containing four stories leading up to the fashion show on March 20 at the L.A. Pittenger Student Center Ballroom.
Olivia Cash, a freshman majoring in fashion merchandising and apparel design, started sewing quilts with her grandmother at a young age. She eventually moved on to making dresses with the help of grandmother.
With her family’s support, Cash’s hobby has developed into a passion.
Cash started out adjusting dresses that were given to her in elementary school. She would draw any adjustments she wanted to make, then her grandmother would help her with making those changes.
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