Meet the next generation of fashion
Each year, students showcase their skills in Central High School’s annual fashion show, Project Hallway.
Amari Robinson models Troy Griffin’s designs at the annual Project Hallway student fashion show at Central High School on March 28.
The dress worn by Central High School student Amari Robinson could be straight off the pages of Teen Vogue. But it was designed by her classmate Troy Griffin.
“I chose the colors because they reminded me of fairies,” Griffin says. “The gold sparkles and the green reminded me of nature.”
Griffin and Robinson attend Central High School’s fine and performing arts magnet program. The school offers 38 fine arts courses, including four pre-AP and AP studio art classes. Each year, students in grades 9-12 showcase their skills in the school’s annual fashion show, Project Hallway.
Griffin, a senior, plans to attend college and obtain his doctoral degree. He also dreams of having his own fashion label one day.
“My favorite part is creating outfits, upcycling and creating whatever visions come into my head,” he says.