Structured Movement by Sydney Hulett

Sydney Hulett's 6 piece collection flowed down the CES Spring 2018 Fashion show runway on Friday April 20th. Hulett's collection, titled "Structured Movement," is a dark, sexy, strong and feminine collection featuring complex construction with structured corsets, boning, darts, and studs paired stunningly with lace and sheer silk.

This is a collection inspired by the combination of structure and movement. I combined structured harnesses and corsetry with soft silks and sheer organza. The avant garde line, designed for Fall/Winter 2018 and titled Structured Movement, is also inspired by natural disasters, with a particular focus on oil spills. The all-black garments allude to the heaviness of such disasters and, by mixing different textures and shines, evoke the colorful iridescence of an oil spill. The fabrics in this collection are all from designers like Givenchy, Celine, and Louis Vuitton. I included surface design elements by adhering foil in the form of an oil spill on the bottom of certain garments, and designed and constructed accessories such as handbags, harnesses, chokers, and a black suede stiletto heel.
— Sydney Hulett


Hulett is a senior fashion design student at the Columbus College of Art and Design and design intern with La Senza at L Brands headquarters. She graduates in May 2018 when she will also be showcasing her collection in the 2018 CCAD Fashion Show. You can learn more about her on her website:


Design & Construction: Sydney Hulett @sydneysfashion1

Makeup Artistry: Alyssa Long @alyssalongmakeup

Models: Anastasha McWhorter, Maria Triplehorn,  Alondra kimbrough, Suvon Touch, Shayoni Das, Destinee Mitchell.


On the CES Runway:

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Media: Lincoln Meikle @ljm_productions

Media: Tanner Meyers @mylifewithtan

Media: Tyler Wick @wickimages