By  on April 23, 2013

NEW YORK — With television shows such as “Project Runway” and “Fashion Star,” the concept of a jury critiquing an aspiring designer is all too familiar. On Tuesday, it became a real-life moment for 21 graduating seniors from Pratt Institute, who participated in the annual Juried Panel Review to pass the final stage and qualify to participate in the Pratt fashion show on April 25. “This is the critical moment,” said Jennifer Minniti, the school’s chair of fashion. Minniti noted that while there were 28 graduating students this year, just 21 had made it through to this stage, which took place at the light-filled, loft-like space of Canoe Studios in the Starrett Lehigh building.

The jury on hand was even divided into four panels, each made up of a group of industry specialists. One such panel included Hollye Jacobs, Meredith Melling Burke, Susan Cianciolo, Miguel Adrover and Marion Greenberg; another featured Stefano Tonchi and Daryl Kerrigan, and judges in the two other groups included Maria Cornejo and Lynn Yaeger.

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