Taking the senior class doesn't guarantee a spot on spring's CCAD runway. A jury of fashion insiders judge the looks months before the show, and their critiques are considered in the decision of who makes it to the stage. The process is rigorous. The standards are high.

Taking the senior class doesn't guarantee a spot on spring's CCAD runway. A jury of fashion insiders judge the looks months before the show, and their critiques are considered in the decision of who makes it to the stage. The process is rigorous. The standards are high.

Here is a list of the 25 students showing on Friday, May 13, the master designers they used as their collections' muses and what they used from those designers as inspiration.

Mea Adams - Betsey Johnson - Lavish displays of whimsy

Kristin Anderson - Geoffrey Beene - Luxuriously tailored silhouettes

Chrissy Buskirk - Claire McCardell - Americana dresses of the '50s

Addie Marie Cheges - Elsa Schiaparelli - Surrealist yet easy-to-wear designs

Makayla Cook - Donna Karan - Clean lines and warm colors

Janell R. Clemente - Alexander McQueen - Avant-garde but charming risks

Quintessa Dionne Goodley - Emanuel Ungaro - Femininity awash in color

Teresa Hummel - Christian Dior - Luxurious post-war looks

Marie Hutton - Ralph Lauren - Classic American sportswear

Jordan Jones - Givenchy - Gowns, gowns, gorgeous gowns

Sung Kim - Sonia Rykiel - High-brow knits and fiber art

Lauren Ashley LeCastre - Diane Von Furstenberg - Wrap dresses and plenty of patterns

Carolyn Martin - Coco Chanel - Classy crossings of gender boundaries

Brittany Matyas - Kenzo Takada - Cultural combinations of East and West

Lyndsey Merryman - Valentino - Dresses oozing with opulence

Sarah Rowe - Laura Ashley - Old-fashioned prints and an ageless aesthetic

Stevie Smith - Issey Miyake - Conceptualizing origami into design

Olivia VanScoyoc - Calvin Klein - Architecturally sound, preppystyles

Lisa Vogel - Pierre Cardin - Geometrical studies from the mod scene

Joscelyn Wiggs - Christian Lacroix - Dramatic dresses

Ryan Richmond - Paul Poiret - Turn-of-the-century gowns and costumes

Irina Burdak - Mary Quant - 1960s Mod and the mini skirt

Diana Velika Banas - Vivienne Westwood - Punk rock fashion staples

Daykeyla McGee - Azzedine Alaia - Glamorous skin-tight statements

Jennifer Sands - Katharine Hamnett - Political statements turned fashion