Life after Senior Fashion Show.

That's what most CCAD Fashion Design seniors are thinking about now, and something that their work for the show has received, thanks to Macy's at Easton, where 18 designs by six students (five recent grads and one set to graduate in December) are on display in the store's windows through Thursday, Aug. 11.

This is the first time CCAD fashion work has been displayed at the store.

"It's an honor to have Macy's want to put your work in the window," said Suzanne Cotton, fashion design chair at CCAD.

"It's pretty crazy," student designer Joshlynn Suber said. "The opportunity means everything. Getting your work out there and having people see your creativity and design."

"Macy's is delighted to showcase the great work of emerging designers at CCAD," said Macy's VP of Media Relations and Cause Marketing Andrea Schwartz. "We know that some of these students will one day perhaps have their own recognized labels and we'd love to be a part of their journey."