Forbes - "Discovering New Designers At Vancouver Fashion Week 2017"
"Fashion meets fine art in Alice Vaughan Davis's designs. A recent fashion graduate of the Savannah, Georgia College of Art and Design, Alice Vaughan Davis's women's ready to wear collection features separates and knitwear with Picasso-esque faces and designs."
NYLON - "A Love Letter To SCAD’s Finals Fashion Show + looks that killed"
"The talent (everything was hand-sewn!) and the drive of the students were get-your-shit-together kinds of inspiring."
"For all you SCAD students, your years of studying, sketching, and designing really paid off with these unique, forward-thinking, must-own-now designs. It's all happening."
Fashionista - "38 Standout Looks from SCAD'S 2017 Fashion Show"
"As with professional collections, the seniors' creations were true labors of love, products of a full year of ideating, sketching and designing... These designers, young as they may be, are going places, and quickly."
Marie Claire China - "Vancouver Fashion Week Day 7"
"Alice Vaughan Davis's Alternative Faces Collection with three-dimensional style of painting tributes Picasso."
Fashion Style Mag - "Vancouver Fashion Week Wraps Up Its 30th Season"
"Alice Vaughan Davis’ collection ‘Alternative Faces’ gave homage to Picasso with cubist style faces adorning colorful prints. Patterned shapes in polka dots and stripes splashed fun on structured fitted dresses. Cartoon colors and artistic brushstrokes brought the collection to life."
Hint Fashion Magazine - "Congrats, SCAD Grads"
"True to form for an elite design university, the year-end thesis collections brimmed with both whimsy and concept, creative prowess and technical savoir faire... To a wildly enthusiastic crowd of beaming faculty, friends, and family, a total of 120 looks from 43 graduating seniors took the catwalk, capping off four years of scholastic achievement and offering a glimpse of fashion's future."