Final Fitting for Roxy, Quiksilver, and DC

Kassandra Cassily, Roxy product line analyst, visited the junior class for the final fitting of their Spring 2016 collection for the female sports fashion brand. Earlier this year, Roxy gave the students a direction to create projects geared toward the must-have items for a three-day trip with only a backpack and the beach or mountain on [more]

Final Fitting for Trina Turk

Last week, designer Trina Turk attended the final fitting for the senior class’s collection to provide feedback before the students’ garments go down the catwalk at the Scholarship Benefit and Fashion Show. Earlier in the semester, she directed the class to “create playful, chic ensembles for a trip to the Amalfi coast inspired by the Mediterranean sea and [more]

Urban Outfitters Fitting

Last week, Urban Outfitters designers Nicola O’Connell and Katie Kim attended the junior fashion design class’s first fitting. The students designed a Spring/Summer collection tapping into the “shipwrecked” trend inspired by the movies “The Blue Lagoon” and “Return to the Blue Lagoon.” The direction issued by the Urban Outfitters mentor Leila Heydari-Pajo also detailed a color palette that [more]

Quiksilver Critique

The junior class has designed a Spring 2016 menswear collection in response to a direction from Quiksilver to create garments fit for a music festival or a surf camping trip in Northern Baja. Ideally, the clothes would provide sun and wind protection during the blazing heat of the day as well as during chilly nights. [more]

Urban Outfitters Critique

The junior design class received a direction at the beginning of the semester from Urban Outfitters to create a spring/summer collection inspired by the “shipwrecked” theme in movies like “The Blue Lagoon.” At the end of the semester, the students had one-on-one critiques and edits with their teachers before going into the construction of their [more]

Fitting for Morgane Le Fay

Amanda Mikko, wardrobe consultant and stylist at Morgane Le Fay, visited the senior class to critique their constructed designs during a model fitting. The designer for Morgane Le Fay, Liliana Casabal, had issued a direction earlier in the fall semester to create a spring/summer 2016 collection “inspired by ocean creatures real and mystical.” The recommended [more]

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