It was all smiles and laughter last week when Costanza Menchi and Cañada students got together for a reunion celebration. Costanza, a fashion historian specializing in Italian fashion, has been our guide for the Study Abroad in Italy course the past three years. Costanza’s warm and engaging personality make her informative lectures and tours a true pleasure. […]
Students in the History of Fashion class learn there’s more to a real toga party than wearing bed sheets and drinking beer!
Students show their final garments in Tailoring as the winter semester draws to a close.
Anyone who has sewn has probably used a flat pattern. You choose a design you like from a pattern book at the fabric store, lay it out on your fabric, cut and sew. But what if you want to create your own design and be able to make something wearable—or, even more challenging, make it […]
Is costuming an interest of yours—possibly even as a career? If so Introduction to the Costume Industry may be just the class for you. Sign up now before it fills up!
Have you ever had an item of clothing you loved so much you just couldn’t part with it, no matter how threadbare it got? Or maybe you have a garment that fits great, but you never really liked the color. If so Copying Ready to Wear is a great class for you! Taught by expert […]
Our students and faculty are back from their fashion adventures in Italy! Here are some of the photos they took there—only a small fraction of the memories they’ll carry with them for years to come. Getting a closer look during a tour of a leather workshop in Florence.
A group of 21 Cañada fashion students are on their way to Italy! Can’t wait to hear all about it when they get back! Safe travels, guys!
Students continue the hands-on portion of their fashion education in the Intermediate Construction class.
This past Tuesday over 80 past and prospective students showed up at the Fashion & Merchandising Department to hear about the courses coming up this summer and fall. With 21 to choose from, and only so many hours in the day, it will be a difficult decision for many of us! Students and faculty helped […]