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 […]
Kelly’s love of thrifting has taken her career down a fun and fascinating path she never expected.
Annette Shankar found a great internship at Janet Ghilarducci’s couture dressmaking shop, which turned into a dream job!
Sherri sells and repairs all types of sewing machines and sergers at her Serge-A-Lot store. Her favorite thing to do, however, is to teach her customers how to use their machines to their fullest potential.
To student Adam Charron traditional definitions of fashion and gender are not clear-cut, and any rules related to them are meant to be broken.
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.
Cañada fashion department graduate José Rodriguez is proving himself to be a true asset at the world-renowned fabric store, Britex, in San Francisco.
Gita Winjaya, originally from Indonesia, came all the way to California to study fashion at Cañada College. Find out how she likes the program so far and what her future plans are.
Now, you’ll never forget the name of Michelle Paganini’s pattern company. Here’s what she’s been up to lately.
It was a full house as audience members drank in over 20 presentations of students’ red carpet designs. Attendees also saw roughly 20 more students receive their A.S. degrees or certificates.