“Making a muslin seems like just one more thing in the way.”—Jessamin Jensen
A re-cap of AIF30 in pictures.
Sarah Veblen is coming all the way from Baltimore, Maryland to celebrate our 30th annual Artistry in Fashion event with us. Be sure to catch one of her two presentations Sept. 28!
Fashion department students and alums who will be in the show this year include Naz Saeed, Rubab Huq, Christine Groom, Mary Lou Fall and Laura Tran. Learn more about all of these up-and-comers in this week’s post!
If you’ve attended Artistry in Fashion, you know how special it is. If you haven’t, this is your year!
A serger can be your best friend or your worst enemy, depending on how well you know how to use it. Students who took the Basic Serging class this summer have a more amicable relationship with sergers as a result.
Eventually our students leave the proverbial nest and go on to design school, university or a career. For these students—as well as those taking their small businesses to the next level—Portfolio Development is the perfect class.
Ways to stay sharp over the summer break. It’s June. Time to kick back, enjoy the warm weather and sip iced tea. But many of us also want to tackle some new sewing projects and perhaps pack some knowledge in before the fall semester starts. With that in mind, we took a look at our […]
This summer’s swimwear trends Some might think that bathing suits, as small as they are, leave little room for design details. But if you’re a fashionista, you know otherwise. What color, how high the waistline, or how wide the straps are all choices that can dramatically alter a suit’s visual impact. Each year swimwear designers […]
Earlier this week 27 students from our Beginning Construction class showed their final projects to one another and to instructor Kathleen Lorist. Each student made a t-shirt, a pair of pajama pants and a vest. After that they could make whatever “lab garment” they chose. Once again we were so impressed by their work and […]