Artist and educator Charlotte Kruk has been a student in the Cañada fashion department for only a short time, but her enthusiasm and creativity are already being noticed. Charlotte’s background is as a fine artist. She studied sculpture, metalsmithing and jewelry-making at San Jose State University. No fashion or textiles classes were offered, as she […]
Eating a lot and looking cute just aren’t compatible. Or are they? …
Millinery is one of the very special courses our students have the opportunity to take as part of their fashion studies.
Sometime stepping away from the project at-hand and doing something entirely different is what you need to get your creative juices flowing again.
When it comes to fashion, few do it better than the Hollywood stars.
Doing a “closet clean-out” will tell you a lot about yourself as well as your clothes.
There are plenty of textile and clothing exhibits showing throughout the Bay Area if you need some inspiration.
A few fashionable things we’ve found. Enjoy!
This book looks like an interesting read. This post by Alabama Chanin leads down a rabbit hole of information on the current state of trends in fashion. Pantone compiles color trends after the Fall 2015 shows, showed in mid-February 2015. Be sure to check out the Designer’s Work spaces.
Our 8th installment of Fashionable Things we have found in the form of articles and videos.