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WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS…

...IS SU FASHION@MAGIC

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By Ailee Campbell

        Driving on I-695 at 5:00 am on a Sunday isn’t the typical commute for anyone with a job, but this is the prime time to do a floor set at Express....Learn More

                      

By: Odinaka Aduaka

I sat down with Stevenson fashion design student Antrice Sykes to talk about her experience in New York during the most eventful and busiest times of the year, New York Fashion Week. Antrice and other Stevenson students attended Fashion Week in February where they each made a black dress representing...Learn More

                                                       

By: Cindy Jean

Every year Stevenson University holds an exhibit showcasing the work of our students. This past month Lacy Dejordy, a fashion design student at Stevenson, had her photography accepted into a special on campus exhibit entitled Beauty Inc, and I had the pleasure of interviewing her.

What was the most challenging part about creating this piece?

Probably just coming up with the concept for it.  Once I had the concept for it, it was easy from there, but it took a lot of thinking to try to actually figure out what I wanted to do, and what I wanted to say.

What was the concept?

So I wanted to do a transformational piece and show the transformation from ...Learn More

                                     

Chelsey Eggleston

Do you believe in Magic? Not the type of magic where rabbits are pulled out of hats or coins that are magically pulled from behind your ear; but the magic that happens twice a year (February and August) in Las Vegas, Nevada.  It’s Magic Market Week, the largest global market for men’s and women’s apparel/footwear, where fashion designers, manufacturers and buyers go to buy and sell the latest fashion products. This semester eight lucky Stevenson fashion students attended this amazing event. Emily Haas, a senior fashion merchandising student was ...Learn More

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