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Fashion Design & Merchandising News

Date: Apr 2015

              

Please join us in congratulating senior fashion design student, Ms. Jocelyn Williams! Jocelyn has been accepted into the Masters of Arts program in Luxury and Fashion Management at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). She will begin her studies at SCAD in the fall 2015 semester.

Congratulations Jocelyn!! 

                   

Red Prairie Press is an independent, hand printed apparel shop, founded by Rachel Bone in 2006. The line celebrates clothing and accessories that support sustainability and ethical manufacturing.

The clothing is screen printed by hand in a studio in Baltimore, MD using non-toxic water based inks, which do not require chemicals for cleanup. 

I met Rachel Bone several years ago at Magic Market Week, a major tradeshow for the fashion industry, held in Las Vegas every spring and fall.  Rachel had a booth there selling her screen printed apparel to retail store buyers from all over the world. I noticed the sign 'Made in Baltimore, MD' and introduced myself and shared experiences in the apparel business.

It was exciting to have her demonstrate her screen-printing technique to my Textiles class last week.  All students took the opportunity to try out the screen-printing technique and printed on their own t-shirt in class.

     

                 

 

During the Spirng semester, the Textile Class got to see and experience a screen-printing demo, which was demonstrated by Rachel Bone.Red Prairie Press is an independent, hand printed apparel shop, founded by Rachel Bone in 2006. The line celebrates clothing and accessories that support sustainability and ethical manufacturing.The clothing is screen printed by hand in a studio in Baltimore, MD using non-toxic water based inks, which do not require chemicals for cleanup. I met Rachel Bone several years ago at Magic Market Week, a major tradeshow for the fashion industry, held in Las Vegas every spring and fall. Rachel had a booth there selling her screen printed apparel to retail store buyers from all over the world. I noticed the sign 'Made in Baltimore, MD' and introduced myself and shared experiences in the apparel business.It was exciting to have her demonstrate her screen-printing technique to my Textiles class last week. All students took the opportunity to try out the screen-printing technique and printed on their own t-shirt in class.

Posted by Stevenson University - Fashion Design Program on Monday, June 15, 2015

                

[Junior Fashion Design major Cori Green (left) works with technician Leah Aronhime in Stevenson's Fashion Design Studio on the University's Owings Mills campus.]

Stevenson University’s Fashion Design program will present its fourth annual Student Fashion Show, “A Common Thread,” Saturday, May 9, at 7 p.m. in the Inscape Theater located on the Greenspring campus, 1525 Greenspring Valley Road, Stevenson, MD 21153.

The student-produced event features original clothing designs for men, women, and children. A special segment of the show will introduce the audience to the “We Are One In Fashion” collection created by the junior fashion design students. The garments were inspired by the traditional fashions from countries all across the globe. In partnership with the Plitzs Fashion Marketing Company, select pieces from this collection, along with the work of seniors and alumni, traveled to New York City and were featured on the runway at the historic Hotel Pennsylvania during the city’s prestigious Fashion Week.

In celebration of the program’s second graduating class, the senior students will be showcasing their individual collections. Each original garment has been crafted and meticulously constructed using both hand and machine methods. This year’s production—led by seniors Nakia BoomerMary Katherine Ellsworth, and Jocelyn Williams—features a broad and diverse mix of clothing reflecting whimsical children’s wear, costume inspired looks, bridal designs, and a variety of marketable styles for women.

“Designing a fashion collection is a labor-intensive, but rewarding process. I am impressed by the passion the students lavished on each of their unique collections,” said Sally Di Marco, Program Coordinator and Associate Professor of the Fashion Design program. “The garments are not only innovative but also wearable. Their impeccable work ethic should take them far in their careers.”

For more information on Fashion Design at Stevenson, email sdimarco@stevenson.edu.

Stevenson University, known for its distinctive career focus, is the third-largest independent university in Maryland with more than 4,400 students pursuing bachelor’s, master’s, and adult bachelor’s programs at locations in Stevenson and Owings Mills.

This fabulous Press Release was developed by Mr. David Snyder from SU's Marketing and Digital Communications Office.

Please join us in congratulating Fashion Design student, Ms. Amber Lloyd, on her appointment as an NFL Baltimore Ravens Cheerleader. We look forward to seeing Ms. Lloyd cheer the team on at the games and representing the University.

We are extremely excited for you Amber!

                        

                          

[Pictured: Katie Ellsworth, Rahima Dondurur, and Jocelyn Williams]

Please join us in congratulating the Stevenson University Senior Fashion Design students, Nakia BoomerVictoria Clark, Rahima DondururKatie Ellsworth, and Jocelyn Williams!  These five exceptional and talented students were inducted in the “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges” consortium. “Who’s Who” is a national company that recognizes students for their scholarships and participation in academic, community, and service organizations. The award is based on a student’s overall academic average, activity within the university, community, and/or service activities. The students were recognized at a campus-wide ceremony on February 20, 2015.

Ladies, we are so proud of your accomplishment!

 
 
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