By: Hannah Bienkowski
It’s not every day an ice hockey player wakes up and decides to study fashion, but I’m glad I did. I entered Stevenson’s fashion merchandising program in 2012 and have been a member of the Stevenson Women’s Ice Hockey team since its inaugural season in the fall of 2012. Something that I have learned from hockey is the idea of the team having a championship culture. In order to be a championship culture, your team must have commitment, responsibility, accountability, respectability, trust, and leadership. The concept of a championship culture can easily translate over to success in academics and in your future.
Fashion and design classes are time consuming and require a lot of effort and ability. I’ve been constantly challenged to manage my time and put 110% into both my schoolwork and my team. While in class, I am pushed to be creative and innovative. Whether it’s designing...Learn More
On Tuesday, March 29, 2016, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parrack stopped by the Fashion Design studio to donate several vintage garments that date back to the 1900s! These garments are all in excellent condition and will be valuable pieces to add on to the program's costume collection.
The Parrack’s donated a four-piece historic wedding tuxedo, which includes 2 vests, a jacket, and pants. The tuxedo belonged to Mr. Parrack's grandfather, which he wore the day he got married. He lived in Baltimore County all his life, and it is very important to the family that the garments remain in the area.
They also donated ...Learn More