Launch, run, and build your own creative business. Students majoring in Fashion Design can prepare to launch their own innovative enterprise with a professional minor in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development.Professional minors
Students planning to major in Fashion Design, Film & Moving Image, and Visual Communication design are allowed to submit a portfolio of work to enhance their application and to be considered for talent-based scholarships.Portfolio Details
The Maryland Historical Society hosted a most extravagant event, the Heirloom to Haute Gala, on Saturday, March 25th, 2017. Dressed in either modern black tie or vintage eveningwear from any era, guests were invited to join in on the evening’s festivities. The night was filled with eating, drinking, dancing, and observing a truly magnificent collection. Included were vintage designs from the Maryland Historical Society’s antique collection and modern garments from local designers, including a piece from our very own fashion design senior, Venus Khosravani. Venus created an absolutely stunning women’s dress during her time in the Draping II class, which she showcased at this event.
The Heirloom to Haute Gala began the evening in the Ballroom of the Lord Baltimore Hotel, located just a few blocks away from the Inner Harbor. Guests enjoyed...Learn More
By: Kristen Cann
Models will strut down the catwalk in Stevenson University’s students’ creations for our Fashion Design program’s annual fashion show on April 29th at 7pm. The event is much anticipated and requires the lengthy preparation and dedication of many producers. Allison Jones, one of the student Producers, juggles multiple...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
Congratulations to our outstanding, high-achieving, fashion design and merchandising students, and Professor Simpson (pictured on the left) who were inducted yesterday in the prestigious KON Honor Society at Stevenson University. Pictured in the center with the students and Professor Simpson is Dr. Lentz-Schiller, who coordinates the KON Honor Society on campus. We are so proud of your accomplishment!
Inductee Professor Leslie Simpson (center) and student Benish D. Masih (left), and our other fashion design student, Latonya Dickens (right). A truly outstanding trio!