This was an interesting discussion with three generation of the Missoni family–Rosita, Angela, and Margherita. They discuss how they worked together to maintain their success and creativity in their fashion work. Suzy Menkes, the International Vogue Editor of Conde Nast and Gladys Perint Palmer were moderators of this symposium.
The FIT class of 2014 fashion show, The Future of Fashion, took place while many of use were attending the ARLIS conference in Washinton, DC. The following link provides access to a streaming video the of show, as well as access to student blogs cover their preparations for the big day.
I so enjoyed watching the SCAD show, that I wanted to share ours as well. For that matter, I suggest we start a list of school fashion shows?
Join Zac Posen for an in-depth, personal look at his career and get the opportunity to ask him questions about his work in this exclusive event.
Posen is known globally for his technical and artisanal craftsmanship, anatomical construction and textile manipulation. His daywear, suiting and eveningwear are infused with his bold sophistication, sexy femininity and distinctive glamour. Worn by leading women including Gwyneth Paltrow, First Lady Michelle Obama and Naomi Watts, Posen’s designs are staples on the red carpet.
Presented in conjunction with SCAD Seen Gala, this event is free and open to the public.
Saturday May 17 @ 8pm
See the creations of this year’s crop of talented SCAD Fashion students as models strut the runway through the SCAD Museum of Art galleries.
The show will be streamed live at www.scad.edu/fashionshow2014.
Thursday, May 15, 5 – 8 p.m.
Friday, May 16, noon – 6 p.m.
Saturday, May 17, noon – 6 p.m.
If you happen to be visiting Savannah this weekend, check out the top creations of accessory design students and the curated standouts from the latest collections of fashion students.
The Fashion and Accessory Design Static Show is free and open to the public.