Category Archives: Apparel Design

Designing for Good: Students Make Global Impact

Girls at Blue House Uganda prepare to try on their new clothes.

This fall, the students in Professor Lucy Dunne’s technical apparel design studio course will once again create new garments for vulnerable girls in Uganda. This is made possible only through the support of alumni and friends of the College of Design, whose donations help purchase materials and cover shipping costs to the girls at Blue House Uganda.

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Apparel Design Students Imagine Eco-Friendly Fashion Industry

Ian Harris' design for (RE)Generation

The global fashion industry is one of the most resource-intensive in the world. On Wednesday, April 25, apparel design students will re-imagine the industry and shine a light on its environmental impact at the Weisman Art Museum’s (RE)generation showcase.

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Empire State of Mind

Retail Merchandising Students in front of the Brooklyn Bridge

Home to some of the largest and most important clothing designers and retailers in the world, New York City looms large in the imagination of any design student. This year, 17 retail merchandising and apparel design students had the chance to spend their spring break in the city that never sleeps and get a behind the scenes look at some of the biggest retailers in the world.

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