(left) design, Hilary Hubanks; materials: wool tweed, plastic boning, eyelets, cotton lining, ostrich feathers, beads, shoelace strings; photograph, Valerie Gallagher, (right) design, Niki English; materials: window screen strips layered over tulle, LED lights; photograph, Cody Lidtke.Garments by apparel design alumni Niki English (B.S. Clothing Design '11) and Hilary Hubanks (B.S. Clothing Design '11) appear in the latest anthology of Emerging Fashion Designers 3 (Schiffer Publishing). The publication showcases work ranging from evening wear to sportswear to children's wear created by recent graduates from 16 fashion design programs in the United States. Hubanks submitted the design she created during a semester at the London College of Fashion where she took a corsetry class. "I was very inspired by English culture," recalls…Read more
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Ashley Bray, writing for the Minnesota Daily, covers the publication of the ten-volume Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion (2010, Oxford University Press) of which Joanne Eicher (Regents professor emerita, Apparel Design) is the editor-in-chief. Bray quotes Eicher as saying, “Everybody around the world gets dressed every day. How and why we dress tells other people about ourselves and confirms to us our own identity.”Read more
Sara Glassman, writing for the Star Tribune, notes the publication of the ten-volume Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion (2010, Oxford University Press) of which Joanne Eicher (Regents professor emerita, Apparel Design) is the editor-in-chief. Glassman notes that Eicher has been working on the project since 2003.
“Sometimes there are still people who like to look at fashion as superficial. It’s such a narrow point of view,” Eicher tells Glassman. “Everywhere around the world, people dress themselves, use body modifications and body supplements. It’s not just an encyclopedia of clothing.”
A publication presentation and celebration with Eicher and Kathryn Earle, managing director of Berg Publishers, will take place on Friday, October 22, 2010, 4:30-6:30 p.m., in 33 McNeal Hall. The event is free and open to the public, but reservations are required. Free sewing kits will be given away while supplies last.
- Sara Glassman’s article is reprinted by the Seattle Times
- Sara Glassman’s article is reprinted by KansasCity.com