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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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Weisman Art Museum Window Display Honors Campus Leaders

In Dooyoung Choi's Visual Merchandising class (RM 3243) this semester, students learn about conceptualizing and designing store interiors, layouts, fixtures, lighting, signs, and merchandising planograms. They also competed to design a new Weisman Art Museum (WAM) shop window display. The winning team includes Kimberly Jurichko, Amanda Lai, Thanh Nguyen, and Alanna Norton. The goal of the project, explains Choi, is for students to, "conceptually create a window display for the WAM shop reflecting pieces currently on view in the museum and showcasing WAM shop's merchandise."View images of the new display, a behind the scenes photo shoot, and the story behind the WAM merchandise.The winning design drew its inspiration from Mohamud Mumin's The Youth/Dhallinyarada, a photo exhibition highlighting 13 Somali-American men…

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