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Alumna Nancy Newberg on Her Jewelry Line

Nancy Newberg (’84 Fashion Design)
Nancy Newberg Jewelry 
 
Inspired by today’s trends, my pieces are designed to be layered and worn in different combinations to suit the individual style of the women who wear them. With a modern twist on classic design, this collection is rich in texture and combines white diamonds with 18 karat rose and yellow gold, sterling silver, in matte and polished finishes.
 

Alumna and Designer Jade Lai Featured in Elle

Jade Lai Dresses Hollywood's Smart Girls in Normcore Chic

By Ashley W. Simpson

History of Costume II

Focuses on the study of clothing from prehistoric costume to the 19th century, and the factors that influence style changes. This course surveys costume from its ethnic origins through adaptation and assimilation into “fashion” trends in each century.
3 credits
Required for Fashion Design majors.

Textile Science II

Study knit construction, its design possibilities, and how it affects the performance of the fabric and finished product. Knit swatches using a variety of stitches, combining yarns and varying gauge. Other topics include dyeing, printing and finishes as processes which affect the aesthetic appeal of the finished product, and as functional finishes which enhance performance. The impact of these processes is examined.
Required for Fashion Design majors.
Lab Fee: $25
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Sustainable Fashion Design 2003-2010

Fashion Design Chair Rosemary Brantley discusses sustainable practices in fashion design with examples from studios, 2003-2010, led by mentors such as Yeolee, Hurley, and Todd Oldham.

2014 Neiman Marcus Window

The Beverly Hills Neiman Marcus windows displayed work by fashion designs students who worked with mentors David Meister, Christina Kim of dosa, Isabel Toledo for Lane Bryant, Todd Oldham, and Amé Austin ('95) for Max Studio.

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