Gen Art needs a couple of fashion show specific interns to assist in their Chelsea offices for the next couple of months. Starting in January, they need people to scout designers, manage press clippings, help plan events, execute fashion shows and perform general office duties. To do those things you should have at least a Read more →
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That’s right kids, the next major GenArt fashion event date is set, so mark December 1st on your iPhone if you want to: – Shop designs from Falls, Porter Grey, Hayden Harnett, Bliss Lau, etc (check out their official page for the full list) at 70% off prices – Shop while taking advantage of the Read more →
Keds were our sneaker of choice in grade school, but they haven’t been since – and we’re sure we’re not alone in this. But have you seen the sneakers they had some GenArt kids design? At left, is the limited-edition design by artist Anne Faith Nichols, of British Columbia. They’re blue, there’s a bird, they’re Read more →
We met the Porter Grey girls at GenArt in July. We loved them, but we loved their clothes even more, and have the purchases to prove it. And so, we’re very excited to tell you that they’re coming to a trunk show near you! Who: Porter Grey – two sisters, one great design duo What: Read more →
You know how sometimes you get to a show, and whichever celebrity’s kind of front row-ing for that designer is already wearing a dress that still hasn’t even come down the runway yet? Well, GenArt and YOOX are going to make it so we can all do the same (sort of, anyway.) The day after Read more →
This just in from the good people of Gen Art: They need interns, now. You must: -Have a GPA of at least 3.0 -Be available at least 2 full days per week, plus some evenings for events -Be detail-oriented, organized, enthusiastic, flexible, able to meet deadlines and manage multiple projects at once -Be proficient in Read more →
GenArt’s Spring fashion show is next Monday, and as usual, it’s a giant buffet of designers you’ve almost heard of, sponsors desperate for the youth vote, and the presence of Meredith Melling-Burke. But this year, there’s something else that’s kind of funny: Two of the “Designer of the Year” candidates are hot girls from Project Read more →