This London-based program is giving aspiring creative professionals around the world access to some of the biggest names in fashion.
Because someone has to do the paperwork behind all that creativity, Los Angeles will soon boast its very own breeding ground for fashion-focused lawyers.
We scoured the crowd at Teen Vogue's Fashion U for some of the most promising students. They intern for the greats, they design their own lines, and they do it all while in school. They are fashion's future stars, and here's their advice on how to break into the industry at a young age.
What started as a dream six years ago for Parsons professor Rob Younkers has become a reality: He and his boyfriend Joe Zee, creative director of Elle, are opening a fashion summer camp for kids. And in a way, it's all thanks to reality TV.
Parsons is partnering with some of fashion's powerhouses to give students another dream opportunity--and this one is (hopefully!) controversy-free.
Each year, the Fashion Institute of Technology here in New York puts on a fashion show featuring looks from the graduating design students. For the first time, they've opened up their judging process to press. And while there's no question these kids have talent--can they find jobs?
Thanks to a shaky economy, the fashion industry hasn't exactly been booming these past ten years--but that hasn't stopped droves of young students f