Her new Parsons exhibit, "Fashion and Race: Deconstructing Ideas, Reconstructing Identities," considers the industry's exclusionary past while proposing a radical new future
The visionaries were saluted at the annual event for their leadership and innovation, as well as their commitment to sustainability.
Five graduates on what the future of fashion looks like, and what their plans are post-graduation.
The designer worked with students from Parsons School of Design, Pratt Institute and the Fashion Institute of Technology to create collections that reflect the unique physical needs of people with disabilities.
The unique nonprofit organization incubated in the famous school is dedicated to developing clothing for people of all abilities.
The industry icons were celebrated at a benefit that also served as a showcase for the class of 2017's thesis designs.
The nonprofit recently flew three design students to Cambodia to show them what garment factory conditions are really like.
The 2016 CFDA Swarovski nominees spoke to Parsons students about how they're scaling their businesses.
A new exhibit organized by NYU's costume studies program surveys the role of the plus-size body throughout fashion history.
Kate Falchi, the older daughter of accessories veteran Carlos Falchi, reflects on her father’s life and her new role as the brand’s president and head designer.
And Mango shakes up its executive management.
Collins announced his move in an e-mail memo.
And Instagram sensation Jen Selter, known for her enviable backside, got a spread in Vanity Fair.
As anyone with cable TV knows, there are so many online colleges these days that you can learn just about any trade whilst sitting on your couch in your pajamas. Now, you can add fashion design to that list of trades.
If you’re looking for the next big designer, look no further than Parsons School of Design’s MFA Graduate show. Shown at MILK Studios, it’s a test tube for what’s next in the world of fashion. Last week saw editors, designers, and supporters alike (Donna Karan and Fern Mallis to name a few) pack the rows to view what could be considered New York Fashion Week’s most exciting telescope into the future. We chat with three of the showing graduates about the challenges of crafting their collections, their futures, and more.
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Last night, following the senior's fashion show in the afternoon, Parsons hosted a benefit dinner at Pier 60. The benefit served many purposes: to raise money for Parsons' scholarships, honor Proenza Schouler's Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez and Bonnie Brooks, President of Hudson's Bay Company, showcase the senior class' designs, and announce the Designers of the Year. That's a lot to pack into one evening--and it was a long one!--but considering the benefit raised nearly $1.7 million for scholarships it was completely worth it. We caught up with attendees Prabal Gurung and Proenza Schouler as well as Parsons grad Harim Jung, who took home the womenswear designer of the year awards and the Kering Empowering Imagination Award. Read on.