What do Dior, African khanga cloth, and Hmong textiles have in common?
As part of their final assignment, students from Colorado State University’s Department of Design and Merchandising are showing their original designs in an exhibition entitled “The View from Here: Graduate Work in Digital Textile Design” in the Gustafson Gallery.
Colorado State University alumnus and astronaut Kjell Lindgren has donated a CSU T-shirt he wore on the International Space Station to the university.
“Please take care of this.” That’s what 93-year-old Jim Ingram told staff of CSU’s Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising on May 23 as he donated the complete, pristine uniform he wore during his World War II service in the 194th Glider Infantry Regiment.
Colorado State University's Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising teams up with the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital in an effort to solve a needlework mystery.
The Avenir Museum is looking to expand its holdings of apparel and accessories by French couturier Christian Dior (1905-1957), particularly garments of his New Look style from 1947 to the mid-1950s.
The Avenir Museum recently acquired a pair of Christian Dior nylon stockings in what was initially believed to be the original packaging.
Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising volunteer Marcella Wells was formally recognized with the “Friend of the College Award” by the College of Health and Human Sciences.
Former head of the Department of Design and Merchandising Mary Littrell spoke at CSU about her recently published book on Afghan women, co-authored with Rangina Hamidi.