Colorado State University student, Nicole Pink, studied abroad where the fashion industry never sleeps: the Paris American Academy in Paris, France.
What happens when traditional attire meets high fashion? The Colorado State University Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising examines this question in “The Allure of the Moroccan Caftan.”
Michelle Petrie spent her summer working as an intern for HEYDAY, a popular Fort Collins-based women’s clothing store. Set to graduate this December, Petrie talked about her experiences with Colorado State’s apparel and merchandising program and her time with HEYDAY.
This summer break, many College of Health and Human Sciences students dove into internships across the U.S.
Sustainability is playing an ever-increasing role in the field of textile design and merchandising, and one Colorado State University alumna is making a career out of it.
Middle-school girls sharpened their STEM skills this summer through the third annual offering of Fashion FUNdamentals at Colorado State University.
The Legacies Project in the CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences was launched in 2012 as a way to chronicle the personal and professional histories of those who helped shape the college. This year, three new honorees were unveiled.
A wide variety of historic apparel and textiles will be featured in Fall 2017 exhibitions and programs at the Avenir Museum.