Nicole Grebb creates stage fashions based on styles from the past.
Kevin Kissell ('97, '00, '08) was the type of kid who planned the outfit he was going to wear to tackle life on the farm.
This June, 30 middle-school girls participated in the second annual offering of Fashion FUNdamentals at Colorado State University.
Colorado State University's Merchandising program in the Department of Design and Merchandising is considered among the top 5 percent nationally, according to the latest rankings by Fashion-Schools.org.
A local chapter of The Questers has given CSU’s Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising $4,500 to expand its collection of historically important textiles.
Students in CSU’s Department of Design and Merchandising came to the aid of Colorado firefighters this spring, creating new uniforms that will differentiate them from police officers — whether they’re at the scene of an emergency or in the grocery store.
Graduate students in the Department of Design and Merchandising will display their original textile designs in a new exhibit, Multiplicity: Exploration of Visual Vibration, to debut on Wednesday, May 4, in Colorado State University’s Gustafson Gallery.
CJ Riggins will put her 20 years of fashion industry experience to the test in this year’s CSU Collegiate Challenge on April 27.
The annual Colorado State University Fashion Show, presented by the Department of Design and Merchandising, highlighted 22 collections created by graduating apparel design students in an unforgettable full-stage theatrical production on April 1. Four of those collections were chosen for special awards.