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Children’s Wear Senior Class: Student Showcase I

Children’s Wear Senior Class: Student Showcase I

Spring Break was extremely helpful in allowing us time to work hard on our garments and devote all of our attention to them. Many of us have progressed very well on everything we are working on. We have all had or are having our difficulties here and there, but in the end I know we […]

April 6, 2013 | By | Reply More
Children’s Wear Senior Class: Good Construction is Key!

Children’s Wear Senior Class: Good Construction is Key!

Everyone knows the best garments are made well, with great care, effort, and precision. In the Children’s Wear Senior Class, we are taking that very seriously! With the help of our dear Prof. Seggio and the accompanying helpful expertise of Prof. Varcelona, we’ve all been working hard to sew our garments to their perfection. The […]

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Children’s Wear Senior Class: Great Work Underway!

Children’s Wear Senior Class: Great Work Underway!

My fellow Children’s Wear designers and I have been hard at work on our garments for the upcoming show. We have lots of variety of styles and themes in class, from Baroque, Pop Cute, Vintage, Preppy, Urban, Grunge, the list goes on. We all have very different styles and ways of interpreting our themes. Me […]

March 25, 2013 | By | Reply More
Children’s Wear Senior Class: Fitting Fun

Children’s Wear Senior Class: Fitting Fun

A couple weeks ago we had our fittings! It was difficult at times, for many of us had to make several adjustments to our muslin prototypes in order to get the best final fit for later. The little girl we had for Size 5 was so patient, quiet, and sweet. We couldn’t ask for a […]

March 19, 2013 | By | Reply More
Children’s Wear Senior Class: What is it like being a Children’s Wear designer?

Children’s Wear Senior Class: What is it like being a Children’s Wear designer?

There’s so much beauty in being a Children’s Wear designer. It’s freeing, you can unleash your creativity without fear of it being unappreciated. People respond to your work with a happy expression of love and endearment, rather than a casual “nice” or a bland “interesting”. We put our work on display and it’s instant smiles […]

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