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Ada Nieves on Letterman

 

Watch Ada Nieves on Letterman!

Congrats to our very first Pet Product Design & Marketing Certificate student – Ada Nieves!!! She was on David Letterman last night to talk about being a Pet Fashion Designer.

 


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Summer is Finally Here!

FROM A STYLIST

Fashionistas rejoice!

It’s officially Summer and we can shed those layers and put on some color! Michael Kors is the epitome of American fashion and he has  shown a wonderful way to wear Summer’s bold and vibrant colors with accessories we can use all year round…..classic natural brown leather. What better way to make yellow “sophisticated”, hot pink more bold and greens pop! Something so classic, so American, can make clothing so different.

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So go to your closet and pull out those leather belts, leather bags, leather sandals. No colored leather please. Just good old natural cowhide! Have fun! Summer is here but, hurry, it won’t last long.

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Sadia Seymour teaches SXS 100: Intro to Fashion Styling, SXS 110: Fashion Styling Confidential, and SXM 010: Styling Fit Fundamentals.

12 WAYS TO THINKING CREATIVELY IN COLOR

THE COLOR CORNER

#1. A good way to feel creative is to ask a question that has many correct answers.

# 2. If you’re stuck, try to find a way to refresh your perception – look at colors around you.

# 3. Break the rules, especially the ones that are conventional and that you use on a daily basis.

# 4. Make sure you are not emotionally involved with certain concepts. If you use only emotions you will often not see the benefits of other results. Think about colors that depict your emotions.

# 5. Reinvent your ideas. Challenge yourself by asking hard questions and use the new answers to create new ideas.

# 6. Allow the world to work for you. Look at the world and create ways of defining it in positive new ideas.

# 7. Be sure to take risks. Train for risks – like working out in a gym, taking a walk on the beach or in a stroll in the park. Be sure to take a risk several times a week.

# 8. Making mistakes lead to new ideas. Don’t be a perfectionist.

# 9. Try working in creative collaboration with others, the results will be rewarding.

# 10. Try looking at art continually to discover new outlets for your energy and color theories. The creative person has confidence that their ideas will lead to something good.

# 11. Try to think differently each day and not create any patterns of behavior. Your mind should run free to work creatively.

# 12. Do something good for someone else. Your creative juices will flow.

Barbara Arlen teaches SXC 100: Color Theory and Culture, SXC 110: Color Discovery Interactive Workshop, SXC 260:Color Painting Studio, and SXF 840: Career Opportunities for Working with Color.