Fashion Revolution Week Inspires Mending Workshop
April 19-25, 2021, is Fashion Revolution Week!
When healthcare professionals everywhere were waiting for the personal protective equipment they needed to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the fashion industry was there to prevent the fabric of their community from unraveling.
Southeast Ohio native Coral Wedel is the new Program Manager for Hocking College's Fashion Design and Retail Merchandising program.
Becoming a fashion designer is the ideal career for anyone with both a sense of style and the stamina to meet the physical and emotional demands of the fashion industry.
With more than 139 million users, Netflix is one of the top platforms for watching shows and movies, especially during the cold winter months in Ohio.
If you’ve ever entered a department store and admired the selection of sizes and styles of clothing you had to choose from then the person you need to thank for that pleasurable shopping experience is that businesses retail manager.
Fashion designers initiate and oversee the entire creative process that goes into creating articles of clothing-from conception to finished garment.
Is your dream to become the next Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren or Donna Karan? Would you one day like to follow in the footsteps of these famous designers by starting your own signature clothing line? However, is the only thing holding you back from pursuing this dream the fear that starting your own company might be more than you can handle?
Throughout history, fashion designers have played a pivotal role in both shaping and reflecting radical shifts in our social consciousness. The following fashion trail blazers helped herald the following social leaps and bounds dating from the 1920’s to the 1980’s: