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Fashion Magic 16 March 2020

Fashion Magic

Students attend fashion trade show

A handful of lucky Fashion Design and Merchandising students travelled to attend Magic, the premier couture and fashion industry event held yearly in Las Vegas. FDM professor Andy Reilly escorted the students, who got to see lavish displays, attend seminars, and meet and mingle with some of fashion’s brightest stars. These images tell the story in the students’ own words. 

Gender Bending 16 March 2020

Gender Bending

New collection examines intersections of gender and fashion

Andy Reilly (Fashion Design & Merchandising) just published Crossing Gender Boundaries, which he co-edited with Ben Barry. This collection presents some of the most recent scholarship on the relationship between gender and fashion in historical and contemporary contexts. Through fourteen essays divided into three groups—looking at how dress creates, disrupts, and transcends gender—the chapters investigate gender issues through the lens of fashion. 

Wearable Design 21 January 2020

Wearable Design

Fashion students invited to enter contest to create CTAHR apparel

Calling all FDM majors and minors: Check out this contest to create a design that illustrates the college’s impact and diversity and looks great! Win great prizes and big bragging rights! CTAHR is going to be making new shirts and other apparel that will allow faculty, staff, students, and friends to represent the college.

Gay Styles 21 January 2020

Gay Styles

FDM professor presents on sexual identity and appearance

Fashion Design and Merchandising professor Andy Reilly gave a keynote address at the conference “Millennial Masculinities: Queers, Pimp Daddies, and Lumbersexuals,” at Massey University,  Wellington, New Zealand. The conference was geared toward scholars who examine the intersections of gender and appearance.

See the Dragons 23 December 2019

See the Dragons

Exhibition of rare robes will greet Chinese scholars

Shu Hwa Lin, in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, is preparing a special costume exhibition for the Hawaii International Conference on Chinese Studies to welcome international scholars and conference attendees. The exhibition will highlight three rare and beautiful Chinese Qing Dynasty dragon robes.

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