AAS marketing – Hannah Reinehr

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PARSONS ALUMNI – Laurence and Chico F/W 2019 Runway

      Parsons alumni Laurence Li and Chico Wang presented their Fall/Winter 19 show at Chelsea Piers. Chico is the Creative Director, whereas Laurence is the illustrator and muse. Laurence attended the AAS Fashion Marketing program at Parsons, and interned at Barneys Buying Department during his studies. Chico majored in Fashion Design with a background in Visual Design. Laurence & Chico’s Fall/Winter 2019 was inspired by the designer duo’s recent trip to Thailand. Thai culture and cuisine are reflected in the collection through the use of bold colors, intricate beading and embroidery. Silhouettes reflecting traditional Thai garments are reinterpreted…

Alumni Brand Spotlight: HISAURA

AAS Design alum Gabriella Wells is the founder and designer of fashion brand HISAURA, created to offer designs for all levels of ability. Her beautiful, flowing designs focus on the wearer. “We offer an inclusive approach to fashion design, providing a positive outlook on human abilities.” Gabriella has a global perspective to fashion having lived across the U.S. and in Latin America. The overarching goal and mission of her brand is to bring a new standard of functionality and excellence to the fashion landscape. The silhouettes she crafts are fluid with a modern aesthetic, elegance, ease for the wearer and…

Textile Artist and Lace Expert visits Fashion Textile Survey Course

Earlier this semester, textile artist and lace expert Elena Kanagy-Loux (@erenanaomi) visited Sara Idacavage’s (@historyalamode) “Fashion Textile Survey” classes to teach our AAS marketing and design students about the social impacts of lace throughout history. Over the centuries, lace has been connected to a number of aspects related to wealth, power, and politics, making it one of the most significant (and expensive!) textiles in the history of fashion. After providing an overview of the numerous ways that lace has impacted fashion design and sociopolitical divides, from sumptuary laws to the democratization of fashion made possible through the industrial revolution, Elena…