Spring Break 2014 in Paris: A fashion adventure
Earn three credits while experiencing the city of Paris from March 2-8, 2014. You’ll learn from and network with fashion professionals, visit museums, go shopping, and experience Parisian style.
The cost for the trip is $3,450, which includes classes, hotel and breakfast, airfare, two dinners, museum passes, and a bike tour and boat cruise.
Contact Chris Baeza for more information. A $500 deposit is due as soon as possible to hold your spot.
Fashion Alumna Honored
Immaculata alumna Tina Corrado has been involved in the fashion industry for over 15 years. She opened her “dream come true” store, Posh, in 2007 after spending time in the fashion industry. Tina’s experiences in the industry were diverse and included personal shopping, styling, merchandising, buying, design, and management.
Tina has always had an eye for what styles work for different women’s bodies and takes great pride in making women feel great about themselves. Tina’s dream of opening a fine women’s apparel and accessory boutique was born out of this natural knack for dressing women.
Tina’s passion for the industry shines through in her commitment to quality customer service. While certainly a fashionista herself, Tina’s honest and friendly approach is far from elitist; instead, her style of working with her clients is more reminiscent of shopping with a friend.
In addition to quality service, Tina has a passion for beautiful and distinctive fashions. Posh’s perfectly merchandised inventory demonstrates this dedication to quality merchandise, designer names, and unique style.
Tina has been one of the Immaculata Fashion Merchandising program’s biggest advocates and supporters. With Tina’s help, many Immaculata fashion students have successfully completed internships and easily found jobs in Tina’s own boutique.
Because of Tina’s dedication to the Fashion Merchandising program at Immaculata University, we acknowledge her with the Alumni Certificate of Recognition.
Articulation Program at St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls
Immaculata University offers fashion classes, such as Introduction to Fashion and History of Costume, at St. Hubert’s, allowing high school students to earn college credit.