Fashion Show Production Class to Hold Three Shows
Apr21

Fashion Show Production Class to Hold Three Shows

Students in Immaculata University’s Fashion Show Production class will be presenting three fashion shows throughout the area. Each show features an apparel partner and proceeds benefit an important charity that has been selected by the students. The fashion shows begin on Thursday, April 23 and conclude on Sunday, April 26. Putting theory into practice, the students will be applying what they have learned in the classroom to the...

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IU Student Selected for ITAA Design Exhibit

Philadelphia resident (19131) and Immaculata University student Chantel Morgan ’16 was selected from among 300 entrants to exhibit at the International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) Design Exhibit.  The 2013 ITAA Annual Conference and Design Exhibit takes place October 15-18, in New Orleans. Beginning her sophomore year at Immaculata, Morgan is a Fashion Merchandising major.  Her design that will be exhibited at ITAA, a...

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Fashion Student Selected for Design Exhibit
Jul30

Fashion Student Selected for Design Exhibit

Monroe County resident (from Tobyhanna, PA) and Immaculata University student Danielle Palmisano ’14 was selected from among 300 entrants to exhibit at the International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) Design Exhibit.  The 2013 ITAA Annual Conference and Design Exhibit takes place October 15-18, in New Orleans. Beginning her senior year at Immaculata, Palmisano is a Fashion Merchandising major.  Her inspiration for the dress...

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IU Fashion Show

Immaculata University’s Fashion Merchandising students produced a Fashion Show, Enliven & Inspire on Thursday, May 2, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in the Great Hall.  Proceeds benefited Wings for Success, a local non-profit that provides work-appropriate clothing to economically disadvantaged women. Chris Baeza, director of the Fashion Merchandising program at Immaculata University, noted that “Our students are dedicated to inspiring the...

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