Parsons Students Debut Design Work at Lord & Taylor
This past Thursday, the AAS Fashion Studies program at world-renowned fashion design school Parsons showcased some standout looks at their annual AAS Line Debut. Taking place on the terrace atop Lord & Taylor in the heart of New York City's midtown, the show featured 40 looks hand-selected by a panel of professionals, and stars of the field such as Betsey Johnson were on hand to present achievement awards to alumni. Several graduating students were also recognized for their outstanding achievements in fashion:
At the event, Sarah Creagh was awarded the CRYSTALLIZED Swarovski Elements Award, which includes a $2,500 prize. The award was the culmination of a semester-long project in the course Accessories Studio in which students submitted sketches and received crystals to complete their design. Nicole Neeb and Maria Santos were selected as runners up, and received $1,000 prizes. Bloomingdales will showcase the designs from this studio in the fall.
The Line Debut event is specifically for graduates of the AAS Fashion Studies program, for students looking to get out in the field and launch their fashion career as soon as possible. Does that sound like you? Check out AAS programs from many fashion design college options at Get Degrees!
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