Parsons 2017 Fashion Benefit

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AAS Fashion Design Alum Niyi Okuboyeio Interviewed by the Village Voice

Niyi Okuboyejo enrolled in an associate’s program at the Parsons School of Design, going on to work at Oscar de la Renta before starting Post-Imperial in 2012. Now, in addition to being the chief designer, Okuboyejo handles every other aspect of the business — “sales guy, production guy, everything,” he says. “On my business card, […]

Fashion Studies Research Methods: Symposium and Book Launch

This special event brings together the contributors to the new book Fashion Studies: Research Methods, Sites and Practices (ed. Heike Jenss, Bloomsbury 2016). This new anthology provides rich and nuanced perspectives on the use and combinations of methodological approaches to explore fashion in a wide range of contexts: from everyday fashion to experimental fashion design, from […]


Cuarderno 2016: Emerging Processes in Design Practice and Design Education COMMODITY (noun) Something that is bought and sold Something or someone that is useful or valued One that is subject to ready exchange or exploitation within a market VALUE (noun) The amount of money that something is worth; the price or cost of something Something […]

Coco Rocha x Simon Collins – In Conversation & Live Drawing – December 7th

Parsons Students and Faculty are invited to join supermodel Coco Rocha and Dean of Fashion Simon Collins for a 30 minute conversation followed by a live drawing session, as Coco Rocha poses for students as in her upcoming book “Study of Pose: 1000 Poses by Coco Rocha.” Both events will take place at 7PM on […]

Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire

  Written by: Luke Marshall Good, AAS Fashion Design Student I love death. Let me rephrase that: I love the events in life, whatever the reasons, that connect people. I admire the fortitude necessary of the spirit to face pain and suffering. I love considering artistic expressions whose goals are to assist an individual coping […]

Teslin Doud, Tory Burch Mentorship Award Recipient

  From the CFDA Blog. Congratulations to Teslin Doud on her CFDA Tory Burch Award!  Teslin is a senior at Parsons The New School for Design and her thesis collection, currently in development, is embedded with a sustainable focus and an appreciation for craft-based textile techniques. Teslin impressed her mentors with her process book – […]

Jay Godfrey Visits The School of Fashion

Written by Tanya Grover – AAS Fashion Marketing Student In the financial center of New York City, sitting in his cubicle trying to dig into the backbreaking work of spreadsheets, crunching numbers, and playing the customary investment banker, Jay Godfrey realized, something was definitely and terribly bizarre – when everybody was reading financial journals on […]