The Journey from Designer to Merchandiser

Coming from a Fashion Design background in Columbia, where Arbelaez was raised, School of Fashion Alumna Carolina Arbelaez moved to San Francisco to pursue a master’s degree in Fashion Merchandising, a career path she felt would connect the dots between design and the business side of fashion. Arbelaez states, “I wanted to see what happens…

Creating a New England Inspired Home with Anne-Marie Barton

Interior Designer Anne-Marie Barton designs a New England-inspired home rooted in tradition. By merging traditional East Coast charm with a fresh and inviting look, Barton focuses on key design details to build a sense of character into a new construction home. Through intricate moldings, coffered ceilings, fireplace mantles, and color schemes, the home is full…

Eleven Designers are Selected to Present Graduate Collections at CFDA Digital Showcase

Written for Fashion School Daily With many major events canceled due to COVID-19, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) hosts the annual Fashion Future Graduate Showcase (FFGS) in a fully digital format. The FFGS is dedicated to helping graduating students make their way into creative careers by providing visibility to the immense talent…

Planning Your Wedding With A New York Florist

Written for Rachael Ellen Events New York City is the perfect wedding location for couples wanting a bit of timeless romance mixed in with urban lifestyle. New York City is filled with art, history, historic monuments, five-star dining, and an abundance of options when it comes to picking your wedding vendors. From florists to venues…

Editorial Styling: Alice in Wonderland

Describe the story/concept. What are the references, icons, or muses that inspired the shoot? The concept behind this Vogue editorial is a high fashion take on the childhood fantasy Alice in Wonderland. The entire shoot is a remake of the original story and is inspired directly from the book as it recreates different scenes that…