iTALK @ FGI October 10, 2012Posted by SCAD Fashion Department in : Design Resources , comments closed
October 2012 Fashion Group International NewsletterFGIOctober2012
PEACE SCARF DESIGN CONTEST October 10, 2012Posted by SCAD Fashion Department in : Design Resources , comments closed
Attention: Designers, Artists, Calligraphers – anyone who can draw!
PEACE SCARF DESIGN CONTEST
The Golden Rule Project to Inspire World Peace
To Enter, click here: http://www.sacredsilks.com/entry/form_new_2.php
This is an opportunity to design a meaningful fashion accessory that will become the pink ribbon of peace.
Design a silk scarf using the Golden Rules from all the world’s religions as shown below, or with a design that represents your idea of what the Golden Rule exemplifies.
Our judges are the Chairs of the top fashion design schools in the country and if your design is chosen, you will win $5,000 for 1st place, $2,500 for 2nd place or $1,000 for 3rd place.
TEXT TO USE FOR THE DESIGN
Your ‘Golden Rules’ design can be with or without the name and/or symbol of the religion/spiritual practices. Please submit your idea even if it doesn’t include the use of the text below, but you feel it will inspire people and exemplify the ‘Golden Rules’. Hint: we will lean favorably towards designs that incorporate all or most of the scriptures below.
And as ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise. Christianity
None of you truly believes until he wishes for his brother what he wishes for himself. Islam
Love thy neighbor as thyself. Judaism
Treat others as you yourself would be treated. Hinduism
The heart of the person before you is a mirror. See there your own form. Shinto
Make thine own self the measure of others, and so abstain from causing hurt to them. Buddhism
Choose thee for thy neighbor that which thee choosest for thyself. Baha’i Faith
In happiness and suffering, in joy and grief, we should regard all creatures as we
regard our own self. Jainism
Love is a complete unity with all that lives for all life is One. Religious Science
Oh Great Spirit, grant that I may never find fault with my neighbor until
I have walked the trail of life in his moccasins. Cherokee
One going to take a pointed stick to pinch a baby bird, should first try
it on himself to feel how it hurts. Yoruba (Nigeria)
If everyone were to practice this one principle, we would have world peace!
Below is a sample of a design that we created (it was done in 5 colorways, three are shown below). This design sold out, so imagine what your creative design can do! Design a scarf that you think people will love to wear.
• your design will be produced by Sacred Silks
• a 2% royalty on sales for three years
• your design will be produced by Sacred Silks
• your design will produced by Sacred Silks
Submit your design using the form below.
ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED
NO LATER THAN MIDNIGHT NOVEMBER 30, 2012.
Judges from the nation’s top design schools will choose the winners.
Simon Ungless, Director/Fashion Department
Academy of Art University, San Francisco
Amy Williams, Chair/Fashion Design
California College of Arts, Los Angeles
J.R. Campbell, Professor and Director/The Fashion School
College of the Arts, Kent State University
Colette Wong, Chair/Fashion Apparel
Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), New York
Jennifer Minniti, Chair/Fashion Design
Pratt Institute, New York
Catherine Andreozzi, Department Head/Apparel Design
Rhode Island School of Design
Carmella Spinelli, Chair/Fashion Design
Savannah College of Art and Design
WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED
DECEMBER 28, 2012
Sidewalk Radio’s “The Fashion Show” airs Today September 24, 2012Posted by SCAD Fashion Department in : Design Resources , comments closed
What is Atlanta’s style? In a word, versatile. In a genre, southern. Our friends and neighbors rock khaki, clubwear, hoodies, gingham, seersucker, sundresses, navy blazers, roper boots, jeans and “t’s”, and even couture. This diversity is not totally surprising, we are a bustling metropolis after all. What is surprising is the skyrocketing popularity of our style over the past few years. From the streets (and runways) of New York, to cooking it up on cable like Top Chef’s Hugh Acheson, from gracing the stage at the Grammy’s, to winning wardrobes in Hollywood, the South is hot. We’ve even got the world’s most desired undergarments coming out of Atlanta thanks to Sidewalk Radio friend, Sara Blakely and Spanx. But, it hasn’t always been this way. We’re joined by some of Atlanta’s favorite friends and faces in fashion to explore where we came from and why we’re now getting this major attention on the national stage. Hold on to your hats, y’all, it’s “The Fashion Show”, southern style.
Guests include: Sid Mashburn, Amy Flurry, Cynthia Crowder, and the great guys from Friedman’s Fine Shoes.
“The Fashion Show” airs Monday September 24th at 8:30am (partial segment) and 6:30pm (full show) on AM 1690 “The Voice of the Arts”. You can tune in or LISTEN LIVE online. Enjoy.
Fall Quarter Announcements September 19, 2012Posted by SCAD Fashion Department in : Design Resources , comments closed
• The Atlanta Fashion Department is offering the following workshops as an aid in the creative process of exploring collection ideas. The first in the series will be offered on Fridays, beginning September 28th, 2012, from 10:00 am -2:00pm in 550C. Workshop descriptions will follow shortly, and the location will be determined this week and posted on blog.
9/28/12 – Fabric Dyeing
10/5/12 – Resist/Discharge Dyeing (aka…Surface Design)
10/12/12 – Stamping/Mono Printing
10/19/12 – Rust Dyeing
10/26/12 – Fused Silk/Wool
11/2/12 – Beading
11/9/12 – Fused Glass
• Those who are interested, please respond, by email, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS and SENIORS- SCHOLARSHIPS and COMPETITIONS- KICK OFF MEETING
FRIDAY, SEPT 21, 2012- 2:00 p.m., CLASS 249
• Professor Bunin will be announcing the rules of the department scholarships and competitions. It is important you attend this initial meeting if you are interested in participating in any of the competitions. He will be presenting details for various scholarships (i.e. Geoffrey Beene, CFDA Teen Vogue, YMA Scholarship, NBAF Emerging Talent Scholarship, Liz Claiborne, Joe’s Black Book) ranging in scholarships from $3000.00 to $250000. The projects are wonderful portfolio builders and you must get started immediately and meet deadlines this FALL. There will be a sign up sheet at this first meeting for you to determine which scholarships you will be entering.
Red Carpet Green Dress Competition- KICK OFF MEETING
FRIDAY, SEPT 21, 2012- 1:00 p.m., CLASS 249
In its 4th year, Red Carpet Green Dress, is an international dress design contest started by Suzy Amis Cameron, environmental advocate and wife of Director James Cameron. The contest challenges student designers at SCAD and across the world to create an Oscar® worthy dress made entirely of sustainable materials. Professor Rachel Stone will be the faculty lead on this competition.
The winning design will be reveled on Oscar Night® at the 85th Academy Awards with an established actress wearing the design on the Red Carpet.
• Receive industry support and guidance from an established fashion designer to make the red
• Be supplied with the sustainable fabrics required to make their design in accordance with their
submission and within contest criteria
• Fly roundtrip to/from Los Angeles from the commercial airport located closest to the winner’s
home to spend three nights in Los Angeles, California
SCHOOL OF FASHION
• ALL SPRING and/or SUMMER PROJECTS should be picked up outside your recent professors doors by Friday, September 21st or the work will be thrown away.
• Color Printer in 255: TO BE USED FOR REQUIRED CLASS PROJECTS/ WORK. This printer is not to be used for personal or experimental purposes.
FASHION MARKETING and MANAGEMENT
• EXCITING FASM NEWS: FASM just acquired Visual Retailing (MockShop). Faculty will be trained this weekend and the students taking FASM 425 Visual Merchandising in Spring will learn how to use Mockshop.
NET-A-PORTER on Campus September 17, 2012Posted by SCAD Fashion Department in : Design Resources , comments closed
Atlanta Students- Please note that NET-A-PORTER will be presenting on campus. I encourage you to come out and learn more about this amazing company!
When: Monday, Sept. 24 at 8 p.m.
Where: DMC- Screening Room
Who: All class levels and majors are welcome to attend
ATTENTION SPRING ‘13 GRADS: September 13, 2012Posted by SCAD Fashion Department in : Design Resources , comments closed
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Meet Steve Madden at Dillard’s Atlantic Station! September 7, 2012Posted by SCAD Fashion Department in : Design Resources , comments closed
Meet Steve Madden at Dillard’s Atlantic Station!
SATURDAY, NOV 3rd from 2:00pm to 3:30pm
Receive a t-shirt, tote and photo, + a special gift with purchase on day of event!Design Resources , comments closed
Lecture: Anthony Prozzi, senior interior designer at Ford Motor Company
Posted on August 7, 2012 by SCAD ATL Interior Design
When: Wednesday, 15 August, 11am
Who: Anthony Prozzi, senior interior designer, Ford Motor Company
Did you know? Prozzi began his design career in fashion as a designer at Donna Karan.
Like a pencil on an artist’s pad, life moves in unexpected directions. Anthony Prozzi is proof of that. If not for a few curves, he might be a doctor, sketching and drawing as a hobby. But life’s unpredictability and a background in fashion led Prozzi to Ford, where he’s a senior interior designer creating the clean, sculptural interiors of today’s vehicles.
“Designing for me is fun and relaxing,” said Prozzi, a graduate of the College for Creative Studies (CCS) who joined Ford in 1999. “There’s a flow, a process of putting pencil to paper and getting lost in that whole process of design. You truly go into another zone.”
The work can be challenging. Customers are demanding more content in their vehicles that helps connect their technology in a safer way, which creates more places where engineering and design intersect. “I think the challenge to every program is making sure everyone shares the same vision,” he says. “Everyone needs to be on the same page and truly share the same goal.”
Prozzi is used to challenges. Growing up in New York, he attended a private school where his artistic bent was ignored and his acumen for math and science was encouraged. He eventually enrolled in premed at New York University, assuming he’d become a physician.
A side job at a high-end retail store changed everything. Prozzi became immersed in the world of fashion, and his knack for aesthetics and style was noticed by a freelance stylist for “W.” He eventually became a designer at Donna Karan and later studied at the Pratt School of Art & Design in Brooklyn.
Later, he learned about the concept of transportation design and transferred to CCS. “I was very intrigued by motion and flow,” Prozzi said. “And that’s exactly what I found in vehicles.” Prozzi finds that vehicle interiors are trending toward green and clean, with an emphasis on sculptural elegance. “Today, with all the turmoil going on in the world, I think people are seeking something really beautiful, really lasting,” he says. “They want something that will put a smile on their face.”
Fashion Star Open Call July 19, 2012Posted by SCAD Fashion Department in : Design Resources , comments closed
Fashion Star Open Call
What: Design your own fate and present five to ten original ready-to-wear pieces with your portfolio for the opportunity to be cast on the hit reality series.
Why: It’s your chance to be a fashion star, win a multimillion dollar prize, and launch your own collection in three of America’s largest retailers.
When: Sat., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Macy’s, Perimeter Mall, 4300 Ashford Dunwoody Rd. Learn more at fashionstarcasting.com.
PERONI Emerging Designers Competition July 16, 2012Posted by SCAD Fashion Department in : Design Resources , comments closed
The Italian brand PERONI has partnered with our agency to sponsor PERONI Style Atlanta:
Emerging Designer Competition – a runway competition. The competition will
take place in Atlanta, Miami and Chicago and will support a community of
emerging fashion designers and provide an outlet for aspiring designers to
showcase their talents utilizing a runway style competition. The goal is to
provide a platform for emerging designers to gain the attention of national
press, buyers, and angel investors to jumpstart their careers.
The winner of the Atlanta competition will win an all-expenses paid trip to
New York Fashion Week s/s 2013 in September.
This Tuesday, July 17, 2012, we are doing a designer casting call at Park
Tavern from 3pm – 7pm. During this casting call, we are looking to select
three designers who will compete on August 16 in a runway style fashion