Fashion and Textiles Specialization
Our program trains students in fashion
production and technical design, apparel quality control, sustainability
practices, digital design, fabric manipulation and surface design, textile
design, fashion history, textile research and development, and fashion
journalism. Using the Queens College Costume Collection, our students learn
museum practices for collections management and fashion curation.
Our graduates find jobs as fabric
coordinators, assistants to textile agents, accessories supervisors, textile
and production coordinators, assistant designers, quality control associates,
and assistants to pattern makers. They also work in retail fashion management,
and in museum and fashion archives.
For more information, please contact Advisor Emily Ripley email@example.com