WindowsWear hosted a group of students from The University of Missouri during their New York City trip. These students are from the Department of Textile & Apparel Management, focusing on the apparel and textile supply chain.
Seneca College's Fashion Arts program offers you a career-oriented education for the fashion industry. As a Fashion Arts student you will study textiles (both woven and knitted), the history of fashion, computer-aided design and production methods. Through field placement, design competitions and volunteering you have an opportunity to experience the industry, build connections and develop individual creativity and growth.
Sheridan College has grown from a local college of 400 students to one of OntarioÂ’s leading post-secondary institutions, educating approximately 18,000 full-time and 35,000 continuing and part-time studies students every year on four campuses. Sheridan College has four campuses, one located in Brampton, Ontario, one located in Mississauga, Ontario, and two located in Oakville, Ontario.
New York Study Tour
New York City is a premier luxury marketplace, providing key leadership in the design, development, marketing, branding, finance, and retailing of luxury brands (Personal Luxury, Luxury Transportation, Experiential Luxury).
The first New York City Study Tour, an important component of the Global Luxury Management program, occurred during Fall Break 2013, providing students with Â“real worldÂ” learning experiences, combined with an opportunity to meet and learn from key global luxury industry executives.
In todayÂ’s textile and fashion world whether you are a small or big apparel retailer, window display is one of the most powerful armaments in the arsenal of tools you have in order to stand out from the competitors and draw foot falls into the stores.
A student at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Meghan Scanlon, prepared a report using WindowsWear PRO content to analyze display and style trends for August 2013. This was an assignment for Assistant Professor Shubha Bennur's Trend Analysis Class.
A student at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Meghan Scanlon, prepared a report using WindowsWear PRO content to analyze display and style trends for February 2013. This was an assignment for Assistant Professor Shubha Bennur's Trend Analysis Class.
The students from the University for the Creative Arts from the UK took a trip to New York City with their fashion management and marketing stduents, and participated in WindowsWear's Fashion Window Walking Tour as one of their top things to do.