Tuesday, December 22, 2009

THE DATE HAS CHANGED! Save the Date... Do not miss this event!

Please click on the image below...

SAVE THE DATE! January 25, 2009
Though we don't have updated posters, yet, this event HAS been moved to January 25.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Fashion Show Coordinator has Requested Your Help.

The 2010 Shades of Black Runway Show is scheduled for February 2010, and they are seeking up-and-coming designers, as well as volunteers to work as dressers, ushers, etc. The event will be hosted at Hotel Palomar and coincides with NBA All-Star weekend.

Check out the press release HERE, and if you are interested, please email Tonisha Johnson at dentries@sobmagazine.com.GOOD LUCK!

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Pin Show! Pin Show!

The Pin Show is Texas’ Premier Event for the Independent Fashion Industry. Take this opportunity to showcase your Independent line on a runway before your target market, including industry buyers, reps, retailers & clientele. The Pin Show staff will produce the perfect environment to introduce your line for 2010. Designers will be hand selected by our committee of producers and fashion industry professionals.

Where do you come in… The producers of this annual show solicit volunteers to work behind the scenes in hair and makeup, as runners, stylist, and photographers. Please visit http://www.thepinshow.com/ for complete details in regards to this event. Should you decide to volunteer, please link from the Homepage to “Participate” and then click the “volunteer” link that most interests you.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Read all about it: Dallas Fashion and Art Event

Some of you may remember that our Art Institute grad, Monica Pi, was one of the organizers for a really fantastic and important art and fashion event called "Yolk." Well, another event is upon us.

The Dallas Fashion and Art event is scheduled for January 28, but the DEADLINE to apply to submit your work as an Artist or Designer is December 15! If you would like your work to be featured, please enlarge and read the image below. This is especially applicable to graduates who already have a good collection of pieces and students who have taken enough design/construction classes to show their work:

If you are interested, the application for Fashion Design is here. You can enlarge, print, and complete. Email Michelle Roy at mroy99@yahoo.com to let her know that you would like to submit your completed application. She will let you know where to send it/drop it off:

Don't want to be a featured Artist/Designer? Don't worry! There is still opportunity for you to participate. The event organizers are seeking DRESSERS! If you are interested, please send an email indicating that you are available to help, along with your resume, to Rebecca Hargreaves, Head Wardrobe Stylist at rebeccahargreaves@hotmail.com.