Student News

10, February 2013

Sant’Angelo Exhibition Opened to Great Reception

  "Designing the Second Skin: Giorgio di Sant'Angelo 1971-1991", which ran from December 4, 2012 to December 14, 2012, was a great success.  As the first New York exhibition featuring the work of Italian-born American designer Giorgio di Sant'Angelo, Parsons The New School for Design and the MA Fashion Studies program should [ read more ... ]

Student News

04, February 2013

Kim Jenkins MAFS ’13, Featured Guest Speaker at Pratt Institute

This past November, Parsons MA Fashion Studies student Kim Jenkins, was featured as a guest speaker in conversation with Maria Echeverri, NYU graduate from the Visual Culture Costume Studies program, as part of Pratt Institute's "Fashion on 14th" lecture series.  Along with several other impressive projects, Kim also plays an integral [ read more ... ]

Student News

03, December 2012

Installing the Exhibition, Designing the Second Skin: Giorgio di Sant’Angelo

With the opening of the first New York exhibition featuring the work of Giorgio di Sant'Angelo just a day away, the Parsons graduate students are in the midst of installing the exhibition in the Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at 66 Fifth Avenue. [ read more ... ]

Student News

27, November 2012

Designing the Second Skin: Giorgio di Sant’Angelo 1971-1991

Parsons presents the first New York exhibition of the work of designer Giorgio di Sant’Angelo, an innovative Italian-born American designer from the 1960s through 1980s who explored the ways in which garments truly become the wearer’s second skin. Tuesday, December 4, 2012 - Friday, December 14, 2012 Parsons School [ read more ... ]

Student News

26, November 2012

Master’s Theses of the Inaugural MA Fashion Studies Class of 2012

The MA Fashion Studies program was founded as the first graduate program of its kind in Parsons’ School of Art and Design History and Theory in 2010. Envisioned as a program fostering the critical, cultural analysis of fashion, as object, image, practice, the students in this program have exceeded all expectations in contributing with [ read more ... ]