Fashion School

Kent, OH — The Fashion School at Kent State University will present the Fashion School’s Annual Fashion Show, “FS²: Crescendo,” on Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30, 2016. The show, which highlights the outstanding talents of the Fashion School’s design and merchandising students, will be held at the Fashion School’s Rockwell Hall, located at 515 Hilltop Drive in Kent, Ohio. Saturday’s performance will also mark the induction of designer and business leader Josie Natori in the Fashion School Hall of Fame.

Six junior design students at the Fashion School recently displayed orchid-inspired garments at the Cleveland Botanical Garden.

The Fashion School at Kent State University is pleased to announce that designer and business leader Josie Natori will be inducted into the Fashion School Hall of Fame on April 30, 2016. The ceremony will take place as part of the Annual Fashion Show, presented the same evening.

Kent State University’s Fashion School will host the third annual Fashion/Tech Hackathon from Friday, Jan. 29, to Sunday, Jan. 31, in Rockwell Hall.

The Fashion School at Kent State University will host the third annual Fashion/Tech Hackathon from Friday, January 29 to Sunday, January 31 in Rockwell Hall. The Hackathon is a cross-curricular event allowing teams of student participants to create and innovate within the realm of wearable technology. It is presented in partnership with the Fashion School’s TechStyleLAB and Kent State’s LaunchNET (formerly Blackstone LaunchPad).

The Fashion School at Kent State University is at the forefront of knitwear design technology with its recent purchase of an industrial knitting machine.

The Stoll CMS ADF-3 multi-gauge knitting machine is capable of carrying 32 different yarns independently. Kent State University is the first fashion institution in the U.S. to acquire this top-of-the-line design and production tool, which the German manufacturer unveiled in 2013.

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