Kent State University Fashion School

Digital Projects Librarian Virginia Dressler shows the collection of sketchbooks and scrapbooks of Pauline Trigere, which are being digitized by University Libraries.

New York couturière designer Pauline Trigère, whose career spanned more than five decades, left behind a legacy of fashion innovation meticulously preserved in volumes of sketchbooks and press clippings.  Those volumes have had a home at Kent State University Libraries since 1993 and soon will be accessible to everyone.  ...

Kent State students model original designs created by fashion school students during the school’s 2018 Spring Fashion School.

Kent State University’s School of Fashion Design and Merchandising is once again ranked high among the nation’s elite, according to Fashion-schools.org. For Fashion Design, the school has been rated #4 Nationally (top 3 percent of schools considered), #2 Nationally among public schools and colleges (top 3 percent of schools considered), a...

Kent State Fashion design seniors, Sarah Tothero and Breanna Weiss and another classmate have partnered with a faculty member in the College of Nursing to design special garments for older adults.

It’s important for people to feel good about themselves and one of the ways we do this is through clothing. Fashion design seniors, Sarah Tothero, Breanna Weiss, and Sydney Seezox, who will be graduating in May 2018, recently collaborated with Dr. Pat Vermeersch, a Geriatric Nurse Practitioner and faculty member at Kent State University Co...