Academy of Art University Preparing Fashion Professionals for Evolving Fashion Business

Every year, many new talents and faces emerge from New York Fashion Week. As the fashion trends continue to change and evolve at a rapid pace, many new designers are coming to the fore through various platforms, and one of the most versatile and prestigious platforms is the New York Fashion Week. Discovering new talent is always a pleasant treat, and it is what The School of Fashion at the Academy of Art University has been doing for twenty-one times in a row. It held its 21st runway showcase at the prestigious venue, Skylight Clarkson Square. In the recent season, ten graduates from the popular BFA and MFA participated and showcased their collection, debuting two menswear, and five women wear collections.


As the background of the designers who debuted with their collections was diverse, it reflected in the collections they present. It left the audiences impressed and speechless, which included many famous names as well, including Ms. J Alexander and Sara Kozlowski. Endless hours have been put by these young designers to ensure that they can impress the audience and get the limelight at such a reputed occasion with the hope to transform fifteen minutes of fame to last forever. In the presence of such big names from the world of fashion, they were able to showcase their collections with confidence and present their vision as to what the future of fashion beholds.


Academy of Art University was founded in the year 1929 and is based in San Francisco. The institution boasts of having prepared some of the big names in the world of fashion and continues to develop and groom the fashion designers of the future. The institution is famous across the globe and has an inclusive admission policy, which is the reason it has some of the most diverse range of students from different nooks and corners of the world. The Academy of Art University provides practical training with a focus on providing its students with as much exposure possible to the real fashion world so that they are mentally and technically prepared when they enter the fashion business for real.

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Fabletics is Coming to Town

If you haven’t heard of Fabletics, then you are missing out on some fun and interesting clothing. The business may have started online, but now it’s taking over the brick and mortar retail market.


Starting Online


Fabletics started online as a subscription service. The way the online portion of the company works is that you can set up a subscription to the service monthly and then you will get an outfit in your style choice every month. The advantages are many as you can forget about it once you start and just get the outfit for your monthly fee and not have to leave your home. You also can stop your subscription if you need to for as long as you need to. This makes it easy if you are unsure about if you are going to be home one month or if you are short on cash. The online set up became so popular, the company decided to bring the clothing to stores.




After starting online for a few years, the company decided to expand their company reach to brick and mortar stores in some of the largest cities in the US. Currently, you can only find Fabletics in New York or Los Angeles, but they are looking at expanding soon. When you go to a store you can try on the many styes they have and decide if they have something you want in a different style from your subscription. Then if you like the clothing, you can purchase it and take it home with you. This works great if you are already away from your home and you decide to stop in to get something before your next exercise class. You won’t have to wait for your shipment and you can still get the clothing you know and love.


There are a lot of exercise clothing options out there, but you don’t want just any clothing. You want Fabletics. They are high quality and comfortable. They also are great for any time of day or night to wear. What more do you need from your exercise clothing?

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