Posts Tagged ‘Fashion Communications Milestone’

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, May 14th, 2020

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

Concrete Runway

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, April 20th, 2017
Newhouse School of Public Communications: Freedom of Expression Fashion show (circa 2008)

We miss the presentation/runway event coordinated by the Newhouse School of Public Communications and Visual and Performing Arts. It was one of the highlights of the Syracuse fashion experience. The 2008 politically-themed show was called Freedom of Expression.

Design Mind State

Saturday, April 6th, 2013
Brother Can You Spare a Dime-a look at the factory age

Brother Can You Spare a Dime-a look at the factory age

Last night was the 6th Annual Milestone Fashion Show at the Newhouse School of Public Communications. The major organizing principle during the show was affordable fashion and thrift wear. The program (a collaboration between Newhouse and VPA) featured six sections divided into a 9 to 5/Work to Play theme.

Kudos to the students, who showed that fashion can be a barometer for the times and still be creative.

Business Professional: Fashion's Conscience

Serious Playtime

A salue to the working mothers (who staff the Newhouse School)

A salute to the working mothers (who staff the Newhouse School)

College to Workplace

Spring into the Season

Transforming Imagination

Transforming Imagination

Work to Play: If You Can't Beat Them...Join Them

Work to Play: If You Can’t Beat Them…Join Them

Sustainability in Fashion? You Betcha!

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010
Shelly Griffin: Cents + Sense-Ability

Shelly Griffin: Cent$ + Sense-Ability

A statistic was cited during the recent Cent$ + Sense-Ability Fashion Show at The Newhouse School of Public Communications last week that the average American discards about 68 lbs of clothing and textiles each year.

In an effort to show that fashion too can ride the current wave of sustainability, this year’s annual fashion show for the Fashion Communication Milestone featured recycled materials, clothing, and material found in the trash. A host of material was donated by the Rescue Mission. The student designs promoted “Fashion in a Recession.”

A few of the evenings highlights included: hairstyles featuring soda cans as well as, Tina Fey impersonator and Newhouse Program Coordinator Shelly Griffin (pictured above).

Michele Palotta, Sophmore at Syracuse University

Michele Palotta, Junior at Syracuse University