Fiber Science & Apparel Design
Today at 4:30 PM in MVR 166N - join us for a presentation about the adventures of 16 Fiber Science and Apparel Design students and three faculty and all that we learned about fiber, textile, and apparel production in India
Just announced: we received the Richard Martin Exhibition Award from the Costume Society of America for our 2016 exhibition, "The Biggest Little Fashion City: Ithaca and Silent Film Style." We are very grateful to our collaborators at the Wharton Studio
Greetings all - we are reaching out to those of you who work in museums, university collections, retail spaces, as independent curators, or those who work for companies that produce mannequins. We are working with researchers Chloe Chapin and Samuel Neub
Team wins international competition merging fashion, science and technology
Treasures of the CCTC: A nightgown designed by Irene (also known as Irene Maud Lentz and Irene Gibbons) and worn by Greer Garson in the 1944 film “Mrs. Parkington.”
We love this Valentine’s Day outfit ❤️ and of course it’s worn by one of our undergraduate fashion students. Thanks to the College of Human Ecology at Cornell for chronicling student fashion in the “Uncommon Commons” photo series! 💌💌💌
Happy Valentine’s Day! ❤️
To dye for: Exhibit showcases naturally tinted textiles
Thanks to everyone who braved the snowstorm last week to see the Cornell Natural Dye Studio's latest exhibition at the Cornell Botanic Gardens!
Our very own Professor Jooyoung Shin weighs in about the shared uniforms that North and South Korea Olympians will wear at the opening of the PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games today.