Telvin Florence, an apparel design major at Auburn University calls Spidle Hall, where his classes and lab are located, his second home. The life of a fashion major is time-consuming, but Florence believes it is worth it.
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One of the classes that Florence takes as part of his major is 3750, in which “you get to be as creative you want,”…Continue
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The quaint shops that line the streets of downtown Auburn are loved by locals, students and visitors from all around. Behind the Glass is a boutique located on Magnolia Avenue, and its eye-catching charm brings in many customers.
While many people enjoy shopping at this boutique, not everyone knows the history of…Continue
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Calling all fashionistas, this year’s Runway of the World is sure to spark interests of anyone looking for fun, fresh ideas for spring. This annual event is presented by the Apparel Merchandising and Design Association of Auburn University.
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The College of Human Sciences is one that brings many of their students big opportunities, much like Auburn University as a whole. One department, the Department of Consumer Affairs, offers degrees varying from apparel merchandising to interior design.
Each degree has multiple achievements to be proud of. Interior Design is fully…Continue
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This past Tuesday Victoria's Secret held their annual Fashion Show on CBS. The Auburn VS PINK campus representatives, Ashley McElduff and Nikki Little, had a viewing party at Zazu Gastropub to watch this glamourous event.
The Auburn VS PINK…Continue
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Victoria’s Secret PINK Campus Reps, Ashley McElduff and Nikki Little, will host a special viewing party for the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on Tuesday, Nov. 29 at Zazu Gastropub. This “Pink Carpet” event will have free…
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In lieu of the start to college football season, I find it only appropriate to focus on game day attire this week. Game day demands clothing that caters to both comfort and a distinct color palette — orange and navy being Auburn’s school colors. Local boutiques in downtown Auburn allot entire sections of their stores to football season clothing and accessories. Despite local business efforts, it sometimes can become a competition of “who wore it better” when…Continue
Added by Kendall Wangman on September 23, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments
War Eagle Fashionistas/os!
At 20-years-old I am: a devoted Vogue reader, an inconsistent blogger, an avid online-shopper, a recovering shop-a-holic (with the occasional... okay, often... retail relapse), a junior majoring in Journalism at…Continue
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The 70’s were a time for bell bottoms and mid drifts; the 80’s a time for big hair; the 90’s who could forget the high wasted jeans. Now, we are in the 21st century and it is time to see what will be said about its fashion.
The school of fashion at Auburn helps students to pursue different areas of fashion…Continue
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Auburn University is one of the top schools for the major of apparel merchandising and design (AMDP). The course work for this major prepares students for careers in the textile, accessory and apparel industries.
After graduating students seek careers as retail buyers, sales managers, fashion coordinators, fashion forecasters, fashion journalists or sales representatives. AMDP provides endless career…Continue
Added by Morgan Dorsett on February 22, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments
The decision to come to Auburn University leaves students with seemingly endless options and opportunities. After receiving their acceptance letters, incoming freshman must start deciding which college will be the best fit for them. They can choose anything from English to poultry science. With all those choices, senior Kristin Lett chose a path less chosen: Apparel Merchandising, Design and Production .…
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The fashion industry is one of the most fast-paced and cutthroat businesses in the world, one that many admire but only few can handle.
Last summer Kellie Celia, a senior majoring in public relations at Auburn, got the chance…Continue
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