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B.F.A., fashion design, The Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design
"Think like an architect, define the future. Create new alliances and partnerships that will help develop and distinguish you, your brand and product. Follow your instincts, trusting in skill and innovation and don't be afraid to stand out-today's visionaries are tomorrow's future."
As chair of the fashion department, where, with faculty, he has developed new degree programs in accessory design, fashion marketing and management and luxury and fashion management. Miller conceived of the style lab mentorship program, enabling students to work with top designers who visit the department. Under Miller's leadership, the fashion department at SCAD has grown to be the second largest major at SCAD and the most comprehensive fashion program in the United States. In 2010 the department became its own school, the School of Fashion.
Nominated for the Marty award for menswear in California and Rising Star for Tag Rag
Consultant for Geoffrey Beene Scholarship committee, YMA
Sportswear International, the Los Angeles Times, Harper's BAZAAR, Women's Wear Daily, the Sartorialist, California Apparel News, Surface magazine, NPR, Ruby, etc.; keynote speaker for Color Group International
With 20-plus years in the fashion industry, Miller began his career as an assistant designer for Rosemary Brantley and worked for leading high end retailer ECRU, where he developed the first of two wholesale lines, ECRU prêt and Tag Rag for the Fetish group. He lived and worked in Milan, Italy, as a designer for Studio Francese, representing such companies as Pancaldi & B, Brunello Cucinelli and Lara Biagotti International and as corporate design director for Bum International, managing product development from concept through production.