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School of Fashion facilities around the world offer the same technology and resources for the study of fashion and related fields.
Our sewing labs use industry-standard Juki machines; multi-thread Sergers; zig-zag, cover stitch, and pearl blind machines; pattern drafting tables; dress forms; and steam irons.
Fashion drawing and sketching classrooms let students explore and render their ideas before the first stitch is sewn.
Student work is regularly critiqued by fellow students, professors and industry guests.
Each student has their own drafting table and enough space to spread out sketches, fabrics or a computer in the classroom.
Fashion resource rooms are spaces to research fabrics, buttons, trends and style through an expansive collection of books, magazines and other materials.
Dress forms and other tools give shape to in-process creations.
Adobe Creative Suite, CAD software and large-format Gerber Infinity plotters let students create any pattern imaginable for their designs.