Photo by Rebecca Gerhard. SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion and FilmÂ debuted its newest exhibition, "Shoes: Pleasure and Pain," with an opening reception April 13 for SCAD students, members and faculty.
Photo by Justin Chan. SCADstyleâ€™s panel discussion panelÂ held on April 10Â at SCADshow, was an exciting glance into the world of fashion publication. Special guests Kristina Oâ€™Neill, the editor in chief
Students flooded SCADshow to seeÂ Dallas Shaw at the latest SCADstyle event April 13. The turnout was so large, a venue change was needed to accommodate everyone. Photo by Justin Chan.
SCAD alumna Mary Kathryn Martinson may have graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in graphic design, but she chose to follow her passion for jewelry design, and she created
HereÂ are fiveÂ accessoriesÂ to help you start off the new quarter with a fresh look: 1. A new agenda. Having an agenda is one of the most important things to have when
Caroline Ruder, a fashion design graduate student at SCAD Atlanta, designed a formal gown made completely out of napkins for Georgia-Pacific's Susan G. Komen gala "Bubbles and Bling." The dress