Fashion Accessories Design
CCS Fashion Accessories Design Student Displays Work at Graduate Fashion Week
CCS Fashion Accessories Design student, Katie Krueger, has work selected for display at this year's Graduate Fashion Week in London, England. Her unique work caught the eye of The National Student, where she was recently featured.
Inspiring Design: Hannah Whitefoot, CCS Fashion Accessories Design
Senior Fashion Accessories Design student Hannah Whitefoot is creating innovative, sustainable design, and, even before graduating from CCS in May 2019, she’s been putting her considerable skill to the test at work wear and outdoor apparel legend Carhartt.
Fashion Accessories Design Students Secure Summer Internships with Top Brands
Each year, students at the College for Creative Studies look forward to securing internships with top employers around the country and the world. 2019 is no exception, as CCS faculty, facilities and resources give these young professionals a considerable advantage.
CCS Takes Center Stage at GM’s ‘Be The Spark’
General Motors recently threw 'Be The Spark — Women Inspiring Innovation,' an event highlighting women in design. Five Detroit designers, including CCS alumna Veronika Scott and chair of Fashion Accessories Design Aki Choklat, spoke on values in design and the challenges of innovation at the GM Tech Center Design Dome in Warren in celebration of Women’s History Month.
Fashion Accessories Design Chair involved in bringing fashion manufacturing to Metro Detroit
Fashion Accessories Design Chair Aki Choklat attended planning meetings and helped coordinate a visit to Detroit for representatives from the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA). as part of the Industrial Sewing and Innovation Center (ISAIC) initiative to bring fashion manufacturing to the Metro Detroit area.
Chair of Fashion Accessories Design Aki Choklat served as a judge at Graduate Fashion Week in London
Fashion Accessories Design Chair Aki Choklat served as a judge at Graduate Fashion Week in London. Choklat also presented the Swarovski Sustainable Accessories Competition Award, which was announced during Graduate Fashion Week.
WATCH ME WORK: Darrin Brouhard, Instructor, Fashion Accessories Design
Brouhard teaches handbags and small leather goods in the Fashion Accessories Design (FAD) program. He is also a pattern and sample maker of fine leather goods for Shinola and a designer of his own rugged yet modern messenger bags, totes and duffels. They are all beautifully crafted and built to last — benefitting from his CCS education, a lifetime of sewing, as well as experience up and down the scale of production from the first cut to the finished product.