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Student Presentations

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26-4-2017 4:00 PM

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Four students presented their semester-long research projects. Alexa Foggia addressed the importance of visual merchandising to sales of fashion merchandise; Megan Spindell surveyed the history of what is known as New York Fashion Week, raising the question "Is New York Fashion Week broken"? Elaine Feola discussed the new career of fashion blogging as a business. Sierra Herrmann reviewed the history of American department stores, offering some reasons why these once-great retail establishments are in decline.

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Apr 26th, 4:00 PM

Student Presentations

Four students presented their semester-long research projects. Alexa Foggia addressed the importance of visual merchandising to sales of fashion merchandise; Megan Spindell surveyed the history of what is known as New York Fashion Week, raising the question "Is New York Fashion Week broken"? Elaine Feola discussed the new career of fashion blogging as a business. Sierra Herrmann reviewed the history of American department stores, offering some reasons why these once-great retail establishments are in decline.