Academy of Art University defines the fashion of the future

Academy of Art University is a private institution which operates as a for-profit organization. It was established in 1929 by Stephens R.S. as an Academy for Advertising art. It is an accredited institution. It includes both school based programs and online programs. Students can learn full time or part time.
Academy of Art University is a place where talent meets its discoverers. A new breed of talented personalities gets to be identified in the School of Fashion which showcase fashion during the New York Fashion Week. The school now prides itself in showcasing not ten, but 21 fashion showcases with the recent one held on 9th September 2017. This event took place at Skylight Clarkson Square.
In the event, there was a debut of five collections for womenswear and two for men. The designers who participated in the event enthralled the audience, some of whom are renown legends like Ms. J Alexander. The event was a presentation of the future of fashion would be. The participants showcase what they consider their vision for this industry. Jayne Foster commenting on the participants considers them to be “designers who will inspire the next generation of creatives.”
The work of Academy of Art University speaks for itself. Its alumni get to be nominated for the prestigious awards such as Oscar. This is not surprising given the designs presented in the fashion showcase at Skylight Clarkson Square.
The designers drew from diverse parts of the world including China. Designs were made from materials ranging from PVC and Vinyl and a combination of different materials. This work was presented by Zhou Hailun from China. On his part, Slezin Eden of Bay Area working on the inspiration of his life and what he loves took to vintage denim. His showcase presented the culture of individuality unique to San Francisco. From Los Angeles, Marie Lam’s inspiration was the emotions of the passing away of her aunt. She adopted luxury and softness in her materials. Rodriguez went traditional and took to embroidery combining machine and hand techniques. Shen from China was all about nature. Joanna Jadallah from Chicago was inspired by her ancestors who were exiles from Palestine. Klebanoff of New Jersey took her inspiration from the armor used by Japanese Samurai. Her designs also included their architecture and nature. Ryan Yu, China, was all about light and darkness. Shan, J’s appeal was Northwestern China.
Indeed, Academy of Art University can boast of its uniqueness. Its museum for automobiles which include a collection of vintage cars which are considered rare and most prized, the unique talents, including sport speak volumes about the achievements of the institution.