The Academy of Art University Reviewed by the Huffington Post
In a recent article from the Huffington Post, Stephan Rabimov reviews the 21st annual contribution from the Academy of Art University. Rabimov owns his own fashion magazine, DEPESHA. In this article he discusses the Academy of Art University’s biggest contributions to the New York Fashion Week.
NYFW is one of the most popular events in fashion. Everyone involved in the fashion industry in a major way goes to this high profile event. It’s a great honor for students to present at the New York Fashion Week Showcase because it gives attention to the work that they spent so much time completing.
The Academy of Art University’s Fashion School brought out their best artists to present this year. The group consisted of diverse designers from all around the planet, including one from mainland China and another from Maine. The article includes a video and several pictures presenting some of the best looks on the runway that evening. Many of the designers used industrial fabrics and some even experimented with PVC in their designs for a rather interesting appearance.
About the Academy of Art University
The Academy of Art University was founded in 1929 by a husband and wife team in San Francisco. They started out with around 45 students, and that number grew substantially by 1985 when the school taught 5,000 students. At that time the school became accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.
It has always remained under the guidance of the same family, and now the school is led by the granddaughter of the founders. She has brought in more programs and training for artists of diverse backgrounds, and she has expanded the network of students to over 14,000, according to their website.
The Academy of Art University offers a wide array of courses for all types of students. They offer pre-college courses, undergraduate programs, graduate programs, and plenty of other types of degree and non-degree offerings. Their course catalog is available online along with plenty of other information for interested applicants.