Ethnically-diverse college campuses provide students the chance to study and collaborate with undergraduates from racial and ethnic groups that are distinct from their own. Additionally, his study and experience on style and luxury marketing have been featured at the Washington Post, Complex Magazine, Luxury Day-to-day, CBS Radio San Francisco and Wharton Organization Radio. Jessica Lertvilai presently manages and develops the Supplies & Items Collection for Central Saint Martins and The London College of Style in the United Kingdom.
Jessica has received her Masters in Industrial Design from Central Saint Martins, BA Fine Art at York University and a Crafts & Style Diploma in Furniture at Sheridan College Institute in Toronto, Canada. They have been Visiting Scholars and Researchers at Columbia University of New York and at the Getty Analysis Institute of Los Angeles.
Jorge has also been Visiting Critic at Helsinki University of Technology and researcher at Politecnico di Milano and Lola was researching at the Architectural Association of London. She has written curriculum for a Style Advertising course and developed a Fashion Club for high college students. Investigation interests include network culture in fashion/dress and the intersection(s) in between style and the digital humanities.
Mark is also concurrently pursuing an MA in fashion theory at Ryerson University with a analysis focus on integrating ethics and sustainability into design curriculum. Fashion, Identity, Globalization (co-editor, Routledge: 2009) Writing Style in Early Modern Italy. From Sprezzatura to Satire (Ashgate: 2014) The Cultural Economy of Produced in Italy (Style Practice: 2014) Style is a Severe Business. He is also director of the FATM, a analysis center that focuses on management issues in the fashion and textile industry.
She has also co-curated the exhibition The Fabric of Cultures, Queens College, The Godwin-Ternbach Museum (Spring 2006) and Fashion + Film: the 1960s Revisited, The James Gallery at the Graduate Center (Spring 2010). Gerhard Schewe is editor-in-chief of the ZFO, the top German journal for research in organisation and management, and he is a correspondent for Germany for IAMOT, the International Association of Management for Technology. Previously, she worked as the Archivist/Librarian at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History from 2010 to 2013. Dr. LeeAnn Turegon-Rutkovsky’s analysis and expertise is the international business culture of style.