New York City is created up of five boroughs: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. She is the co-author, with Daniel James Cole, of The History of Modern Fashion (London: Laurence King, 2015) and is presently editing a book on American fashion designers. In fall 2014, he helped a team of students develop and publish LIM College’s new student style magazine, The Lexington Line, a style, culture and arts publication released once per semester. Of Produced in Italy as brand and meta-brand, style and history of women and political activism.
Recent public presentations include Flappers and Sheiks: Fashion in the 1920s” and The 1970s: Do Your Own Thing.” Quotations seem in a range of publications including Gentleman’s Quarterly, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Register, Wine Spectator and Fuscia, a style magazine based in Bogotá. It is the need of Dr. Dixon to analysis the internal and external variables that guide this groups’ style involvement.
Devona L. Dixon is an assistant professor in the Department of Loved ones and Customer Sciences in Style Merchandising and Style program at North Carolina A&T State University. Educated in art and design at British art schools, with a specialization in style and textiles, and gaining a Master’s degree at the Royal College of Art in London, Janice has worked extensively in the New York fashion market as a textile designer and art director, trend forecaster and vintage specialist. Mark ‘Connell is a Professor and System Coordinator of Style Research (FST) at Seneca College.
As an Educator, she has developed and taught courses on style, solution development and style history at NIFT in India, lectured on the college circuit in the UK, worked as an adjunct professor at Fit and, since 2008, at LIM College in the Merchandising division. Mr. Flicek established the New Ventures group of the Science & Technology Ventures Office at Columbia University in 1996. Lore Guilmartin is the Head of Instructional Services and liaison to the VCU Qatar’s Style Design and style and Liberal Arts and Sciences programs. In 2013, he enrolled into Parsons’ graduate system, Fashion Style and Society MFA.
Amanda Hallay is a full-time professor at LIM College, teaching courses that explore the relationship among fashion and the culture that wears it. Her courses include Cultural Connections to Fashion, Who Wore What When, Style History and Worldwide Attire, and POP CENTURY: Music in the Postwar Era. She sees herself as the Indiana Jones of style history and is constantly setting off on yet another adventure into the deep, dark, and distant previous to figure out why folks wore what they did. Celia Hartmann is Senior Associate for Archival Processing in the Museum Archives at the Metropolitan Museum in New York.