×
58 977
Fashion Jobs
GAP INC.
Asset Protection Coordinator - Kansas City
Permanent · Kansas City
GAP INC.
Regional Manager, Asset Protection - Great Plains
Permanent · Denver
GAP INC.
Manager, Strategic Sourcing- Operations
Permanent · Groveport
GAP INC.
Asset Protection Lead - tn
Permanent · Gallatin
NORDSTROM
Asset Protection Service Ambassador - Desert Ridge Rack (Phoenix, az)
Permanent · Phoenix
NORDSTROM
Finance Manager - Supply Chain
Permanent · Seattle
NORDSTROM
Asset Protection Agent - Desert Ridge Rack (Phoenix, az)
Permanent · Phoenix
PUMA
Junior Human Resources Business Partner
Permanent · Carlsbad
PUMA
sr. Director, Sales - City Specialty
Permanent · Somerville
ABERCROMBIE AND FITCH STORES
Abercrombie & Fitch - Manager in Training, International Market Place
Permanent · Honolulu
AESOP
Full-Time Retail Consultant | Free Market
Permanent · Denver
AESOP
Part-Time Retail Consultant | Free Market
Permanent · Denver
NEIMAN MARCUS
Men's Sales Manager - Fashion Island
Permanent · Newport Beach
TALENT
Production Manager - Footwear
Permanent · New York
MACY'S
Asset Protection Detective, Queens Center - Standard Part Time
Permanent · New York
MACY'S
Asset Protection Detective, Lakeline Mall - Full Time
Permanent · Cedar Park
MACY'S
Asset Protection Detective, Florida Mall - Full Time
Permanent · Orlando
MACY'S
Manager, Omni Operations
Permanent · Columbus
MACY'S
Manager, Style Merchandise Execution
Permanent · Auburn
MACY'S
Senior Manager, Government Risk & Compliance
Permanent · Johns Creek
MICHAEL KORS
Vice President, Global Planning Systems
Permanent · East Rutherford
COTY
Visual Merchandising Manager
Permanent · Miami
Published
Jul 13, 2016
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

Parsons and Project announce 'Next in Class’ activation

Published
Jul 13, 2016

Parsons School of Fashion and Project New York announced on Wednesday that they have partnered to debut “Next in Class,” a new section offering the school’s recent graduates an opportunity to expand and grow their businesses.



 
The “Next in Class” designers, which includes Private Policy, Ming Peng, Adi Mucktar-Barnes, Ace Kim and Raymond Natale, will exhibit their SS17 collections to luxury retailers, buyers and e-commerce vendors. Parsons and Project handpicked the five designers for the launch of the section.
 
"This is something PROJECT has been interested in doing for some time now as education is a huge driving force in what we do. The Parsons partnership came naturally and we are excited to help aid in the process of fostering these talented young designers and the future of menswear," states Erik Ulin, President of PROJECT and Men's Fashion at UBM.

“Next in Class” designer Ming Peng was named the 2016 Parsons Menswear Designer of the Year and Ace Kim was a Kering x Parsons 2016 Finalist. Also, Private Policy presented at New York Men’s Day on July 11, 2016 during New York Fashion Week: Men’s.
 
"Our recent graduates are innovative and talented designers at the forefront of men's fashion design," said Burak Cakmak, dean of Parsons School of Fashion. "I'm thrilled that our partnership with PROJECT will help the designers showcase their collections to a wider audience and engage with the wholesale community."
 
Project New York will be held at the Jacob Javits Center from Sunday, July 17 through Tuesday, July 19.

Copyright © 2022 FashionNetwork.com All rights reserved.