Marist Fashion Magazine 2016, Vol.3

Marist Fashion Magazine 2016, Vol. 3

The Fashion Magazine At Marist (FM/AM), formally Marist Fashion, is the culmination of a year long course by students from across the fashion department [The four-year curriculum offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Fashion Design, with supporting minors in Product Development or Merchandising, or a Bachelor of Science degree in Fashion Merchandising, with concentration options in Business, Product Development or Fashion Promotion.] Working in separate groups of writers and designers, the aim is to create a magazine to inspires, delights, that informs its viewers.

I work directly with the students to bring the design ideas up to the industry standard, and create the final product with faculty advisor of this special project, Melissa Halvorson.

Ms. Melissa L. Halvorson, Professional Lecturer & Special Projects Coordinator

Ms. Melissa L. Halvorson, Professional Lecturer & Special Projects Coordinator

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The Marist students’ work was selected for recognition from among 6,420 national entries in the print news and magazine category in the 33rd Gold Circle Awards program. The Marist awardees are:


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1st Place, Non-Fiction Interview for “Cobblery, The Practice of Problem Solving” by Sabrina Whitford ’18, Communication major, Pasadena, Cal.

2nd Place, Non-Fiction Article for "Prime Amazon, The Race to Now" by Melissa Annecchini, Fashion Merchandising major, Kansas City, Mo.

2nd Place, Non-Fiction Article for “Prime Amazon, The Race to Now”
by Melissa Annecchini, Fashion Merchandising major, Kansas City, Mo.

Certificate of Merit, Alternative Story Form for "60 Hours" by Kara Sweeney '17, a Fashion Merchandising major from Blauvelt, N.Y., who wrote and designed the piece, and Isabelle Hanke '18, also a Fashion Merchandising major, from West Hartford, Conn., who photographed the design of Kristen Wong '17, a Fashion Design major from North Easton, Mass.

Certificate of Merit, Alternative Story Form for “60 Hours”
by Kara Sweeney ’17, a Fashion Merchandising major from Blauvelt, N.Y., who wrote and designed the piece, and Isabelle Hanke ’18, also a Fashion Merchandising major, from West Hartford, Conn., who photographed the design of Kristen Wong ’17, a Fashion Design major from North Easton, Mass.

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