International Fashion and Location Project: Brooklyn College, University of South Wales, RMIT (Melbourne) and AMFI (Amsterdam)

ImageFaculty at Brooklyn College, the University of Hyderabad, the University of South Wales, RMIT and AMFI are collaborating with their students on a project focused on fashion identities in different cities.  Adam Mulero, president of Brooklyn College’s Fashion Marketing club has created a Pinterest page of the Fashion Marketing students’ photographs on campus.  In Spring 2014 Students at Brooklyn College observed styles on campus and conducted interviews to find out whether there is a certain Brooklyn College style. They also looked at styles in different Brooklyn neighborhoods. Students from Brooklyn College, the University of South Wales, RMIT and AMFI (see below for more details) worked independently then collaborated, sharing ideas and learning from one another.

Here is the final project: Brooklyn, South Wales and Hyderabad Campus Styles

Brooklyn College campus style posts on Pinterest

http://www.pinterest.com/FashionMKTGBC/

Brooklyn College photos and interviews on campus

assignment 2 revised

University of South Wales

Cardiff Location Shoot

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Melbourne Tumblr

National Institute of Fashion Technology, Hyderabad
Participating Universities:
I. University of South Wales, UK

Patricia Brien MA
Course Leader BA (Hons) Fashion Promotion

 II. RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology), Melbourne Australia

Claire Beale and Kate Kennedy

III. AMFI (Amsterdam Institute of Fashion)

 Maaike Feitsma

Lecturer/researcher

IV.  Brooklyn College

Veronica Manlow

Associate Professor of Business, Finance and Business Management Department

V. National Institute of Fashion Technology, Hyderabad

Assistant Professor and Regional Industry Coordinator

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