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New York City: Fashion, Behind the Scenes
New York City, United States (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Spring
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Restrictions: Otis applicants only
Fact Sheet:
Program Type:
Faculty Led Open To: Fashion
Minimum Class Standing: Sophomore Credit Type: Studio
Course Name/ CRN: FASHION NYC: SOPH OPTION 1/ 10584 TH, FASHION NYC: SOPH OPTION 2/ 10585 FR # of Units Offered: 3
Non-Refundable Fee $150.00:
*Is charged only when one "Commits" to a travel program
Program Description:
NYC Fashion Stock Photo

ABOUT
We will begin our Fashion Travel Study to NYC by enjoying a Welcome Dinner in Manhattan at an authentic Italian restaurant. Soon after, we will have a private visit to renowned designer Isabel Toledo's studio where students will get a firsthand tour of her design facility and meet her in person. Students will next visit The Met's permanent Costume Collection with over 35,000 costumes and accessories representing 7 centuries of fashion. On Tuesday May 23rd, students will have the privilege of viewing the recently opened FORCE OF NATURE exhibit at The Museum At FIT, examining how the natural world has inspired fashion designers for centuries. The Guggenheim Museum, a significant architectural icon of the 20th century, will give students a chance to see the foundation's impressive collection of modern and contemporary art. A second designer studio will be visited, this time the celebrated Alexander Wang, where students will have the opportunity to engage in a Q&A with the famous designer. As part of their assignment for this course, students will do shopping reports in the Chelsea Neighborhood, Greenwich Village, and Soho which is known for its chic art galleries and interesting boutiques. They will explore the luxury fashion market as well by researching fashion trends on Madison Avenue and Fifth Avenue as well. Students will have a day where they can freely explore New York City further and revisit some of their favorite highlights, before our Farewell Dinner at an authentic Greek restaurant and our return trip home to LAX.


DESTINATION
New York City, New York


TRAVEL DATES
May 20, 2017: Arrive in NYC
May 27, 2017: Depart from NYC


INFORMATION SESSION
Date: OCT. 27
Room: Academic Building, 4th Floor
Time: 11:15am



COST
(based on a minimum of 20 paying participants, price subject to change based on number of participants)
$2,030
$2,520 (WITH FLIGHT INCLUDED)

 

INCLUDED
OPTIONAL FLIGHT/AIRPORT TRANSFERS ($491)
Seven nights Hotel accommodation in midtown Manhattan at the Hampton Inn Empire State Building
Subway transportation as needed
Dinner at Uncle Nick's Greek Restaurant
Dinner at Grotta Azzurra in Little Italy
Admission to the Guggenheim Museum
Admission to the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Visit to Greenwich Village & SoHo
Visit to the Chelsea Market


NOT INCLUDED
Visa/Passport Fees (if needed)
Personal Expenses



PROGRAM RESOURCES
Lead Faculty Contact, Mitra Rajabi
 

Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2018 11/01/2017 12/10/2018 TBA TBA