Fashion Design

From FAB: Fashion at Bergen

Mary Bays, Director





Thayane Prado Ferreira
Faux Sherpa

Katie Hines
Plaid Wool Skirt with Vintage Ivory Blouse Trimmed with Lace

Miriam Rha Medina
Knit Jersey Top, Black and White Jersey


Julia Rios
Historically Correct Skirt
Wool

Melanie Salgado
Baby Leopard Multicolor Print

Stuti Sonawane
Indigo Blue Bodice and Violet Burnout Cocktail Skirt


Samira Riley- Lewis, Skirt Project, Wool.



Shane Brunetti, Final Project, Skirt

The Fashion Apparel Design program is designed for those students who desire a comprehensive, two-year, women’s apparel design curriculum. The program encompasses fashion milestones and current trends, textile science, conceptual design, sewing and garment construction, and collection development. In their final semester, students will participate in a capstone course that includes construction of garments from start to finish and the creation of a design e-portfolio. Graduates of the program will be prepared to further their academic studies. An associate’s degree in Fashion Apparel Design prepares students for careers as designers, technical designers and stylists.

The Fashion Design Program at BCCC offers the following programs:

AAS Fashion Design

COA Fashion Design Fundamentals

COA Fashion Product Development

For more information contact Professor Mary Bays at mbays@bergen.edu