The Academy of Art University gave students this year a challenge to create the fashion of the future during New York Fashion Week. This was a huge opportunity for students to show off their creative talent and unique designs for what the future of fashion will look like. The students were able to use a wide range of fabrics and materials unique to this event for creating their designs. The impressive showcase of emotion in this year’s designs was a testament to the student’s inspiration, using experiences from their daily lives. The students selected came from very diverse backgrounds which allowed for many unique showcases of different cultures.
With many of the students using their personal lives as inspiration, there was a lot of insight to be had when watching this year’s showcase. There was a high level of communication with each piece that was shown off, many of which were wowing the audience. In the audience was also many leading executives in the fashion world which has good impressions on based off of this year’s show. All of the student’s creations this year were positively received by the audience.
The Academy of Art Universty was originally started up as an advertising university, but it has since grown tremendously, and today they offer various degrees to their students studying fashion. There are a number of art programs available to students at the university as well where they can keep up with all of the latest topics relating to fashion. The University continues to advance each year, expanding on its programs and research into the fashion industry to remain a leading fashion school.
One of the main advantages of an institute like the Academy of Art University is the hands-on experience that they offer to their students as part of their curriculum. This experience goes a long way in improving every student’s opportunities in the future. The teachers working at the institute are world-renowned and hand-selected in order to provide the highest level of education and therefore success rates for its students. The incredible opportunities offered at this cutting-edge university give students an early and advantageous foothold into the fashion industry.
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The Squaw Valley Ski Resort has always been known for placing the safety and security of its visitors at the top of its list of priorities, which has proven to be true in recent weeks after a water contamination issue was identified quickly in the Upper Mountain region of the resort. The slopes have remained open across the mountain despite the fact Squaw Valley voluntarily shut down the water supply to Upper Mountain areas, such as Gold Coast and High Camp in a move that has been successful with no sickness or medical conditions being linked to contaminated water use at the resort.
Squaw Valley Public Relations Director Liesl Kenney has reported the contamination came after an inundation of water was seen following a major storm in the Lake Tahoe region, which pushed a large amount of bacteria into four isolated wells only serving parts of Upper Mountain. Alongside closing off the water supply from the affected wells, officials at Squaw Valley have made the decision to keep all restaurants in the affected areas closed to make sure visitors have no chance of being affected by the E.Coli and Coliform that was discovered soon after the rain event took place.
Squaw Valley appears to have gone above and beyond in its attempts to rectify the problems being faced in terms of water quality as the resort self reported the problem to officials at Placer County Environmental Health Department. Placer County officials are now working alongside independent water quality experts employed by Squaw Valley in a bid to speed the return of the water supply to its previous safe levels; Wesley Nicks of Placer County has revealed the water supply currently shows no E.Coli is present in three of the four affected wells and reduced levels of Coliform. The latest problems are being handled in a safe and mature manner by Squaw Valley Ski Resort Officials who are providing complimentary bottled water for its visitors skiing the affected regions of Upper Mountain.