In this panel, we will hear from post-secondary students in fashion programs across Canada as they share thoughts and perspectives on fashion education and the fashion industry. What are the highlights of the education they have gained, what have been the challenges, and hear from them as they share what advice they have for the future of fashion education.
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My name is Mahé Hatchuel, I am a Fashion Marketing graduating student from LaSalle College in Montréal, Quebec. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology which gave me social understanding and tools that are transferable to the fashion industry.
During my journey at LaSalle College, I took on the role of Coordinator for our 2nd year fashion show (SMCL19) and I am currently part of the ENTREPRISE 21 team, in charge of planning a virtual event showcasing the final projects of our cohort.
I love comfortable clothing (sportswear, streetwear and loungewear) as well as luxury garments and accessories. It is important to me that the fashion industry evolves towards a sustainable future and I wish to be part of that change as much as I can.
My name is David and I am a student in the Fashion Apparel and Technology program at Olds College. Upon completion of my diploma this year, I plan to continue my education at KPU. It is the creative aspect of fashion design that most appeals to me and I am particularly interested in men’s fashion; especially tailoring coats, suits, and luxury wear. I come from a long line of fashion and sewing enthusiasts. I was always fascinated with sewing machines and fabric and dreamed about creating my own brand of clothing. I love smooth, clean lines and technical drawings that illustrate what a garment could be and what direction it could go. Pattern drafting and creating garment flats are my strong suits, but I look forward to expanding my knowledge and learning all I can to create clothing that people will be happy to wear not just for a name brand but for quality construction.