May 2, 2014
Fashion evolves with every problem solved at Art2Wear.
May 16, 2013
Scenes from this year's amazing Art2Wear fashion show, the annual extravaganza sponsored by the College of Design and the College of Textiles.
Apr 29, 2013
Art2Wear: More Than a Fashion Show
From the dresses to the fundraisers to the production itself, Art2Wear is an annual student creation.
Apr 26, 2013
For 12 years, Art2Wear has brought design and textiles students' fashion visions to life. It's a nine-month effort, but to the designers it's a labor of love.
Apr 19, 2012
Behind the Scenes at Art2Wear
Can't wait for the Art2Wear fashion show? Take a look behind the scenes as students work furiously to prepare for the big event.
Apr 14, 2011
How Great They Art
NC State's 10th annual Art to Wear fashion show once again brought together some of the most creative minds on campus to show the latest in art and design. In an inspired show, student designers displayed a range of fashion - from haute couture to mass-market ready apparel.
Apr 10, 2011
Where Art They Now
In 2004 and 2005, Ashley Newsome was just another student rushing to put last-minute touches on her showcased collections for NC State's annual Art to Wear fashion show. Today, Newsome owns her own sustainable fashion supply and custom clothing design and production studio.
Mar 16, 2011
Behind the Fashions
Of the 16 designers competing at Charleston Fashion Week, three represent NC State. Go behind the scenes as the designers prepare for the runway.
Jul 9, 2010
Arts Medalists Have Campus Ties
A composer, costume designer and cultural arts advocate with ties to NC State are among the 2010 winners of the Raleigh Medal of Arts, the city’s highest arts honor presented for lifetime achievement. J. Mark Scearce, William Ivey Long and Banks C. Talley Jr. will be honored Oct. 6.
Apr 16, 2010
Anything But Typical
A dozen NC State student designers, along with more than 2,500 spectators, celebrated the fusion of fashion and art at Wednesday's Art to Wear fashion show at Reynolds Coliseum. From the use of traditional medium and fabrics to local eateries' fast-food containers, student designs and materials ran the gamut.