Sherri sells and repairs all types of sewing machines and sergers at her Serge-A-Lot store. Her favorite thing to do, however, is to teach her customers how to use their machines to their fullest potential.
Our students and faculty are back from their fashion adventures in Italy! Here are some of the photos they took there—only a small fraction of the memories they’ll carry with them for years to come. Getting a closer look during a tour of a leather workshop in Florence.
Small but delightful exhibit gives a sense of the many differences and similarities between embroidery traditions around the globe.
Cañada fashion department graduate José Rodriguez is proving himself to be a true asset at the world-renowned fabric store, Britex, in San Francisco.
A group of 21 Cañada fashion students are on their way to Italy! Can’t wait to hear all about it when they get back! Safe travels, guys!
Cañada fashion department alumna Laura Cox now works as a costume designer for children’s theater and more.
Now, you’ll never forget the name of Michelle Paganini’s pattern company. Here’s what she’s been up to lately.
Cañada fashion students Ping Mathre and Ellie Vogel are the two recipients of the Peninsula Wearable Arts Guild’s (PenWAG’s) 2017 scholarships!
The boho look might never have gained a foothold in fashion were it not for the wild inventions of the 1960s. Run, don’t walk, to see the de Young Museum’s Summer of Love collection on display now.
Relyn hopes to teach fashion when she finishes her studies.