Denim Fashion Farming Japan Symposium

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Denim Fashion Farming Japan Symposium


The School of Graduate Studies’ Fashion Design MFA program holds a symposium on local and global denim production. Students will present research from their Fashion Farming course in Japan.
Projects include: Boro: Necessity to Luxury by Amy Sperber; Heritage, Identity, and Economy by Yuton Wu; Aizome and Natural Indigo Dyes by Jacob Hooker; Shiburi Techniques: Japan Blue by Eliza Fisher; Synthetic Indigo for Mass Production by Jingqi Yang; Global Advances in Denim Systems by Junkai Huang; The "Machine" by Yunjui Chung; The "Hand" by Moon Jung Chang; Selvedge: The Pinnacle of Denim by Yi Ting Lee; Denim: Classic vs Modern by Yuchen Han; Denim as the Artist’s "Canvas" by John Lenahan; Automation + Preservation by Anastasia Edwards.


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