Category Archives: Merchandising and Fashion Design Department

Tartan Plaid Designed by Merchandising and Fashion Design Department makes it national debut

During the Inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, the MSU Chorale wore scarfs composed of the official Missouri State tartan plaid. That tartan plaid was designed by Merchandising and Fashion Design students and faculty. The idea to …

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Interior Design Seniors Showcase Their Work

On Friday, April 1st sixteen senior Interior Design students showcased their work at The Veridian in downtown Springfield. The Senior Showcase included work and projects each student completed throughout their college career. There were many areas of focus including residential, …

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Vote for Missouri State’s official tartan

Tartans – also known as plaids – are associated with tradition and authenticity. Many universities have established official tartans, which can be used to create a variety of apparel items. Through a partnership with Collegiate Tartan Apparel, the department of …

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Missouri State fashion program among the top in the U.S.

The Missouri State fashion design program, housed within the College of Business, has been ranked both regionally and nationally for a third consecutive year by Fashion-Schools.org. “We are honored to be recognized for providing exceptional fashion design education for a …

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