New York London: Fashion Design, Process and Practice

Dual City 2017 - New York

Course Dates:

New York 19 June - 29 June 2017
London 4 July - 14 July 2017
(Travel days: 30 June - 3 July) / Course Fee £2900

Please note that teaching in London is delivered by CSM short course tutors, and teaching in other cities is delivered by our partner institutions. 


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New York

Steven Faerm (M.S.Ed.) is an Assistant Professor of Fashion Design at Parsons The New School for Design (Program Director, 2007-2011).  A Parsons alumnus (‘94) and Designer of the Year nominee, he began teaching in 1998 while working for designers Marc Jacobs and Donna Karan.  Steven has been awarded ​The New School's University Teaching Excellence Award (2008) and the BFA Fashion Design Program's Teaching Excellence Award (2011).  

Steven has created college and pre-college courses for Parsons and several international institutions, and has served as a program consultant for Rhode Island School of Design, Otis College of Art and Design, and Pratt Institute.  He lectures internationally about fashion design education and pedagogy, and develops design and pedagogy workshops for institutions worldwide.  Since 2012, he has co-produced an academic journal that examines fashion design education with The University of Palermo in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

His publications include two books that are available in seven languages:  “Fashion Design Course: Principles Practice, and Techniques” (2010) and “Creating A Successful Fashion Collection: Everything You Need to Develop a Great Line and Portfolio” (2012).  His scholarly research has been featured in leading academic journals and he currently serves as an editorial advisor for three publishing houses. Since 2008, Steven has served as a Board Member for The Arts of Fashion Foundation and Director for the Foundation's annual "Fashion.Edu" lecture series.

Steven's area of scholarship and research examines the future of fashion design education, pedagogy, and student development.  He received his M.S.Ed. from Bank Street College of Education.


Rosemary Wallin is Senior lecturer and pathway tutor for BA Fashion Design with Marketing at Central Saint Martins. Rosemary is a designer and academic specialising in the field of sustainable luxury for the fashion industry. Rosemary graduated from Central Saint Martins in fashion and Royal College of Art in footwear and product design. Rosemary’s work has been featured in Design Report, Guardian Newspaper, Vogue, International Design Exhibitions and in Sir John Sorrell’s book on British Design innovation: Creative Island. Rosemary is currently completing a PhD at Central Saint Martins investigating ‘Technology for Sustainable Luxury’. Rosemary consults on sustainable design for Louis Vuitton and Loewe as well as lecturing on sustainable luxury at the Mode am Institut für Design in Vienna and CREA Genève.


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