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School of Fashion

Study Fashion

Design the fashion and styles of tomorrow.

Our classes provide the skills needed to help you succeed in Fashion Design, Styling, Merchandising and Marketing.

Our graduates work at these respected companies, among others:

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"Academy of Art University has a very creative and inspiring environment due to its geographical location as well as talented and knowledgeable faculty and professors."

Textile Design alumna

Andrea Nieto

 
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Executive Director, School of Fashion

Simon Ungless


Collaborated with Alexander McQueen on the first ten collections shown in London and New York. His Experience covers Marketing for such clients as Givenchy, Paul Smith, and Versace.

Fashion Programs

Whether you're interested in fashion design, styling, textiles, or marketing, our School of Fashion has the specialized program to fit your passion. You'll work with experts and have access to fashion technology, equipment and facilities to prepare you for a career.

Student Work

Our Fashion courses combine excellence in design, artistic vision, and innovative technology.

Online degrees available!

Learn from some of the finest creative minds working in fashion today.

“I had an incredibly conceptual, creative education at Academy of Art University. Through this freedom and experimentation, I found my own voice, something that I know more than ever is extremely important in fashion… I will always hold the Academy of Art University close to my heart; it is where fashion started for me.”

“The School of Fashion allowed me to see the endless possibilities in this industry, especially being able to watch and learn from such highly talented peers. Academy of Art University equipped me with the skills I needed to go straight into the workforce and hit the ground running. Everything from organizing timelines to drawing flats by hand and on the computer, carried over seamlessly from student life into working in a corporate design environment.”