Student Web Designers

HANNAH AMORELLO, Fashion Communication and Promotion 2019

After taking both of the Fashion History courses offered at Lasell, and studying fashion abroad in Florence, Italy, Hannah has been thrilled to continue this academic experience through the Collection Research and Management class.  Hannah began her work with the Collection Research and Management team in the spring of 2019. Although her time with the Collection was brief, her impact is significant. Hannah was instrumental in designing and creating a tangible brochure and inserts for the Lasell Fashion Collection, which will be used by the School of Fashion as promotional material. She has an innate gift for design and print copy.

JESSIE BOWENS, Fashion Communication & Promotion 2018

Jessie dedicated much of her under graduate studies to the Lasell Fashion Collection, as an intern and a member of the Collection Research and Management course.  Jessie's efforts were fruitful: she contributed data to the collection providing a detailed and comprehensive overview of a number of archives including an assortment of mid-19th century Godey's Lady's books. Because of Jessie's efforts, these resources are now available for scholarly review. She also worked on revising the website for the collection and made significant contributions including the creation of an online catalogue of original fashions by designer Leo Narducci. The information is beautifully organized and thoughtfully researched.

REBECCA GLICK, Fashion Design and Production 2019

Rebecca joined the Collection Research and Management Team for the Lasell Fashion Collection in January 2018.  As a designer who focuses mainly on costumes, she is constantly inspired by the styles from history. Working with the LFC has provided Rebecca with a way to interact and combine all of her passions into such an important body of work. Rebecca was instrumental in resdesigning and launching the revised website for the LFC, positioning this resource as a worthy archive of fashion education and promotion. Her expertise lies in design and ways in which this medium merges with technology.

LAUREN MUSZYNSKI, Fashion and Retail Merchandising 2019

Lauren is a creative and passionate merchandising student who joined the Collection Research and Management team in the fall semester of 2018.  She was honored and excited when Professor Carey asked her to be apart of this course. After completing her Fashion History class, Lauren's interest sparked in learning more about history and the art of fashion,  so she couldn't say no to working with the beautiful Lasell Fashion Collection. Lauren has a special focus in the styling and branding of the LFC.

ADAM PAJKOWSKI, Fashion Design and Production 2019

Adam joined the Collection Research and Management Team for the Lasell Fashion Collection in January 2019. He has always been fascinated by the human experience as seen and felt through clothing. He has his own small, treasured collection of vintage pieces he wears, some of which date back to the early 20th century, bringing him closer to the work he did for the LFC. "The Collection is more than museum pieces; it is a tangible link to the past." Adam's knowledge of historic dress certainly contributed widely to the Instagram postings, in order to captivate and educate audiences.

ERIKA PATNAUDE, Fashion Communication and Promotion 2018

Erika achieved a significant milestone in redesigning the website for the Lasell Fashion Collection, which included exceptional research, technological, and organizational proficiencies. As both an intern and student in the Collection Research and Management course, Erika worked on organizing a comprehensive print archive on fashion designer Gnyuki "Yuki" Torimaru  as well as positioning the Ladies Godey's assortment to be part of the online collections. She also conducted a thorough review of the original website which enabled the redesigned site to become a reality.

SARAH REESE, Fashion Design and Production 2020

Sarah joined the Collection Research and Management team in September 2018. As someone who enjoys history, she was excited when offered the opportunity to work with the Collection. The LFC has allowed her to experience hands-on learning while working with the website and the rest of the team. Sarah hopes to become a childrenswear designer one day, yet is open to all of the possibilities fashion has to offer. Her work with the collection is extensive, from helping launch the redesigned website, to developing the LFC's brand. 

Students

The 2017-2018 Team

2018-2019 team

The 2018-2019 Team

With Special Appreciation  
The redesign of the Lasell Fashion Collection (LFC) website would not be possible without Phillip Spencer's unwavering support and expertise. He provided excellent training regarding the CMS system as well as functional solutions throughout the process of editing and creating a site that supports museum standards.