Delaware Today’s Fashion Awards 2013: Nominees




The first Delaware Today Fashion Awards recognize and celebrate the talented people who have made contributions to the fashion industry in Delaware and its surrounding areas. All winners will be revealed live at the event on Sept. 25 at Deerfield in Newark. And the nominees are…

 

Delaware Today’s Fashion Awards 2013: Nominees - Delaware Today - September 2013 - Delaware
Hair Stylist of the Year Everyday Style

Hair Stylist of the Year Everyday Style

1. Jeremy Clark, Trilogy by Alison Salon & Day Spa, Newark
Missy Modarelli models the completed style.

PHOTO BY RON DUBICK
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The Fashion and Apparel Studies department at UD prepares professionals with essential knowledge and critical skills to influence fashion and apparel-related fields in creative ways. Its graduates are aware of and able to act with accountability toward issues of social responsibility and sustainability. It teaches, conducts research and creative scholarship, and interacts with local and global communities in ways that are innovative and collaborative. The staff values work that is student-centered, relevant to business and society, built upon international and cultural diversity, and which contributes to continuous learning.   

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