CFDA Scholarship Award 2014
The Council of Fashion Designers of America Scholarship awards full-time Fashion Design juniors seeking Bachelor's degrees $10,000 towards their tuition and fees.
First Place Winner: Jeaninne Intriago
Honorable Mention: Traci Reed
Honorable Mention: Carter Kidd
Future of Fashion (Fashion Design) Critic Award Winners 2014
Industry Critic: Lisa Di Napoli Critic Winner: Natali Collado
Industry Critic: Jennifer Zuccarini Critic Winner: Danielle Ortiz
Industry Critic: Reiko Waisglass Critic Winner: Sarah Angel
Industry Critic: Kate Williams Critic Winner: Grace Cox
Industry Critic: Mathieu Mirano Critic Winner: Joelle Samaha
Industry Critic: Daniel Vosovic Critic Winner: Gayoung Ahn
Industry Critic: Felicia Zivkovic Critic Winner: Peter Do
Industry Critic: Rebecca Minkoff Critic Winner: Sarah Conlon
Industry Critic: Brandon Sun Critic Winner: Talisa Almonte
SIEMPRE MUJER BEST USE OF COLOR –
China Beauty Charity Fund Scholarship - 2014-2015 Year
This scholarship was awarded to Chinese students based on academic merit and demonstrated financial need. The 3 winners were awarded $10,000 each to be applied to their tuition.
Recipients: Yu Hou
Michael Kors Endowed Scholarship
This is a 3 year scholarship that covers tuition and fees, materials and books, room and board, as well as a one year study abroad opportunity in Milan. The scholarship is exclusively for 1st year Fashion Design students.
Winners: Jessica Reehorst
Fashion Service Network Scholarship
The Fashion Service Network provides a $3,000.00 tuition award to Fashion Design students who possess at least a cumulative 3.0 GPA with demonstrated financial need.
Winner: Maria Attaliadis
Louie Vuitton Moet Hennessy (LVMH) - Graduates Prize
The “Graduates” prize is open to students of fashion schools who are completing a degree course at a fashion school during the LVMH Prize year. The three winners will receive a 10,000 euro grant (approximately $13,600) and an opportunity to work as part of the design team at an LVMH brand for one year.
First Place Winner: Peter Do
Joe's Blackbook Scholarship
Based on their creativity, originality, presentation, and strength of concept, the six candidates for Joe's Blackbook Scholarship selected for the final round earned an all-expense paid trip to New York City to present their projects to a panel of judges. The winning candidate's school will be given $10,000 to be applied toward his/her senior year tuition.
Menswear Winner: Dashiel Walter Brahmann
Womenswear Finalist: Sang Oh
AOBA - Alpaca Fashion, Student Design Competition
The Alpaca Fashion Student Design Competition was created to promote the use of alpaca fiber in fashion, textile and interior design at the fundamental level of educational institutions. The top four winning students in fashion design and textile design, along with their instructors were invited to attend the AOBA Student Design Retreat, enjoy networking, and be spotlighted in a future edition of our award winning national publication Alpacas Magazine.
Second Place Winner ($700.00): Joshua Sparks