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Fashion Arts and Business Students Excel in Store Planning and Visual Merchandising

Fashion Arts and Business students from the Visual Merchandising class have created impactful displays to complete a practical assignment in Store Planning and Visual Merchandising. The assignment was designed to teach students the commercial significance of "Build Up Displays" which involve a series of levels or risers to showcase small accessories effectively, in a retail window display. Students were required to physically construct and photograph their displays independently. As the course has been functioning remotely, the students could construct their displays in or near their homes. Some students live in farming communities, took advantage of their nearby surroundings to create stunning visual backdrops. The quality of work the students submitted, during the pandemic, was remarkable. The Build Up Display imagery allows Fashion Arts and Business students to develop their personal portfolios to enhance their employment opportunities upon graduation.

Thank you to Professor Kim Rich who taught and led the students in their creative pursuits and congratulations to all of the students for their creativity and professionalism during these unprecedented times.

Casey Dempster Display

Casey Dempster

Sophie Fabrizio Display

Sophie Fabrizio

Natalie Hynd Display

Natalie Hynd

Shayan Ahmed Display

Shayan Ahmed

Olivia Haggitt Display

Olivia Haggitt

Jessie-Rennee Mitri Display

Jessie-Rennee Mitri

Rachel Paterson Display

Rachel Paterson

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