Maybe you’re a style maven.
If any of the above sounds like you, Fashion Design might be your major.
You already know that every garment tells a story, and at Moore, you'll gain the practical, creative and business skills needed for success in the world of fashion. Our celebrated Fashion Design program will connect you with prestigious designers in Philadelphia and New York City, and in senior year, you'll send your final collection down the runway at our annual Fashion Show, which is always attended by big names in the industry. We also focus on sustainability, multiculturalism and size inclusivity, and you'll learn state-of-the-art 3D software that the pros use to save on time and fabric waste—which means that you'll have an advantage in the job market on day one.
Even if you don't already know how to sew, you'll be amazed at what you can do in just a few short years.
Left: Vivienne Maestrado ’21, Fashion Design
Fashion Design Media Gallery
Check out sample student work and photos from Fashion Design classes and events!
WHAT CAN I DO WITH A FASHION DESIGN DEGREE?
Get the skills you need at Moore to become a…
- Fashion designer
- Retail buyer
- Personal shopper
- Textile designer
The limit does not exist!
Photo: Steve Weinik
MEET DOM STREATER ’10
Dom is a two-time Project Runway winner with more than a decade of industry experience working for major brands like Urban Outfitters. She's also the creator and founder of her own line, and she creates limited-edition pieces that focus on thoughtful craftsmanship and curated garments, lifestyle items and objects. “As a graduate of Moore’s Fashion Design department, I understand firsthand the powerful role that our educators played in shaping our skills and igniting our creativity,” she says.
Prepare to Be a Superstar
100% of Moore Fashion Design students kick start their future careers with a paid internship! Fashion Design students are landing jobs and internships at places like:
Abercrombie & Fitch
Diane von Fürstenberg
THE PERFECT FIT
AUTUMN FEAGLEY ’23, FASHION DESIGN
Photo: Kielinski Photographers, LLC.