Course DescriptionAre you among the millions of women who say: "I have nothing to wear!" as you stand in front of a closet full of clothes? If you answered, "yes!" you are not alone! Most of us are so susceptible to fashion trends that we become their victims. Why don't we focus on developing our style with a sustainable purpose instead? We often feel overwhelmed by choices, yet we lack the tools to evaluate our closet from a creatively fresh perspective. If you are ready to approach getting dressed with a sustainable purpose in mind, this lecture is for you! Get ready to learn how to analyze and develop signature looks through the application of the style construct.
- Time: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
- Date: Monday, April 4
- Location: Lifelong Learning classrooms, Continuing Education Building
Member - $30
$75 for any combination of three events, members only
No Refunds Will be Given for One-Time Events Purchased Within a Discounted Bundle
Non-member - $35
One-time guest pass, Member or Non-member at the door - $35.
About the Instructor
Susana Fernández, Ph.D., teaches leadership for the College of Business at FAU; however, fashion is one of her biggest passions! Since 2011, she has published a personal style blog: "A Key to the Armoire," where she inspires readers of all ages to approach their closets creatively for every occasion. Although her audience age ranges widely, she has been featured and recognized for offering style advice to women over 40. As a blogger and influencer, she has been hired to style Carolina Herrera's evening collection and has also worked with a range of fashion and beauty labels, including Banana Republic, Soft Surroundings, Lily Silk, Wyatt Ingraham, Lustre Jewels, Needham Lane, Stella Carakasi, Hang 2 Dry, Nora Gardner New York, London-based Maxwell Scott, Jord Watches, O.Y.O. Box, Macaron Cafe, and beauty brands such as Clarins, Origins, Wet' n Wild, and Real Her Makeup. She has been chosen as an "Editor's Pick" for “Vanity Fair's” Best Dressed and has appeared in the “New York Times Fashion & Style” and “The Sartorialist.”