Classwork at Parsons: The New School for Design

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While I was a Fashion Marketing student at Parsons: The New School for Design, I learned a lot about the industry and created miscellaneous projects that I look forward to share with you.

PAFM 1109: Social Commerce*

Lollia Social Media Analysis and 3-Month Plan

PAFM 1161: Marketing 3**
Marketing 3 Company Analysis + Growth Strategy: Proenza Schouler

PAFM 1070: Merchandising Workshop***

Fashionable Fitness Merchandising Concept

Merchandising_Line Sheet

PAFM 1190: Fashion Industry Profile****

Burberry Social Media Analysis

Term Paper – JCrew

PAFS 1425: Fashion Design*****

Final Collection and Marketing Presentation

*This assignment was created as part of a student project for PAFM 1109: Social Commerce. This information in no way is meant to represent the company and is for academic purposes only. If you have a question about this project, please contact the instructor, Gretchen Harnick, at harnickg(at)newschool.edu.

**This assignment was created as part of a student project for PAFM 1161: Marketing 3. This information in no way is meant to represent the company and is for academic purposes only. If you have a question about this project, please contact the instructor, Marcie Cooperman, at coopermm(at)newschool.edu.

***These assignments were created as part of a student project for PAFM 1070: Merchandising Workshop. This information is meant for academic purposes only. If you have a question about this project, please contact the instructor, Bjorn Bengtsson, at Bengtssb(at)newschool.edu.

****These assignments were created as part of a student project for PAFM 1190: Fashion Industry Profile. This information in no way is meant to represent the company and is for academic purposes only. If you have a question about this project, please contact the instructor, Donald Levy, at LevyD1(at)newschool.edu.

*****This assignment were created as part of a student project for PAFM 1070: Merchandising Workshop. This information is meant for academic purposes only. If you have a question about this project, please contact the instructor, Warren Bradley, at WKBbrat(at)aol.com.

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