Fashion is art through clothes. "As a fashion designer I try to remember that, to some, fashion is a means of self-expression and a form of communication, not simply a way to cover one's body day-to-day...it's also about affecting someone's life by challenging thier perspective and overwhelming their senses." -Daniel Vosovic

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Work History

KATELYN MURRAY EDUCATION Cazenovia College, Cazenovia, New York, May 2012 Bachelor of Professional Studies in Management Fashion Merchandising Specialization Fashion Design Minor Fashion/Design Course Work: Fashion History, Textiles, Flat Pattern, Pattern Making: Draping, Advanced Pattern, Fashion Merchandising, Service Learning: Crouse Hospital Fashion Show, New York City Fashion Tour, Fashion Drawing, Fashion Business, Fashion Buying and Merchandise Planning, Fashion Promotion, Product Development and American Cinema: 1950s to Today, E-commerce Academic Honors Graduated Cum Laude Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society Inductee, Spring 2010 Class of 1948 Endowed Scholarship Recipient, 2009-2012 Dean’s List: Spring and Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Spring and Fall 2011, Spring 2012 Study Abroad, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, England, Fall 2010 EXPERIENCE Visual Merchandising Supervisor, Gap Inc. (Old Navy), Syracuse, New York, 2013-Current • Key holder and LOD duties • Plan and execute visual merchandising • Supervise shipment process • Style mannequins and visual displays Sales Associate, Gap Inc. (Gap), Ithaca, New York, 2012-2013 • Execute visual merchandising and construct floor sets • Provide customer service and operate POS system Support/Visual Specialist, JCP, Cortland, New York, 2012-2013 • Execute visual merchandising • Style mannequins for the sales floor • Replenish stock • Provide customer service Bridal Stylist, Alfred Angelo Bridal, Syracuse, New York, 2011-2012 • Applied detailed knowledge of each gown • Chose gowns and dressed brides • Accessorized brides • Sold gowns and communicated with customer post sale • Worked with Micheal Shettel, Head Designer, on occasion Intern, Alfred Angelo Bridal, Dallas, TX and Fort Washington, PA, Summer 2011 • Worked in Corporate Retail, Marketing, Design and Production Departments • Acted as Designer’s Assistant to Marion Woolley • Executed trend research • Took pictures and filed notes on specific gowns • Developed graphics for new training manuals Sales Associate, New York & Company, Dewitt, New York, 2010-2012 • Executed visual merchandising and constructed floor sets • Styled mannequin displays • Provided customer service and operated POS system OTHER FASHON EXPERIENCE Cazenovia College Annual Student Fashion Show, Cazenovia, New York, Spring 2011 and Spring 2012 • Student Designer • Head Dresser Student Panel, Cazenovia, New York, Spring 2011 • Selected as the student representative for the Fashion Program at Cazenovia College’s open house Fashion Production Team, Crouse Hospital Fashion Show, Cazenovia, New York, Spring 2010 • Recruited models for fashion show • Scheduled fittings and planned line-up for show/runway choreographer Fashion Model, Cazenovia College Crouse Hospital Fashion Show, Cazenovia, New York, Spring 2009 • Modeled original student designs for annual fashion show REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

Education

  • Cazenovia College

    • BPS Fashion Merchandising and Design
    • 2008 - 2012

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