Calvin Brant

Calvin Brant is a fashion design student, at The Fashion School of Kent State University. Currently completing his Senior Year of the B.F.A. program.

Born, raised and worked in Traverse City, Michigan. Trained in sewing at Interlochen Center For the Arts, in the State of the art Mallory Memorial Costume Shoppe.

For more information on Calvin's work, to get in touch regarding employment opportunities, or to just say hello, feel free to get in touch.

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Calvin Brant

email: cbrant5@kent.edu cell: 231-409-4107


    Hello and thank you for spending a bit of time to read what I have assembled about myself. I wanted to express first how eager I am to see how this Brand connects to the customer, and more importantly the amazing movement of concept and product an Atelier has.


Education:

The Fashion School, Kent State University: Senior,  Fashion Design major (BFA). Dean’s List, Transfer Scholarship recipient.

Northern Michigan Community College: Studied in Fine Arts  fall 2011 - spring 2012, Dean’s List.


Skills:

Pattern drafting, Optitex Concept development, Garment Construction, Draping, Group Organization, Market Research, Mastery of Adobe creative Suite, Presentation Execution, fluent in German, and an extensive knowledge of fabrics.


Past Occupations:

Cityzen By Azin LLC, Design Intern, Summer 2015

Responsibilities: Design Spring 2016 RTW collection, Design 2016 scarf
collection, Prepare marketing campaign, Design and produce Hangtags/business
cards/printed media
supervisor: Azin Valy, 646.319.5196, Azin@cityzenbyazin.com

Kent State University, Art Studio Mentor, August 2014-Present

Resposibilities: Host and stock a quality work environment in a University setting, offer critical advice to student of Fine arts and Fashion Design Majors. Work with Campus departments and offices to create regular academic events. Console Students in critically emotional situations.

Supervisor: Tiffany Tyree, ttyree@kent.edu, 216.318.3614


Interlochen Center for the Arts, Costume Shop Assistant Designer, Summers 2013&14

Responsibilities: Oversee and construct Costumes for 3 shows in 7 weeks, Conduct fittings, Control Highschool Actors and maintain costume quality, Repair shoes, and Console HighSchool Actors.

Director: Candace Hughes, hughescm@interlochen.org 231.276.7412


Interlochen Center for the Arts,Stone Center Cafeteria, Summers 2008&12

Responsibilities: Serve customers uniformly, organise stock, maintain a hygienic environment, stock and deliver Food Orders.

Supervisor: Rodger Strait, 231.276.7200


Awards:

Finalist in JCPenney/Disney Cinderella design competition, February 2015

Finalist, Cleveland Botanicals Gardens show, March 2015

Freshman Design Competition, The Fashion School, Winner April 2013

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