Fashion your Future

When you study fashion merchandising at TCU, you get the highest quality artistic education in a liberal arts environment. You will develop your analytical thinking, clarity in written and spoken expression, collaboration and creativity to adapt to whatever the future might bring and elevate your talent, intelligence and values.

A Safe Return to Campus

The fashion merchandising faculty & staff are excited to see you this fall. Learn more about what to expect whether this is your first semester at TCU or you are a returning Horned Frog.

Virtual Office Hours

Students and prospective students can schedule a time to meet virtually with Fashion Merchandising staff 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Where in the World Will You Go?

Gain first-hand professional experiences in some of the most important cities in the industry — Paris, London, Florence and New York City. From semester study abroad and departmental travel programs to international internship opportunities, you can merge real-world experience with an international education.

 

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Alumni Spotlight

 

Mary Beth Taylor

Before graduating in 2012, Mary Beth Taylor interned with Stuart Weitzman, a high-end shoe company in New York City, and was hired by the CEO after graduation to fill the newly created position, Major Accounts Business Analyst. In the next four years at Stuart Weitzman, she was promoted to the right hand to the CEO in areas of reporting and analysis. In 2016, she was hired at Tiffany & Co. Taylor said the internship program led her on the path she is on today. Mary Beth is currently the Director of Merchant Business Intelligence at Arezzo & Co.

 

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News

TCU Fashion Merchandising student enjoys educational experience at New York Fashion Week: The Shows through partnership with CLC and IMG
With the revival of in-person events at Fashion Week this month in New York, Patrick Kurcz, a senior fashion merchandising major, was given a one-of-...
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Curtains Up: In-person performances, exhibitions return in the College of Fine Arts
All performers, participants, patrons and audience members are required to wear a face mask. Photo: Heesoo Yang ’21   The College of Fine A...
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Virtual internships connect Fashion Merchandising students to hands-on opportunities across the country
A by-product of COVID-19’s effect on the business world, virtual internships have become an increasingly common way for students to connect to oppor...
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TCU College of Fine Arts students pursue their passions even during the pandemic
In the midst of the pandemic, faculty, staff and students in the TCU College of Fine Arts found innovative and creative ways to adapt and connect with...
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Fashion Merchandising alumna published in Irk Magazine
Unfallen Angels, 2009. 40 x 30 cm. Silver Gelatin Print, 2009.Image courtesy of Ann Ray and Barrett Barrera Projects. Fashion merchandising alumna Ang...
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