The Fashion Interior Merchandising Group at Texas A&M University-Kingsville has taken this semester head on as it has attempted to make itself known around campus.
The FIMG currently has 25 members including five officers. Sarah Chapa is President and Jacob Gutierez is Vice President. Leslie Lozano – Reporter; Erika Kendall- Secretary; Cyndi Garcia- Treasurer.
“We are constantly inviting people to join. The FIMG is open to everyone because everyone has their own style,” said Junior Fashion Interior Merchandising Major, Jacob Gutierrez.
The FIMG holds meetings in the Human Sciences Building at 5:00 p.m. every Wednesday. Meetings are held to discuss the FIMG’s up-and-coming events and projects around campus.
“FIMG breaks the barrier of fashion being just for women. Fashion is anyone and everyone’s interpretation of what trend is current,” Gutierrez said.
The FIMG has taken on the duty of decorating the apartments for Texas A&M University Alumni located in the Human Sciences Building along with two display windows in the front of the Human Sciences Building.
The group’s most challenging task will be hosting a fashion show during the Relay for Life in January 2013. Menda Eulenfeld of UKTAI 91.1 FM asked the FIMG to redesign Relay for Life t-shirts into handbags and other accessories that will be showcased in the fashion show.
“A lot of people don’t know about our group but we
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are growing,” said Junior Fashion Interior Merchandising Major, Leslie Lozano, “We really get to work and pay more attention to detail which is necessary in our field.”
FIMG attends two conventions every spring that offer members to network themselves and their fields of study. Texas State University hosts the San Marcos Fashion Forum. Dallas Career Day is the second event that FIMG members will attend in Spring 2013 and it offers many job outlets in fashion buying, interior decorating, styling and merchandising.