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KSOF’s 10th Annual Fashion Show

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KSOF Annual Fashion Show 2021 – Kings, QUEENS, Astrology During The Renaissance 

EVERYONE IS INVITED!

Please note that admission tickets are open to the general public and tickets are sold on a first come first serve basis.

Family and Friends who wish to be seated together, MUST purchase their tickets together or within ONE WEEK of each other in order for request to be honored.

PREMIUM ADULT Admission Ticket includes a “sit down” style meal consisting of a salad, pasta, an entree choice of prime rib, chicken or fish, vegetables, soft drinks and dessert/coffee/tea.

KID Admission Ticket include a “sit down” style meal consisting of a salad, pasta an entree of chicken fingers, french fries, soft drinks and dessert/coffee/tea.

*Vegetarian/Kosher/Allergies Please specify under “Notes” at check out. Requests will be honored as long as it’s PRE – ORDERED. If Pre-ordered, it is IMPORTANT to remind your waiter the day of the event of any allergies or special requests.

Cash Bar.

*IMPORTANT: ALL Students (Including MODELS), MUST Pay the admission Fee Listed Below. Nobody will be allowed into the Venue without a PURCHASED ADMISSION TICKET.

  • When: Sunday, May 2nd, 2021 from 11-3pm
  • Where: The Addison Park, Rt 35 North, Aberdeen, NJ
  • Admission Fee: PREMIUM Adults Admission $68 /per person Kids 10 and under $37/per person
  • Attire: Dressy/Smart Casual (No t-shirts or jeans)

RSVP by April 1st: RSVP is by purchasing a ticket no later than April 1st. Tickets are sold on a first come first serve basis until they are SOLD OUT.

JOIN KSOF as we showcase our student’s hard work during the past 8 month!

SURE TO BE A CAPTIVATING Fashion Show that will celebrate Kings, QUEENS, Astrology During The Renaissance. 

Click here to watch our 2019 fashion show!

 

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karen lozner of karens school of fashion ny nj featured on the new york times

They Had Big Plans for the Lockdown. This Is What Happened.

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As the pandemic drags on, some of us who had grand plans for self improvement as we sheltered in place are tearing up those to-do lists.

Indeed, Sewmark Sewing Machines, a store in the garment district, sold three times more machines this spring than a year earlier. Karen Lozner, 51, the founder of the Karen School of Fashion, noticed in March that fueled by fears of a shortage of masks, people began signing up to learn how to make them. And some, like Mr. Kallo, she said, “are staying with it. While they’re not working, they figure it might be nice to learn how to fix their pants.”

Or maybe, to expand their waistband for the extra “quarantine 15” pounds that some have packed on despite early stabs at exercise.

In April, interest for yoga classes surged, with about a third of sign-ups being first-timers, said Tori Milner, 48, an instructor at the Iyengar Yoga Association of Greater New York, which went online after closing its Manhattan and Brooklyn studios.

Originally posted on Sept. 25, 2020 by C.J. Hughes on NYTimes.com. Read the full article here.

KSOF Named Best Virtual Summer Camps for NYC Kids

KSOF Voted ‘Best Virtual Summer Camps for NYC Kids’

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We’re excited to announce that Karen’s School of Fashion was voted one of the best virtual summer camps for New York City Kids by the editors at Red Tricycle!

For the Budding Designer: Karen’s School of Fashion

Karen’s School of Fashion is holding weekly online camps for kids ages eight to 12 from June 22 to August 14. Each week has a new theme (“Project Runway Inspired”, “About Time: Fashion Duration”) that enables students to transform an idea into tangible form. (Yes, you need to have, and be familiar with, a sewing machine.) Kids will learn about a featured designer, imagine and sketch a clothing collection, learn to make patterns and finally sew a garment or two. Camp ends with a fashion show on Friday to showcase the creations. Call or e-mail before registering to confirm there is space.

 

 

 

 

Read the full article here on RedTri.com

Donation Masks Drop-Off — Group Effort

Donation Masks Drop-Off — Group Effort

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Hi Everyone!

Thank you to all of my students, who have contributed to such a great cause… #sewTOGETHER. Making masks for doctors and medical teams in our community. Proud to say that KSOF students have contributed to this cause by making 5 masks or more each to be donated to healthcare facilities in NJ and NYC. Medical teams can now wear these masks comfortably over a protective mask and reuse since they are washable.

Together in this group effort, we have enough masks to donate to the following healthcare facilities:

  1. Dr. Avi Werthaim – Doctors Care Center
  2. Old Bridge Drugs & Surgicals
  3. Mount Sinai Hospital – NYC (where Karen Lozner was born)

If you have not yet donated the masks you’ve made, please drop off THIS FRIDAY, April 3rd between 12 – 7pm at The Parisian Tea Room (165 Amboy Road, Suite 723 Morganville, NJ 07751).

There will be a white plastic bag attached to the door knob in which you can just drop in.

Before dropping off masks, please be sure to insert it into a clear ziplock bag and attach a note with your disclaimer,

“may be worn over a protective mask. This is NOT an N95 mask, but can offer some protection when worn alone. This is washable as the content is 100% cotton (lining and face) inside content is 100% polyester. Please wash and sanitize before wearing. Made with love by ——–“

Thank you again for your support! Be Safe & Stay Positive!

– Karen Lozner

#SewTogether

#SewTogether

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This is the time to help! Yes! We can make a difference NOW! I have set aside my business to take care of a very important venture! PLEASE READ and LEARN HOW YOU TOO CAN HELP!

“Lower-grade or homemade masks are being used at many hospitals in non-COVID-19 cases to free up medical-grade masks for doctors and nurses treating COVID-19 patients. Homemade masks can also be used in conjunction with other masks to prolong the life of medical-grade masks, and can be washed for reuse. Some hospital staff are even sewing their own masks. By providing homemade masks to hospitals in dire need, we can help extend the current supply of medical-grade protective gear where it is needed most until additional resources become available. We’ve seen the power of our Tieks community in action many times before, and know that if we #SewTOGETHER, we can and will save lives together. Please share this page and offer with all your friends who sew.”

Thank you @tieks!

KSOF Marlboro event for fashion design applications

Attention High Schoolers!: “College Applications for Fashion Design” Workshop

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CollegeGPS will present “College Applications for Fashion Design”, which covers how applications for art schools differ from traditional applications and how to prepare.

  • WHEN: Saturday February 29, 2020, 3-4pm
  • WHERE: KSOF Marlboro, 165 Amboy Road, Suite 700, Morganville, NJ 07751
  • RSVP: By February 22nd, 2020

Register Now

Interested in registering? Click here to register now or learn more.

Fashion Design in Paris

KSOF Goes to PARIS

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KSOF Goes to PARIS!

KSOF is excited to announce A Fashionable Parisian Class Trip Experience!

DATE: June 29 – July 6, 2020

DEPART: New York City

AGE: : Open to all age groups (Kids under 13 MUST TRAVEL with a parent or guardian).

COST: $4,905

A deposit of $495 with registration and final payment is due on Feb 17th UNLESS you  enroll in an automatic payment plan, which is due in full by 5/15/20

LEARN MORE

Fashion Design in Paris

Holiday Workshop!

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Holiday Sewing Workshop for Kids, Teens & Adults

KSOF is excited to announce the December workshop where you can learn how to make a pant and top set in just 2 days!

WORKSHOP DETAILS

DATE: December 26th and 27th, 2019 (Thursday & Friday)

TIME: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

LOCATION: Karen’s School of Fashion, 165 Amboy Road, Suite 700, Morganville, NJ 07751 OR 347 West 36th Street, Suite 1402, New York, NY 10018

COST: $300

REGISTER NOW

BONUS: Register for a class and get 10% OFF your next class

 

Free Workshop with Lucy Rabin

FREE Workshop!

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Free Pattern-Making and Sewing Workshop with Lucy Rabin

KSOF is excited to announce our FREE workshop where you can learn pattern-making and sewing with the one and only, Lucy Rabin, author of Drafting Basic Bodices.

WORKSHOP DETAILS

DATE: Saturday, November 23rd

TIME: 1:00 – 4:00 PM

LOCATION: Karen’s School of Fashion, 347 West 36th Street, Suite 1402, New York, NY 10018

RSVP: Call (917) 696-2814 by November 20th to reserve your seat.

BONUS: Register for a 4 week class and get a 10% DISCOUNT.

Join KSOF For An Information Session With NIKE

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NIKE Wants YOU!

Join KSOF NYC on Friday, September 27th, 5:15 – 6:15pm for an informative session with NIKE!

Open to to all enrolled KSOF students and/or alumni who would like the opportunity to learn more about NIKE and what the company offers. This session is ONLY open to KSOF teens – adults.
If interested, please email Karen at: fashionschoolnj@gmail.com

Location:
347 West 36th Street, suite 1402
New York, NY 10018

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