Carol Salusso

A Twist on Victor/Victoria: WSU Student’s Unisex Style Collection Offers Unique Approach to Sustainability

PULLMAN, Wash.—For Women’s History Month in March, one Washington State University student is exploring how unisex apparel lends itself to sustainability through her master’s thesis design collection. Chiayun Corrine Tsai will present a video of her collection and research during a reception from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26, that opens WSU’s March “Reinterpreting Reality” […]

WSU Student Designs Environmentally Sustainable Jeans with American-made Denim

PULLMAN, Wash.—Lacey Wilmot, a second-year graduate student in the Washington State University Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles program, used her love for jeans as an inspiration to develop long-lasting, sustainable jeans. Her thesis project, “Designing Culturally and Environmentally Sustainable Denim Jeans,” was presented at the 2010 WSU Academic Showcase.

Looking For a Few Good Women

PULLMAN, Wash. — Carol Salusso is looking for a few good women to help solve one of the most vexing problems American women face when they go to a clothing store: finding pants that fit properly. “Women’s clothing labels are meaningless,” said Salusso, who is an associate professor of apparel, merchandising and textiles at Washington […]