November 16-24, 2014
Gucci, Pucci, Capucci…
Join CSA for a week of shoes, shopping, sightseeing, and scholarship in Florence, Italy! This study tour runs November 16-24, 2014. Highlights include private tours of fashion museums and studios, plus all the events and academic sessions of the major European fashion conference Costume Colloquium IV: Colors in Fashion. Places are limited and the tour is expected to fill up quickly, so please register as soon as possible if you would like to participate. Non-members and students welcome.
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A $500 deposit reserves your space; the balance is due by July 31. The deposit can be made by credit card (may include an additional processing fee) or by wire transfer. Payments should be made to our Florentine travel agent One Step Closer, Via Santa Maria 8, 50014 Fiesole, Florence. To reserve your spot and pay the deposit, please contact Valentina Grossi at +38 055 59420 or email@example.com and cc firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions? Contact CSA Study Tour Organizer, Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell at email@example.com.
- Past CSA Tours -
March 19 - April 3, 2014
Tour leaders Carol and Jerry Saber introduced CSA travelers to a Japan both traditional and modern. The iconic temples, shrines, gardens, shopping arcades, and artisan workshops exist serenely within dynamic, twenty-first century urban centers. This duality shaped our appreciation of the fashions and textiles, whether seen on the streets, in the finest boutiques or departments stores, or in artisan studios.
Read Catherine Cerny's tour recap
Travel took us from Kyoto to Tokyo, with side trips to Nara, Hakone, Nikko, and Kamakura.
With FEST Travel and our dynamic guide Serhan Gungor, CSA travelers experienced Turkey beyond the guidebooks. We traveled off the well-worn paths in the great city of Istanbul, in magnificent Mediterranean landscapes, to world-class archaeological sites, the fairytale landscapes of Cappadocia, notable museums and costume collections and the ateliers of Turkish designers and artisans while enjoying memorable meals of regional Turkish cuisine.
Read Kay King's tour recap