Julia Perry: Fashion Designer Extraordinaire
Former Provo High School student Julia Perry returned from New York to give a fashion presentation at the 2014 Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) Education summer conference! Julia shared an awesome presentation! I was in awe to hear about the amazing things she has been doing since she graduated from Provo High School in 2003!
During Julia’s senior year she participated in Provo High Schools pilot New York Field Study. I was astonished to see all the things she has done and the places she has been since she graduated. When Julia was in high school she was an amazing seamstress, and her skills have only culminated into magnificent from there!
At the conference, Julia told how she started heading toward a career that didn’t quite have her heart, so she decided to change direction and follow the direction that her heart was pulling her. This direction was FASHION! After Julia decided to change career direction she applied to the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). (FIT is one of the top design schools in the United States and is the school where Calvin Klein received his training.) She got accepted and studied tailoring and women’s sportswear. After graduating from FIT, Julia went to work for some of the top fashion designers such as, Cynthia Rowley, Isaac Mitzrahi, Ralph Lauren, and a number of others! She also studied at the Politecnico di Milano in Milan, Italy.
Julia has pushed herself even further, not only has she worked with great fashion designers, she is on the road to becoming one! In February, Julia launched her own line of clothing—Point&Hue—at Fashion Week Las Vegas! Way to go Julia!
Check out Julia’s clothing line at www.pointandhue.com.
Julia is currently pursuing an MBA at Brigham Young University. Many people have asked Julia why she is pursuing an MBA. Her response, “People don’t understand how much of fashion is really a business. It’s artistic, but at the end of the day it’s a business. If you don’t sell you don’t stay in business, so it’s an important thing to learn.”