Professor Kelly Cobb is a Philadelphia based designer and Instructor of Fashion and Apparel Studies at The University of Delaware, where she teaches CAD, Product Development and Management Studio and Creative Design Methods. In collaboration with her design students, Gildan Activewear, the Fair Labor Association, and the Instituto Politecnico Centroamericano in Honduras, Cobb carried out an "ethical fashion" project that demonstrated ground-up thinking about sustainability in the product development process. Cobb has designed functional prototypes for children’s sportswear and women’s RTW. As well, she has developed and coordinated sample production of surface designs for Couture and RTW markets. Cobb describes her approach to design and teaching as steeped in technique and compelled to innovate. She holds a BFA in Textiles from The Maryland Institute, College of Art and an MFA from The University of Florida.
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