• Grace Jun

    Assistant Professor of Fashion


    Grace is a designer and self-taught coder. Her work examines inclusive fashion, aimed to anchor wearable technologies to empowerment human experience. Grace is the Executive Director at Open Style Lab (OSL), an organization that involves interdisciplinary practice to make wearable solutions for and with people of diverse abiltiies. Grace has presented her work at several universities in support of adapting inclusive learning and universal design, such as Harvard School of Education, the MIT Museum, and Yonsei University. She has been widely published in articles for her work and involvement at OSL including Fastco.Design, NYTimes, WSJ, and the Boston Globe.

    Degrees Held:

    MFA- Design & Technology at Parsons School of Design

    BFA - Rhode Island School of Design 

    Research Interests:

    inclusive design, wearable tech, functional fashion, universal design, user experience

    Current Courses: