Christopher Musci is a Brooklyn based designer and educator specializing in visual communications and promotions for the fashion and entertainment industry. A design chameleon of sorts, his 20+ years of industry experience include graphic design for print and web, branding, product packaging/display design, public relations, and management of celebrity fan-based social networks.
Professional highlights include web/social network direction for Hilary Duff; and, design and PR for clients such as Nancy Geist, Butter, and Cynthia Rowley footwear collections; Easel; Sacco; and PGI.
Since 1996 Christopher has taught digital design for fashion in the BFA Fashion Program at Parsons The New School For Design. Prior he taught at the Fashion Institute of Technology and at the School of Fashion Design and Merchandising at Kent State University. Additionally, he develops and teaches digital design training seminars for designers at corporations such as Macy’s Merchandising Group, Aéropostale, Natori, and Tiffany & Co.
Musci holds a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from the College of Design, Art, Architecture and Planning (DAAP) at the University of Cincinnati.
Co-authored digital design chapter for Portfolio Presentation for Fashion Designers by Linda Tain
Designed end page graphics for Shoes: A Lexicon of Style by Valerie Steele
Visual Communications, Technology & Design, Digital Design for Fashion