• Jason Kass

    Assistant Professor of Fashion Communication


    Jason Kass came to Parsons from London College of Fashion (LCF), where he directed the BA in Creative Direction for Fashion and taught visual communication across the Fashion Communication department. While at LCF he facilitated a number of industry projects including with global retailer H&M and fashion startup Knomi. In 2016, he co-organized the first international conference on Aesthetics, Fashion and Psychology.

    Previously, Jason worked as a freelance communication designer and production artist in New York City with clients including MTV, GQ magazine and GB65. He held a staff position at Visionaire/V/Vman where he contributed to editorial and production including collaborations with Mini Cooper, Krug, Lexus and Lacoste. Before moving into higher education, he held a managerial position at a creative post-production studio serving commercial clients like Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren and L'Oreal.



    Degrees Held:

    PhD in Visual Art and Design Practice

    MFA in Computer Art (digital media)

    BFA in Studio Art

    BA in Art History

    Research Interests:

    Psychology of fashion, fashion and art collaborations, critical fashion practices