Bay State Graduate Named Creative Director & Stylist for Fashion & Fame Lifestyle Magazine

By on May 6, 2014

At the age of 25, 2013 Bay State College Fashion Merchandising graduate Nicholas Centofanti has been named Creative Director & Stylist for Fashion & Fame Lifestyle Magazine. The Magazine is an international, high-fashion print and online publication aimed at stylists, hair & makeup artists, designers, photographers, models and bloggers currently transitioning to a Local Rhode Island Lifestyle magazine. With his diverse experience and keen eye for detail, he recently coordinated his first editorial spread shoot for the magazine, showcasing the wardrobe from “Project Runway” Season 9 contestant David Chum.

Centofanti’s career began as a college Intern for StyleWeek, which hosts formal fashion shows and community-wide events. During his tenure there, he helped oversee its Northeast Fashion Week in Providence, R.I., at the renowned Biltmore Hotel. He has also worked as a Marketing Intern with Miamore Communications, a Merchandising Intern for and Event Coordinator with the European Luxury division of Rulala. Centofanti also served as an Assistant Wardrobe Stylist for Stephanie Edmond and returned to StyleWeek two seasons ago as a Back of the House Assistant.

Wishing you continued success, Nick! Congratulations!