Siriano continues to support the school. He welcomes BSA students at his New York City studio for annual field trips. He's also co-chairing the school's "Expressions" gala, an annual fundraiser.
Kent considers Siriano to be the most successful of any BSA visual arts students in the school's history.
"I've been at the school since 1980 when it opened and department head for most of that time. He's the only art star we've ever had," he said. "We have a lot of successful students who are making a good living, but no one in the limelight like he is."
Siriano also invites a group of teachers — including Kent — to his Fashion Week shows.
It's all just part of his laundry list.
A couple of hours after his interview for this article, he posted a picture on Instagram, showing his beading work on a bridal gown.
Just another successful project on another most fabulous day.
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