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Beauty Features

Fashion Institute of Technology Launches Beauty Industry Essentials Program

The online program consists of seven courses that give students an in-depth introduction to the beauty industry.

clock February 15, 2018Layla Ilchi

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People

Norman Norell’s Lasting Influence on American Fashion

The Illinois-born Norell began designing costumes at Paramount Pictures in Astoria, N.Y., before staking his claim in the American fashion landscape on Seventh Avenue.

clock February 1, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg and Andrew Nodell

Group shot of Design Entrepreneurs reception at G-IIIon Thursday, January 11, 2018.

Retail

FIT Launches Design Entrepreneur Program, Class of 2018

The Fashion Institute of Technology has selected 23 designers for participation in the FIT Design Entrepreneurs program.

clock January 12, 2018Tracey Greenstein

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Technology

Fashion Institute of Technology, First Insight Partner for Data-Focused Course

Students will learn how to optimize predictive analytics to inform design and merchandising decisions.

clock December 6, 2017Elizabeth Doupnik

Archroma's EarthColors natural dye denim.

Technology

Archroma and FIT Partner to Create ‘Archroma Color Center’

Swiss-based company Archroma and the Fashion Institute of Technology partnered to create the Archroma Color Center @FIT.

clock November 30, 2017Tracey Greenstein

Capstone group leader, Crystal Sai, presents the brand expression group's brand humanization theory.

Beauty Features

FIT Graduate Capstone Focuses on the Future of Brands

Graduate students in FIT’s Professional Studies in Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing and Management program explored ways brands can adapt to changing retail and consumer preferences.

clock June 14, 2017Layla Ilchi

The branding of the Giants and the Jets are among the logos being reimagined by F.I.T. students.

Fashion Scoops

NFL Drafts FIT Students to Revamp Branding

The FIT students’ winning NFL-inspired designs will be on display in The Museum at FIT’s Gallery April 14 through 29.

clock April 12, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

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Retail

Bringing Students to the Intersection of Art and Retail

The new FIT-PAVE program was conceived by Ignaz Gorischek.

clock April 11, 2017David Moin

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Fashion Scoops

Jason Wu Talks Accomplishments, Career, Politics With Valerie Steele

The designer reflected on business beginnings; food poisoning around Kate Moss; biggest accomplishments, and politics.

clock March 24, 2017Andrew Shang

Isabella Huffington and Arianna Huffington

Fashion Scoops

Artist Isabella Huffington Delves Into Fashion With Two Items for Bo Guo’s Designow Web Site

On April 28, Huffington will open an exhibition at Rebecca Minkoff’s gallery adjacent to the designer’s Melrose Avenue store. The artist has another show opening May 3 at Anastasia Photo on the Lower East Side about women and politics.

clock March 21, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

Brett Heyman and Chloe Malle

Parties

The Couture Council Kicks Off February Fashion Week With Inaugural Luncheon

The luncheon featured a tête-à-tête with Brett Heyman of Edie Parker and Chloe Malle.

clock February 8, 2017Alexa Tietjen

FIT Black Fashion Designers Symposium

Fashion Features

Fashion Institute of Technology Hosts Black Fashion Designers Symposium

The daylong event addressed what it means to be a black fashion designer.

clock February 7, 2017Aria Hughes

Dr. Joyce F. Brown, Fashion Institute of Technology President; Abbey Doneger, The Doneger Group President and CEO; Karen Giberson, Accessories Council President

Fashion Scoops

Accessories Council, Doneger Group Unveil Classroom at FIT

The space will be used by FIT’s accessory design program.

clock December 13, 2016Misty White Sidell

Linda Klein, Audrey Gruss, Albert Kriemler and Valerie Steele

Parties

2016 Couture Council Luncheon Honors Akris’ Albert Kriemler

The annual award luncheon benefits The Museum at FIT.

clock September 7, 2016Kristen Tauer

FIT Biodesign Challenge

Textiles

Students Create Bio Yarns to Win Design Challenge

The students won the first Biodesign Challenge, in which teams of students from nine U.S. colleges and universities created projects that envision future applications of biotechnology.

clock July 11, 2016Arthur Friedman

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Christopher Bailey on Legacy — and Post-Burberry Life

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