As part of its plan to team with leading global universities, Archroma partnered with the FIT’s Textile Development and Marketing department.
Suggesting that many design schools don’t make the technical aspects of design a priority any more, New York School of Design president Janet Tsong noted that a lot of jobs are in pattern-making, technical design and production.
Founder of Essie Cosmetics and FIT alumna, Weingarten will share how she built her nail polish empire with nearly 4,000 graduates at Thursday’s commencement.
Sixty up-and-coming student designers are displaying their collections as part of a two-day event at 415 Fifth Avenue.
Students created new visual branding inspired by NFL team logos, which will be used on merchandise.
During World War II, consumer-friendly designs by Adrian and others were sold in MGM cinema shops with major retailers like Macy’s.
In mid- to late-April, a Worn Wear web site will be launched for shoppers to learn how to receive gift certificates for future purchases by returning gently worn Patagonia garments.
Adrian also had an extended run with his own ready-to-wear collection in Beverly Hills, introducing fragrances Saint and Sinner and running his own New York boutique at one point.
Looks by Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Sonia Rykiel, Pierre Cardin, Hubert de Givenchy and André Courrèges are among those that will be exhibited.
In September, the James G. Galanos Foundation gave nearly 700 ensembles to the Robert and Penny Fox at Drexel University’s Westphal College of Media Arts and Design.