Patrick Mays, senior director of merchandising for Lucky Brand, shares insights about his career path after graduating LIM College.
From “multi-preneur” to “mom-preneur,” Christina Hammond’s career path is one that continues to evolve.
A sustainability curriculum will replace its International Fashion Marketing M.S. program.
The United We Mask initiative utilizes deadstock fabric with a focus on inclusivity and skill-sharing for kids and youth.
Diane von Furstenberg received an honorary doctor of humane letters degree.
LIM College and MOTIF will offer a series of online courses for the fashion industry.
The scholarships will aid financially troubled applicants to cover part of the tuition fee for the school’s three- and five-year courses.
LEF discusses its unique curriculum that fosters talent and leadership development in the luxury industry.
The program recognizes retail professionals who work to improve the customer experience.
Alexandra Rodrigues, a 2012 LIM College graduate, shares insights into an “unconventional” career.
New York-based Custom Collaborative saw its eighth cohort graduate this past weekend; Ngozi Okaro shares more on the challenges they are overcoming.
Poured founders discuss the genesis of their company and the dynamics of talent acquisition.