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.
The Fashion Scholarship Fund held its first virtual pitch competition with former FSF scholars competing for a $50,000 grant.
Brands can join Studio 189, House of Waris, Collina Strada, WWAKE and Scosha in support for Slow Factory’s open education initiatives.
“We are facing a new era that interconnects physical and digital lives,” said FIT graduate Ka Ho Kam.
“As we come out from this pandemic, it’s clear that now more than ever, we as future designers in the fashion industry have to hold ourselves responsible for being creative while practicing sustainability.”
Pandemic-related behavioral changes could make existing designs obsolete, creating opportunity for the next generation of creatives.
LIM College discusses its strategy for educating and supporting its students during the coronavirus pandemic.
Michael C. Appel says ceos need to focus on liquidity and inventory positions as well as labor and rent costs during the COVID-19 outbreak.
In separate books published last month, authors Benjamin Wall and Joe Jackman want to help companies shake up the status quo.
Haley Steinberg, vice president of marketing communications at Authentic Brands Group, was given a LIM College Distinguished Alumni Award in 2019.
The FSF annual gala celebrated 2020 student scholarship winners and the ceo’s of Rent the Runway, Centric Brands and more.