Menswear line DYNE, whose designer is FIT alumnus Christopher Bevans, has been announced as the […]Read more
Starting in August 2017, two signature curricula of the college ― Fashion Design and Fashion Business Management ― will be offered at SUNY Korea’s state-of-the-art campus. Today, we want to hear from FIT alumni living in South Korea and throughout Asia. Join our alumni group to receive the latest news, meet other graduates, and attend FIT events held in Korea!
FIT in the News
Hamptons.com (including a 26-image slide show), The New York Post’s PageSix.com (both July 25), and TheIndependent.com (July 26) reported on a fundraising dinner held at the home of Joan Hornig, FIT trustee. Works by students in Toy Design, Jewelry Design, Accessories Design, and Interior Design were on display at the dinner.
CNBC.com (July 27) talked with Shawn Grain Carter, associate professor, Fashion Business Management, for an article on the growing trend of mass customization in fashion and retail.
WWD.com (July 25) announced that FIT has partnered with Archroma, a Swiss resource for color and specialty chemicals, for the new Archroma Color Center located on campus. Students in the Textile Development and Marketing program will have access to color management tools for their design projects, while getting more hands-on experience that helps to prepare them for careers in the fashion and textiles industries. The center features a flip-through display that re-creates the 4,320 hues of Archroma’s color management system, Color Atlas, on one wall. Students also have access to a complete six-volume library that includes detachable fabric swatches.