Scott Galloway has a lot to say, and isn’t reticent to say it. The professor […]Read more
Vote now for the Future of Fashion People’s Choice Award
FIT’s graduating BFA class in Fashion Design presents a professional runway show every spring. Each year, industry critics lend their expertise to our graduating students during their final semester as they prepare for the fashion show. Fashion professionals decide which garments are outstanding enough to make it to the runway in each of the specializations: intimate apparel, special occasion, knitwear, children’s wear, and sportswear.
Vote for your favorite student design to receive the People’s Choice Award. Vote now and watch the Future of Fashion on May 3 to find out who won!
While Earth Day is an annual event celebrated worldwide on April 22, FIT is committed to […]Read more
FIT has been awarded a $100,000 grant from The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) […]Read more
One evening in March, students from FIT’s Art Market Studies MA program gathered in the […]Read more
FIT in the News
ArtForum.com (April 9) announced that FIT is the recipient of a $100,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The grant will be used for faculty development on the history of business and labor, to be taught to students in the School of Art and Design. Pickups include News.ArtNet.com (April 10).
FN Footwear News (April 2) devoted a full page to discussing FIT’s sustainability initiatives, which included a conversation with Jeffrey Silberman, professor and chair, Textile Development and Marketing. “Sustainability is so critical to FIT that it is a component of our mission and an integral part of the college’s strategic plan,” Silverman said.
CCDaily.com (April 16) reported on the appointment of Philips McCarty as vice president for advancement and executive director of the FIT Foundation.