Each December, the FIT Newsroom editors compile the most-clicked stories of the year. In 2022, student-centered stories received the most attention. Based on the statistics, readers wanted to see student designs, awards, and photos—everything that defines the experience of attending FIT.
Here are the 10 most-clicked stories from the year. How many have you read?
After a hiatus during the pandemic, popular study abroad experiences resumed in 2022. This story featured plenty of photos of students who learned in Italy in June.
One of the highlights of graduating from FIT is learning from industry luminaries at the spring commencement ceremonies. This year, the announcement of the speakers—all FIT alumni—received an impressive number of views.
One of this year’s World Affairs Lectures featured the first female editor of a prominent magazine in India. This recap delves into her bold choices and her fight against sexism.
The Fashion Scholarship Fund, the foremost fashion-oriented education and workforce development nonprofit in the U.S., awarded scholarships to three business students. This article describes the students’ winning case studies.
Art Market Studies faculty member Alexandra Schwartz curated an exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Design that analyzed clothing as a vehicle for artistic expression. We went into detail about the exhibition’s complex structure and unique interactive opening performance.
This year, FIT dominated the Society of Illustrators’ prestigious Student Scholarship Competition, with eight artworks among the selections. The article includes a slideshow of the winning pieces.
The Costume Institute’s 2021–22 show, In America: An Anthology of Fashion, included a student competition—and a team from FIT was one of 10 chosen to create gowns that were displayed at the Met’s College Night. Spoiler alert: They won the Fan Favorite Award!
The FIT community was abuzz over the first in-person Future of Fashion runway presentation since 2019. The popular Newsroom recap featured links to the critic-award-winning garments and tons of images, too.
The highlight of this popular article was a slideshow of the brightly colored student looks inspired by—and on display at—the Macy’s Flower Show.
The Met Gala is quite possibly the biggest night for couture on the red carpet—and this year, FIT alumni made a big splash. Newsroom readers clicked in record numbers to view jaw-dropping looks by Peter Do, Victor Glemaud, Michael Kors, Francesco Risso of Marni, and Daniel Roseberry of Schiaparelli.
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