For generations, women’s rights have been restricted in Iran. As recent political tensions have grown, so have the restrictions. Women’s […]Read more
Author: Alex Joseph
Revisiting the Life and Work of Elizabeth Hawes
What does “Fashion Is Spinach” mean? For Elizabeth Hawes, the American fashion designer, celebrated author, activist, and social critic, it […]Read more
What Was FIT’s Soul Club? Four Alums Remember
From 1968 to 1991, FIT’s Soul Club provided an essential service to FIT. Founded after the assassination of Martin Luther […]Read more
Alum Curates CFDA’s First Metaverse Fashion Show
Starting December 19, enter the online game The Sandbox and you can see an exhibition of digital fashion, curated by […]Read more
Who’s Afraid of Fatness in Fashion?
Would you consider fashion to be size-inclusive in 2022? If you answered yes, Paolo Volonté, author of Fat Fashion: The […]Read more
Literary Star Angie Cruz ’94 Discusses Her New Novel
In September, the fourth novel by Angie Cruz, Fashion Design ’94, was reviewed on the cover of The New York […]Read more
Students’ Design Recognized at The Met
In May, three Fashion Design students were recognized at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for a dress commemorating the Triangle […]Read more
“Curator of Absences”: Being a Woman Editor in India
Chinki Sinha never intended to become a political reporter. Now, as the first woman to serve as editor of India’s […]Read more
How Do You Represent Peru at a World’s Fair?
An Exhibition and Experience Design MA alumna was part of a team that won a People’s Choice Award for designing the […]Read more
An Exhibition Looks at Garments as Art
On March 12, the Museum of Arts and Design will open an exhibition about clothing used as a medium of […]Read more
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