On Tuesday, February 7, The Museum at FIT (MFIT) held the opening reception for Fresh, Fly, and Fabulous: Fifty Years […]Read more
What Made Fashion So Meaningful for Jane Austen?
Dress historian Hilary Davidson was recently invited to deliver historical lecture on a topic on which she literally wrote the […]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
Couture Council Honors Dior’s Maria Grazia Chiuri at Annual Luncheon
On Wednesday, September 7, the Couture Council of The Museum at FIT (MFIT) honored Maria Grazia Chiuri, creative director of […]Read more
Exploring the Legacy of Dietrich, an Impressionist Impresario
The Swedish-American Impressionist artist Dietrich resolved to become a fine artists at an early age. Born Dietrich Grunewald in 1916, […]Read more
FIT Marks Holocaust Remembrance Day with Special Exhibition
To mark Holocaust Remembrance Day on Thursday, April 28, the exhibition Art From the Holocaust will be on view in […]Read more
Annual Awards Gala Raises More Than $1.5 Million, Honors Four Visionaries
On April 13, FIT hosted its 2022 Annual Awards Gala fundraising event at The Shed in New York City, raising more […]Read more
Women’s History Month 2021
Join us in honoring Women’s History Month by checking out the following FIT events and articles. Throughout the month of […]Read more
President Brown on the U.S. Presidential Inauguration
FIT President Joyce F. Brown has issued comments in advance of the Jan. 20 presidential inauguration. Her statement reads as […]Read more
A Bosnian Muslim Describes His War Experience
Between 1992 and 1995, a war killed more than 100,000 people in the country formerly known as Yugoslavia. Kenan Trebincevic was […]Read more
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