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Global Fashion Capitals

Emerging fashion centers around the globe are joining established capitals like Paris, New York, and Milan. This exhibition explores the globalization of fashion and the rise of 16 new capitals, from Berlin to Seoul, São Paulo to Mumbai. The Museum at FIT, Jun 2-Nov 14. Free admission.

Congratulations to the class of 2015!

Watch the commencement video online and view photo highlights from the ceremonies. Brooke Shields and Marc J. Metrick, Saks' president, were the speakers.

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FIT receives $74 million in Mayor de Blasio's budget to support the construction of a new state-of-the art academic building.

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When devising a safer Ebola hazmat suit for healthcare workers, fashion design skills came in handy. Bridal designer Jill Andrews ’87 used her understanding of how clothes work to help create a new suit that’s more comfortable to wear and easier to remove.

Fashion-Ready, Eco-Friendly

Textile/Surface Design student Hyuna Kim ’15 won first place in the Kornit Digital competition, using eco-friendly printing technology to create a sustainable, wearable design.

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