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Buttons and trims were among the wares showcased by NYC manufacturers at City Source, hosted by Enterprise Studies at FIT. Designers and businesses discovered local firms offering fashion products and resources to help them produce goods in New York.

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Illustrations by Steven Stipelman '63, associate professor of Fashion DesignĖArt, graced the cover and inside pages of the December 31, 2014 issue of WWD.

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Faking It: Originals, Copies, and Counterfeits explores complexities in authenticity through 100 pieces from The Museum at FITís permanent collection. Exhibition ends Apr. 25, 2015.

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Challenging viewers to consider the complexities of cross-cultural communication, the sculpture Miss Communication consists of two walls constructed of 1,200 tin cans and in a grid system made of conduit pipes. Installation by FIT's Pansum Cheng

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