The Fashion Institute of Technology and the FIT Foundation honored trustee and foundation chairman (and former Kohl’s president) Dr. Jay H. Baker; Bergdorf Goodman’s Linda Fargo; and jewelry designer, philanthropist, and trustee Joan Hornig.
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Textile Development and Marketing students created the FIT Rooftop Natural Dye Garden to grow plants that yield environmentally friendly natural dyes. The project was selected for presentation at the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative University conference. MORE HERE and HERE
WOMAN OF STYLE
The Museum at FIT will honor Carolina Herrera with its 2014 Couture Council Award for Artistry of Fashion. MORE
Fanciful feathered creatures created by the School of Art and Design’s Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design students for an on-campus exhibit Fowl Play. MORE
Students in the Baker School of Business and Technology acquire management skills through hands-on experience with state-of-the-art equipment, such as this computerized fabric spreader. MORE
FIT welcomes nearly 10,000 students back to campus for the fall semester. MORE
DRAWING FROM THE REAL WORLD
Illustration MFA students hone their skills as a professional boxer strikes a pose in the studio. MORE
Day and night, students come and go in the David Dubinsky Student Center, where there's always lots to do—activities, clubs, grabbing a meal or a snack, or hanging out with friends. MORE