Browne will be honored on Wednesday, September 6, at a luncheon at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center in New York City.
Team Quicksnap was selected as the contest winner, due to the team’s innovative and creative designs that worked well across product executions.
The winning designs will be announced during a special event at FIT on April 18 that coincides with an exhibition of the students’ work and NFL memorabilia, including the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
The two organizations are partnering to present the Fashion Future Graduate Showcase, a curated physical and digital exhibition of up to 100 top fashion graduates.
The event runs between September 19 and September 28, 2016, with Columbus Consulting running an interactive session on Monday September 26 at the SUNY Global Center.
It was a hats-on night on April 14 when the members of the The Headwear Association gathered at The Boathouse in Central Park for their 108th annual dinner.
It’s no surprise that everyone’s favorite fabric is being put under the historical microscope in “Denim: Fashion’s Frontier,” a new exhibit at New York City’s Museum at FIT, running through May 7.
Hickey Freeman’s Madison Avenue store has unveiled its holiday windows in collaboration with creative director of W Diamond Group Tom Beebe and four Fashion Institute of Technology students.
The look labeled ‘metrosexual’ in the ’90s is now so mainstream that the term is almost irrelevant. Could androgyny become the next normal?
Arnold J. Karr, MR Magazine’s first web editor who helped launch then MRketplace.com in 2006, died on Friday, November 6 from liver cancer.
Brooklyn-based designers Raul Arevalo and Brad Schmidt of Cadet won the first-place Design Entrepreneurs NYC award of $100,000 to implement their business plan.
Karen Alberg Grossman sat in on student presentations for Sal Giardina’s Textile Marketing Strategy class at FIT and saw outerwear that recharges batteries, eco-conscious infant apparel, bandages made from the collagen in fish skin and more.
I recently sat in on a class of graduating FIT students as they presented their senior projects. The class was Textile Marketing Strategy and the assignment was to create a product and execute a marketing strategy using textiles that are sustainable and/or help solve an existing problem. Wow, did these …