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Link: https://www.fitnyc.edu/ (Actived: Sunday Feb 17, 2019)
Your FIT email address is your FIT Username followed by the domain @fitnyc.edu. FIT uses G Suite for Education and email accounts use the Gmail platform. While your FIT email address will end with @fitnyc.edu and not @gmail.com, the look and functionality will be the same as an @gmail.com account.
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Course 4. Distribution and Retail. Learn about the ways a sneaker gets to market through exploration of trade shows, traditional and non-traditional retail, boutiques, select release dates and drop strategy, and conventions.
Link: https://sneakers.fitnyc.edu/ (Actived: Saturday Feb 16, 2019)
IL 102 — Introduction to Digital Sculpting. 1.5 credits; 3 lab hours. A hands-on studio course where students create characters, props and costumes in three dimensions (3D) using the most up-to-date mesh-based digital modeling software.
Link: https://catalog.fitnyc.edu/undergraduate/courses/il/ (Actived: Tuesday Feb 12, 2019)
www.fitnyc.edu: The 27th Street campus of the Fashion Institute of Technology. The Fred P. Pomerantz Art & Design Center (near) and the Shirley Goodman Resource Center (far) straddle the 27th Street entrance to the campus. The Marvin Feldman Center. Nagler Hall dormitory.
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Category: Museum. American Style on CNN. January 11, 2019 Julianna Dow College & Campus, Museum. Don’t miss Museum at FIT Director and Chief Curator Valerie Steele in all four episodes of American Style! Style is more […] Read more. The Science of Lurex.
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About FIT's Catalog. The Fashion Institute of Technology's Catalog lists academic and admission policies, expenses and financial aid information, overview of majors, courses, and related instructional programs relevant for the entering class of Fall 2018.
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See more of Fashion Institute of Technology on Facebook. Log In. or. Create New Account. See more of Fashion Institute of Technology on Facebook. Log In. Forgot account? or. www.fitnyc.edu. College & University. Price Range $ People. 137,054 likes. 104,571 visits. Related Pages. Vogue. Magazine. Parsons School of Design. Art School. Museum
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MyFIT is a gateway to FIT’s online services such as registration, financial aid, bill payment, and academic course information for students; academic course and enrollment information for faculty; and payroll information, leave balances and leave reporting for all employees.
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The Fashion History Timeline is a project by FIT’s History of Art Department.The Timeline offers scholarly contributions to the public knowledge of the history of fashion and design. Consistent with this mission, the Timeline’s written commentary, research, and analysis provided by FIT students, faculty, and other members of the community is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution
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Dress. The feminization of color was a significant development in nineteenth-century western fashion. As Euro-American men increasingly wore dark, sober colors, such as black and navy blue, they left bright and pastel shades to women.
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Left: Ballgown, 1860, lent by the Museum of the City of New York, gift of Mrs. Lewis E. Waring and Mrs. Henry M. Post, 1943. Romanticism in ballet was epitomized by the white dress worn by Marie Taglioni in La Sylphide (1832). That the color of virginal innocence should be associated with “the beautiful danger” of sylphs, willies, and swan maidens has intrigued dance scholars.
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