Supporting the arts doesn't mean only visiting the big exhibits (though, get ready for Punk nation!) To be a true patron, you've got to get involved at every level. Which is why we were psyched when FIT asked our New York editor, Annie Georgia Greenberg, and assistant fashion editor, Willow Lindley, to style its 2013 Future Of Fashion show. The 90-look parade of goodness was a remarkable display of what's to come in the industry. From evening gowns to lingerie, knitwear to children's clothes, the ensembles were every bit as good as what we've seen at Lincoln Center. Highlights came with well-stitched, delicate dresses and futuristic, chunky sweaters. Each look had a distinct vision, making the show a wide array of minimalism and decadence. For this graduating class, we're giving out 90 As.
Watch the link below and see if you can spot bling from Andra Neen, Max & Chloe, Lulu Frost, Swarovski, Holst And Lee, and Charming Charlie and shoes, shoes, shoes from Kurt Geiger, Aperlai, Aldo, Rebecca Minkoff, Tibi, Vince Camuto, United Nute, John-Michel Cazabet, and Cole Haan.
The Fashion Institute of Technology treated its outgoing class to a double bill at this year's graduation ceremony: Both Bobbi Brown and Christian Louboutin took the stage to make commencement addresses. Brown, a "bonafide [beauty] tycoon with more than 40 stores and 1,000 counters around the world," Teen Vogue writes, read
I’ve had a lot of jobs and a lot of attempts at formal education, but I didn’t have an internship until I was 25 years old — and it was a 10-hour-a-week commitment, at most. By that time, many of my peers had already framed their degrees and moved on to their second or third internships. It felt like they were read