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Eight Memorable Fashion Moments

By Cary O’dell As we all know, fashion comes and…goes.  And, yet, for all its transitory properties, there comes along, once in a while, truly staggering, time-freezing incidents that forever impact not only the world of fashion, the world at … Continue reading

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Interview with the curators of Youthquake! The 1960s Fashion Revolution- Part II

Welcome to the part-two of our interview with Cassidy Zachary and Tracy Jenkins, curators of the exhibition Youthquake! The 1960s Fashion Revolution , open now through April 7 at the Museum at FIT. check out part one here. Keren Ben Horin: Can you talk a bit … Continue reading

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Interview with the curators of Youthquake! The 1960s Fashion Revolution- Part I

The exhibition Youthquake! The 1960s Fashion Revolution , open now through April 7, is a collaboration between the students of our program and the Museum at FIT. Last week I sat down with curators Cassidy Zachary and Tracy Jenkins to talk about how … Continue reading

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Then & Now

(left) Twiggy in Yves Saint Laurent, Vogue, March 15, 1967, photographer: Bert Stern. (right) “Drama Queen,” W Magazine, April 2012, Karlie Kloss in Marni, photographer: Craig McDean, styling: Lori Goldstein.

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Upcoming exhibitions at MFIT

It’s almost time for the annual exhibition curated by the graduates of our programs in conjunction with MFIT. The exhibition, titled, Youthquake! The 1960s Fashion Revolution, will open March 6. It will include more than thirty garments, accessories, and videos, and will feature … Continue reading

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Then&Now

(left) Who Are You Polly Magoo? 1966, director William Klein. (right) photograph by Pierre Dal Corso, 2011.

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