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  • Christian Cota Atelier Visit April 2011 | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Blahnik 2014 Couture Council Artistry of Fashion Award Carolina Herrera 2013 Couture Council Artistry of Fashion Award Michael Kors 2012 Couture Council Artistry of Fashion Award Oscar de la Renta 2011 Couture Council Artistry of Fashion Award Valentino ICP exhibition tour October 2011 Lilly Dach Birthday 2011 Valentino Summer Soiree August 2011 Michael Kors Luncheon May 2011 Christian Cota Atelier Visit April 2011 Luncheon with Ruben Toledo March 2011 Francisco Costa Studio Visit March 2011 2010 Couture Council Fashion Visionary Award Karl Lagerfeld 2009 Couture Council Artistry of Fashion Award Dries van Noten Christian Cota Atelier Visit April 2011 Couture Council members with Christian Cota during a private visit to the designer s atelier 2011 On Wednesday April 13 2011 members of the Museum at FIT s Couture Council were invited to a private visit to the atelier of Christian Cota Christian Cota is a talent on the rise and increasingly recognized among both retailers and celebrities Notable actresses who have worn Christian Cota include Blake Lively Carrie Underwood Elizabeth Banks Eva Longoria Eva Mendes Katy Perry Taylor Swift and Tina Fey View photos from the event on Flickr Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology Seventh Avenue at 27

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  • Luncheon with Ruben Toledo March 2011 | Fashion Institute of Technology
    August 2011 Michael Kors Luncheon May 2011 Christian Cota Atelier Visit April 2011 Luncheon with Ruben Toledo March 2011 Francisco Costa Studio Visit March 2011 2010 Couture Council Fashion Visionary Award Karl Lagerfeld 2009 Couture Council Artistry of Fashion Award Dries van Noten Luncheon with Ruben Toledo March 2011 Ruben Toledo signing a copy of the book Ruben Toledo s Fashion Almanac at Doubles in New York 2011 On Wednesday

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  • Francisco Costa Studio Visit March 2011 | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Michael Kors Luncheon May 2011 Christian Cota Atelier Visit April 2011 Luncheon with Ruben Toledo March 2011 Francisco Costa Studio Visit March 2011 2010 Couture Council Fashion Visionary Award Karl Lagerfeld 2009 Couture Council Artistry of Fashion Award Dries van Noten Francisco Costa Studio Visit March 2011 Francisco Costa with Couture Council members during a visit to the designer s studio 2011 Photos from an intimate reception on March 17

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  • 2010 Couture Council Fashion Visionary Award: Karl Lagerfeld | Fashion Institute of Technology
    coveted fashion label in the world Not only is Lagerfeld an inimitable designer he is also an acclaimed photographer publisher renowned collector and a true connoisseur View photos from the event on Flickr Karl Lagerfeld was chosen to receive The Couture Council Fashion Visionary Award by the Couture Council Advisory Committee an independent group consisting of curators editors and retailers Members include Pamela Golbin curator of the Muse de la Mode Akiko Fukai director and chief curator of the Kyoto Costume Institute Glenda Bailey editor in chief of Harpers Bazaar Hamish Bowles European editor at large of Vogue Ken Downing fashion director of Neiman Marcus Linda Fargo senior vice president of Bergdorf Goodman and Julie Gilhart fashion director of Barneys New York among others Dr Steele chairs the Couture Council Advisory Committee FIT president Dr Joyce F Brown noted Karl Lagerfeld epitomizes the highest level of design genius and is a source of tremendous influence and inspiration for our students His multi faceted career provides a road map for all who aspire to be unbounded in their artistic endeavors We are so very pleased to give The Couture Council Fashion Visionary Award to Mr Lagerfeld Elaborating on Karl Lagerfeld Dr Steele said He is inventive and a multi faceted creator For Chanel he designs the Haute Couture Ready to Wear Cruise and Metiers D Art collections and is the creator and photographer for all fashion ad campaigns In addition to his work for Chanel he has his own eponymous line Karl Lagerfeld is artistic advisor at Fendi and over the years has designed for numerous companies most notably Chlo His ability to design simultaneously for multiple brands has been a defining characteristic of his career and is typical of his apparently inexhaustible energy and creativity His work for Chanel is

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  • 2009 Couture Council Artistry of Fashion Award: Dries van Noten | Fashion Institute of Technology
    The FIT Couture Councils glamorous annual luncheon is the first event of the New Yorks Fall Fashion Week Previous recipients of the Couture Council Artistry of Fashion Award have been Isabel Toledo in 2008 a prescient choice made before Mrs Obama selected her for her Inaugural outfit Alber Elbaz of Lanvin in 2007 and Ralph Rucci the recipient of the first award in 2006 Recipients of the Award are chosen by the Couture Council Advisory Committee an independent group consisting of curators editors and retailers Members include Pamela Golbin curator of the Muse de la Mode Akiko Fukai director and chief curator of the Kyoto Costume Institute Glenda Bailey editor in chief of Harpers Bazaar Hamish Bowles editor of Vogue Ken Downing of Neiman Marcus Linda Fargo of Bergdorf Goodman Julie Gilhart of Barneys New York and others The group is chaired by Dr Valerie Steele director and chief curator of The Museum at FIT Dries van Noten creates clothes of extraordinary beauty and originality says Steele His sense of color print and decoration are unequaled Dries clothes are not for one season Like works of art they continue to speak to us across time and space He has created a unique personal signature but at the same time he facilitates the wearers individual sense of style Simon Doonan the famously witty creative director for Barneys New York emceed the event hosted by the founding Couture Council Chairmen Yaz Hernandez Liz Peek and Sarah Wolfe Charlotte Moss is the Founding Luncheon Chairman Those attending the award luncheon included Glenda Bailey Hamish Bowles Nina Garcia Daphne Guinness Iman Carson Kresley Ralph Rucci Andre Leon Talley Isabel and Ruben Toledo and Diane von Furstenberg The Luncheon Chairmen include Vanessa Fata Kimberly Kassel Nadine Kasuga and Jacqueline Sackler The Junior Chairmen include Tennessee

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  • About Human Resources | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Degree Programs Middle School and High School Classes Tuition Costs Financial Aid Services Bursar s Office Educational Opportunity Programs EOP Presidential Scholars Honors Program Veterans Services Online Learning Virtual Tour Visit FIT Campus Life Student Life at FIT Residential Life Safety Security Health Services Counseling Services Disability Support Services FIT ABLE International Student Services Veteran Services Computing and Technology at FIT Student Clubs and Activities Athletics and Recreation Dining Services Barnes Noble at FIT Give to FIT News My FIT Information For Current Students Faculty Staff Alumni Recently Accepted Students Parents Employers Industry Adult Learners Career Professionals Home Human Resources About Human Resources In this section Job Listings Prospective Employees New Hire Onboarding Current Employees Benefits Forms HR Communications Contact Us About Human Resources FAQ About Human Resources Vision Statement FIT Office of Human Resources Through trust partnership and best practices ensuring employee success in an ever changing environment Mission Statement The Office of Human Resources will promote professionalism and development to position the Fashion Institute of Technology as a leading employer in higher education To achieve the goals of the College the Office of Human Resources in a strategic partnership with the FIT community and its clients will promote

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  • Museum at FIT Awarded Accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Photography The Jewish Museum Lower East Side Tenement Museum Metropolitan Museum of Art Morgan Library Museum Morris Jumel Mansion Mount Vernon Hotel Museum Garden Museum of Arts and Design The Museum of Modern Art Museum of the Moving Image New York Botanical Garden Solomon R Guggenheim Museum The Studio Museum in Harlem and the Whitney Museum of Art While The Museum at FIT has proven to be exemplary in all that it does a prerequisite for receiving accreditation it has placed forging community ties among its top priorities said AAM president Ford W Bell The museum has established strong bonds with local students its residential neighbors and with the college as a whole always a critical issue for college and university museums The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology is certainly one of New Yorks and the countrys finest museums The Museum at FIT is an integral component of an FIT education and campus life said Dr Joyce F Brown president of FIT However it also is an important part of the Chelsea community as well as a vital component of New York Citys cultural offerings and resources The college is extremely pleased by the AAMs recognition of the museums quality and commitment to excellence By achieving accreditation The Museum at FIT has confirmed something many visitors likely already know it is one of the truly outstanding museums in America The Museum at FIT is very proud to receive this distinction noted Dr Valerie Steele director of The Museum at FIT We sought accreditation through the AAM to emphasize the museums commitment to the core values and principles of collections stewardship However this recognition validates the dedication of our staff to the highest standards in all aspects of the museums operations from governance and planning to exhibitions and public programming We will continue to serve the FIT community the Chelsea neighborhood New York City and the global fashion community by advancing knowledge of fashion preserving this important collection and mounting r innovative and exciting exhibitions MFIT underwent a rigorous year of self study followed by a two day site visit by a team of external museum professionals The site visitors found the museum to meet the characteristics of an accreditable museum and in some ways to have exceeded them In particular they praised MFITs small staff as well trained professional and dedicated they identified the collections to be well organized and carefully preserved and they concluded that MFIT is truly a teaching museum in all senses of the word Its professional staff is deeply committed to the highest standards of original scholarship at the same time that they work very hard to make all the collections accessible to a broadly diverse audience The commission particularly applauded the museums Presidential Scholars Museum Facilitators Program and the recent reorganization that resulted in the Department of Education and Public Programs that welcomes and responds well to the community MFITs priority is to use collections and exhibitions to advance knowledge of fashion More

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  • Enrollment Data | Fashion Institute of Technology
    SHEET Fall 2014 APPLICANTS First time Freshmen Completed Applications 4 729 Accepted Applications 2 094 Enrolled Applicants 1 322 Acceptance Rate 44 Applicant Yield 63 Source Federal IPED Report and Common Data Set 0 Transfers Completed Applications 2 592 Accepted Applications 1 223 Enrolled Applicants 961 Acceptance Rate 47 Applicant Yield 79 Source Common Data Set ENROLLMENT Enrollment Status Full Time 7 578 78 Part Time 2 186 22 Level Undergraduate 9 567 98 Graduate 197 2 Degree Associate 4 741 49 Bachelor 3 517 36 Master s 196 2 Certificate 2 0 02 Non matriculated 1 308 13 School Art Design 3 497 36 Business Technology 4 693 48 Liberal Arts 70 1 Non matriculated 1 308 13 Graduate 196 2 Total Headcount 9 764 Source SIRIS STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Race Ethnicity percent of known race American Indian or Alaskan 16 0 Asian 984 10 Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 27 0 Black 939 10 White 4 524 46 Hispanic 1 573 16 Multi Racial 332 3 Total Reported 8 395 Non Resident Aliens 1 211 12 Unknown 158 2 Total 9 764 Gender Male 1 498 15 Female 8 266 85 Total 9 764 Residency Status New York City 3 655 37 New York State 2 471 25 Out of State 3 638 37 Total 9 764 Age in Fall 19 and under 2 777 29 20 21 2 747 29 22 24 1 692 18 25 29 1 085 11 30 34 511 5 35 39 722 8 40 and higher 33 0 3 Unknown 0 9 567 Source SIRIS Average age full time first time degree seekers 18 Average age all degree seekers 23 Source Common Data Set DEGREES AWARDED July 1 2013 through June 30 2014 Associate 2 013 BS 903 BFA 588 Bachelors Total 1

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