And many are accepting applications right now.
Finishing thesis collections and showcasing them from quarantine has created both challenges and opportunities for fashion school grads.
Curators from the Museum at FIT explain how they're adjusting to remote work without access to their usual research archives.
Eleanor Lambert is the subject of the latest from the Museum at FIT, organized by graduate students in its Fashion and Textile Studies program.
One benefit of Gen Z's propensity to post everything on social media is that a number of them are documenting their college lives in vlog form.
"Power Mode: The Force of Fashion," on display at the Museum at FIT, is small in scale but potent in message.
All that glitters is...sold?
For Disney on Broadway's 25th anniversary, 10 Fashion Institute of Technology students created modern looks inspired by Disney's leading ladies.
"Women have so many roles, one bag isn't enough."
The curator reflects on more than two decades at the helm of the museum and how a story about the Victorian corset changed her entire career path.
The trajectory between these two aesthetics shows just how much — and how often — the trend pendulum can swing in fashion.
The Fashion Institute of Technology presented its top graduating students in its annual runway show, along with a newly launched section of street style and athletic-inspired garments.
Fashion Institute of Technology senior Gwen Hine took on the challenge of designing outside of her comfort zone to create an award-winning, sports-inspired evening gown.
A new exhibit at FIT explores how the rosy hue's cultural connotations came to be — and how they've evolved.
Students from FIT's 2018 Cosmetic and Fragrance Marketing and Management graduate program polled consumers on a global scale.
The Museum at FIT's latest exhibit "Unraveled" explores and showcases flawed, altered, unfinished and distressed garments.
The designer worked with students from Parsons School of Design, Pratt Institute and the Fashion Institute of Technology to create collections that reflect the unique physical needs of people with disabilities.
The Fashion Institute of Technology presented its top graduating BFA students in its annual runway show.
Soon-to-graduate design student Kaitlin Barton told us all about creating her winning looks and preparing for the Fashion Institute of Technology's 2018 Future of Fashion runway show.
Hint: it doesn't involve scaring people with doom-and-gloom stories about climate change.
The days of theatrically-themed runways might be numbered.
"Fashion is a perfect arena to explore these larger societal conversations around inclusivity."
Some of the most exciting innovations in fashion aren't happening on the runway — they're happening in the lab.