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.
Plus, how fashion can move beyond cultural appropriation.
Plus, FIT is starting a degree program in Korea.
Selected graduating FIT students created designs across sportswear, knitwear, intimate apparel, special occasion and children's wear, all around the theme of innovation.
Plus, Nike exceeds expectations with its latest earnings report.
And why they shouldn't in the future.
Plus, why the spa business is suddenly booming in Great Britain. (Hint: Brexit.)
With a few quotes from Beyoncé and Tupac, too.
In conversation with FIT, the co-founder and co-CEO spoke about the retail delivery schedules, runway shows and the future of Rag & Bone.
"Just breathe, focus and be smart with your words."
Fifteen different fables, from "Alice in Wonderland" to "The Little Mermaid," are illustrated through runway looks and historical costumes.
Kering's head of sustainability Marie-Claire Daveu shed some light on the subject at FIT Monday night.
And Rag & Bone is opening a second store in London as it hones in on international growth.
The Fashion Institute of Technology held its annual runway show for graduating BFA students, which followed months of mentoring and judging by the likes of Rebecca Minkoff and BryanBoy.
There were no divas at FIT's Judging Day.
And Juergen Teller shot a dozen looks from Nicolas Ghesquière's inaugural Louis Vuitton collection.
As anyone with cable TV knows, there are so many online colleges these days that you can learn just about any trade whilst sitting on your couch in your pajamas. Now, you can add fashion design to that list of trades.