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.
Plus, how Cariuma competes in the sneaker game.
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 Museum at FIT's latest exhibit "Unraveled" explores and showcases flawed, altered, unfinished and distressed garments.
When it comes to mannequins, dress forms and other displays for dressing the human body, do museums have a responsibility to exhibit garments — particularly contemporary fashion — more realistically?
The designer opened up about a host of topics including the failure of her first business and why she believes in women designing for women.
And why they shouldn't in the future.