Museum at FIT

Museum at FIT The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology is the only museum in New York City dedicated solely to the art of fashion. Current and upcoming exhibitions include: Force of Nature May 30 – November 18, 2017 Expedition: Fashion from the Extreme September 15, 2017 – January 6, 2018 The Body: Fashion and Physique December 5, 2017 – May 2018 WEBSITE: http://www.fitnyc.edu/museum TWITTER: https://twitter.com/museumatFIT FLICKR: http://www.flickr.com/photos/museumatfit/ PINTEREST: http://www.pinterest.com/museumatfit/
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Happy Birthday Donna Karan! Born on this day in 1948, Karan first made a name for herself with her “seven easy pieces” c...
10/02/2020

Happy Birthday Donna Karan!
Born on this day in 1948, Karan first made a name for herself with her “seven easy pieces” collection in 1985, which was designed to give the working woman a fully coordinated wardrobe of (primarily black) separates that she could mix and match to wear through the work week. These denim styles could have been integrated into a coordinated Karan wardrobe to offer further options.
Visit our Online Collections to learn more about fashion designers and fashion history. #MuseumFromHome http://fashionmuseum.fitnyc.edu/

10/01/2020
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Our new Designer Spotlight series invites MFIT curators to explore objects in our permanent collection that highlight a specific designer's work and contributions to fashion. In the first video of the series, MFIT's director and chief curator Valerie Steele highlights several objects in our permanent collection by Cuban-born fashion designer Isabel Toledo.
Watch the video and celebrate other designers of #HispanicHeritage in our Online Collections.
#MuseumFromHome #HispanicHeritageMonth http://ow.ly/9UAc50BBKCn

For ballet students, receiving their first pair of pointe shoes is a rite of passage. Read about the history of these my...
09/30/2020
1730s: Marie Camargo Invents the Ballet Slipper

For ballet students, receiving their first pair of pointe shoes is a rite of passage. Read about the history of these mystical and alluring symbols in ballet starting from the 1730s to today. #BallerinaExhibition
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During ballet's creation in the courts of Europe, dancers wore heeled shoes in line with the era's aesthetic. In the 1730s, Paris Opéra Ballet dancer Marie Camargo was the first to remove her shoes' heels, forging the way for the soft slipper we know today. "Camargo is the transitional point betwee...

09/30/2020
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In anticipation of our next Fashion Culture program, Fashion Metropolis Berlin on Tues, Oct 13, 6pm, we invite you to watch this short teaser introducing you to the history of Berlin’s fashion industry and its destruction by the Nazis in the 1920s and 1930s.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dWJ-oqb26M&feature=youtu.be

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The house of Balenciaga was founded by Cristóbal Balenciaga who is widely regarded as one of the greatest fashion design...
09/29/2020

The house of Balenciaga was founded by Cristóbal Balenciaga who is widely regarded as one of the greatest fashion designers of all time. Born in the Basque country of Spain, he opened his Paris couture house in 1937. Success was immediate. Christian Dior called him "the master of us all."
(Image: Silk taffeta evening dress, 1961)
In celebration of #HispanicHeritageMonth learn more about fashion designers of Hispanic descent on our Online Collections #MuseumFromHome http://ow.ly/lLkO50BBm9x

09/26/2020

"100 años de moda" (100 Years of Fashion) is a two-part introduction to the history of fashion from the late nineteenth century through the 1990s. Narrated by collections and education assistant Michelle McVicker, the videos were initially made available in English in summer 2020, created for high school students enrolled in FIT’s precollege courses. Based on the popularity of the videos, and MFIT’s commitment to make content accessible to a broad audience, the series is now offered in Spanish.
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“100 años de moda” (100 Years of Fashion) es una introducción en dos partes a la historia de la moda desde finales del siglo XIX hasta la década de 1990. Narrados por la asistente de colecciones y educación, Michelle McVicker, los vídeos fueron originalmente filmados en inglés durante el verano de 2020 para estudiantes de preparatoria que asistían a cursos preuniversitarios en FIT. Dada la popularidad de estos videos y el compromiso de MFIT con la accesibilidad a audiencias diversas, la serie ahora ha sido traducida al español.

In an exclusive conversation, Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing talks with MFIT director and chief curator Val...
09/25/2020

In an exclusive conversation, Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing talks with MFIT director and chief curator Valerie Steele about Balmain Heritage. Watch the interview on Balmain’s YouTube channel! https://youtu.be/rBrZD1U9wuo

Photo © Archives Balmain

The Museum at FIT’s fall Fashion Culture programs have moved online! Watch from anywhere!Don’t miss any of our six thoug...
09/25/2020

The Museum at FIT’s fall Fashion Culture programs have moved online! Watch from anywhere!

Don’t miss any of our six thought-provoking conversations with designers, scholars, and fashion industry leaders, covering topics such as sustainability, activism, Native American culture, politics, journalism, and fashion history.

The series will be released as YouTube Premieres on their scheduled dates. Register today for free.
#FashionCulture #MuseumFromHome http://ow.ly/1Pev50BiEth

Happy Birthday Patrick Kelly! Born on this day in 1954, Kelly is known for designs that played up the fun and over-the-t...
09/24/2020

Happy Birthday Patrick Kelly!
Born on this day in 1954, Kelly is known for designs that played up the fun and over-the-top liveliness of 1980s fashion, such as this Spring 1988 ensemble. Although his work was humorous and chic, he also drew design inspiration from his personal experience as a Black American, incorporating references to African heritage, African American history, and controversial racist imagery that he reclaimed in his work.

Learn more about Kelly and other designers on the #BlackFashionDesigners mobile tour. http://ow.ly/ED8A50zRGTJ #MuseumFromHome

The Museum at FIT is celebrating  #HispanicHeritageMonth , highlighting "100 años de moda," our two-part fashion history...
09/23/2020

The Museum at FIT is celebrating #HispanicHeritageMonth , highlighting "100 años de moda," our two-part fashion history video now offered in Spanish! Explore other related content such as collection images by designers of Hispanic heritage, video recordings of special Fashion Culture programming, and links to profiles of past Couture Council awardees such as Carolina Herrera and Oscar de la Renta.
(Image: de la Renta, 1967)
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El Museum at FIT está celebrando el Mes de la herencia hispana con un video en dos partes en español acerca de "100 años de moda". Explora el contenido de esta celebración, incluyendo imágenes de nuestra colección de objetos de diseñadores de herencia hispana, videos de eventos especiales de nuestra serie Fashion Culture y enlaces a los perfiles de ganadores de nuestro premio del Couture Council como Carolina Herrera y Oscar de la Renta.

The Fashion Institute of Technology is operating remotely through the fall semester and its facilities, including The Mu...
09/23/2020

The Fashion Institute of Technology is operating remotely through the fall semester and its facilities, including The Museum at FIT, will remain closed during this period. Please visit our Stay Connected webpage to explore our online programming! http://ow.ly/VzEg50Bz16D

Can you guess what MFIT director Valerie Steele’s favorite person, place, and thing is? Find out on this month’s episode...
09/23/2020

Can you guess what MFIT director Valerie Steele’s favorite person, place, and thing is? Find out on this month’s episode of the Fashion Culture podcast with humorist and writer (Late Night with David Letterman) Randy Cohen!

Stream this episode and past episodes on Podbean, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. #FashionCulture #MuseumPodcast http://ow.ly/rQfR50Bu83F

Read About Fashion //The Covid-19 pandemic has reinforced the urgency of adopting more sustainable fabrics and practices...
09/22/2020
Sophie Theallet – Genius Dressmaker And Slow Fashion True Believer – Is Back With A Direct-To-Consumer Label

Read About Fashion //
The Covid-19 pandemic has reinforced the urgency of adopting more sustainable fabrics and practices. Sophie Theallet is making a point of using responsible materials, and the collection is made by the craftspeople of India’s Kalhath Institute.
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Sophie Theallet has launched Room 502, a direct-to-consumer collection a third of the price of her former brand

It’s the autumnal equinox – when the day length is equal to night. Light and dark are balanced. It is the summer’s great...
09/22/2020

It’s the autumnal equinox – when the day length is equal to night. Light and dark are balanced.

It is the summer’s great last heat,
It is the fall’s first chill: They meet.
– Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt

Finding equilibrium is hard to do these days, but the warm tones of fall help calm the senses and usher in the new season, a new cycle, a reset. What is your favorite thing about fall?

Image: Detail of a Danish robe à la française, c.1760, collection of MFIT.

Jewelry historian Toni Greenbaum is offering a Virtual Walking Tour of the former sites of iconic Greenwich Village jewe...
09/21/2020
Greenwich Village Virtual Walking Tour with Toni Greenbaum

Jewelry historian Toni Greenbaum is offering a Virtual Walking Tour of the former sites of iconic Greenwich Village jewelry establishments and the mid-century jewelers who worked there.
Wednesday, September 23rd at 6:00 p.m. ET
Sponsored by The Jewelry Library.

To register for free go to:
http://ow.ly/IT5250Bx7aa

Join jewelry historian Toni Greenbaum on a Virtual Walking Tour of the former sites of iconic Greenwich Village jewelry establishments.

09/21/2020
Fashioning a new future for the fashion world

CBS Sunday Morning’s segment on how fashion week and fashion has changed includes thoughts from Valerie Steele, as well as designers Tory Burch and Tracy Reece. Watch the segment here.
http://ow.ly/WlP450Bx53Y

The $400-billion-a-year industry has taken a hit during the pandemic, as clothing store sales plunged a record 79% – but some clothing designers see a silver lining

After a two year hiatus, Gareth Pugh’s brand makes its much-anticipated industry return this month. Valerie Steele joins...
09/21/2020
An oral history of Gareth Pugh, 'the Fellini of fashion'

After a two year hiatus, Gareth Pugh’s brand makes its much-anticipated industry return this month. Valerie Steele joins eight of his friends and admirers to welcome the designer back with a tribute.
http://ow.ly/cBUv50BwR2i

Ahead of the brand’s return this month, Michèle Lamy, Lulu Kennedy, Andrew Bolton and more discuss the living history and legacy of one of London’s most important fashion figures.

Read About Fashion // What of instead of sending old clothes to the landfill, you could dissolve them? Scarlett Yang, a ...
09/19/2020

Read About Fashion //
What of instead of sending old clothes to the landfill, you could dissolve them? Scarlett Yang, a recent graduate from London design school Central Saint Martins, developed a dress that does just that. #EcoFashion #SustainableFashion
http://ow.ly/gm0r50BoycG

Elizabeth Way, assistant curator, selects her favorite MFIT objects.Before I was a curator, I studied fashion design, so...
09/18/2020

Elizabeth Way, assistant curator, selects her favorite MFIT objects.

Before I was a curator, I studied fashion design, so I tend to gravitate toward interesting fabrications and silhouettes. The MFIT collection has some gorgeous historic gowns whose fabrics incorporate complex weaves and embellishments, and even precious metals. More contemporary examples also show astounding work, like beading that mimics brushstrokes, cutwork lace, and leather trapunto. I also like designs that engage with historic or traditional cultures, fabrics, and crafts and infuse them into modern fashion. These pieces have such a strong narrative, which makes them interesting for exhibitions. My patternmaking background also helps me appreciate how complex fashion objects can be my favorite pieces to incorporate unexpected silhouettes and intricate constructions.
Img: Duro Olowu, 2012.

Explore Elizabeth’s selections
http://ow.ly/SmuO50BoEwS

Read About Fashion // The twenty-nine-year-old London-based designer Grace Wales Bonner draws from the creative and thus...
09/17/2020
Grace Wales Bonner’s Visions of Black Style

Read About Fashion //
The twenty-nine-year-old London-based designer Grace Wales Bonner draws from the creative and thus political minds of the modern African diaspora, not only to inform her art but to reveal how style has grown out of the diaspora itself, linking together our fragmented worlds in ways that others may not have noticed, but that we have. #BlackFashionDesigners
http://ow.ly/M0Kp50BoxUZ

In her clothing, the designer evokes the complicated, fascinating, and rich history of the African diaspora.

As part of the college's social justice initiative, we encourage the FIT community to learn about  voting rights, voter ...
09/17/2020

As part of the college's social justice initiative, we encourage the FIT community to learn about voting rights, voter registration, and how to vote in the upcoming election.
If you have already registered to vote, you can still sign up to receive text or email reminders so you won’t miss the election.
https://www.fitnyc.edu/student-life/vote/index.php

🎨 Artwork by Mark Higden, assistant professor of Fashion Business Management BFA

Collecting and exhibiting fashion in Western museums has traditionally centered around wealthy, able-bodied, mainstream,...
09/16/2020

Collecting and exhibiting fashion in Western museums has traditionally centered around wealthy, able-bodied, mainstream, Eurocentric ideals. Join MFIT’s Elizabeth Way as she moderates “Tackling Tokenism and Diversity in our Museum Collections,” a dynamic Costume Society of America Roundtable on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at 2:00 pm EDT. Panelists will talk about how they have addressed inclusion in their work–from education, gatekeeping, collection management, curatorial practice, employment, and more. They will discuss the difficulties they have encountered and examine some examples of best practices within museums and costume collections.
http://ow.ly/fUkY50BsVcJ

Read About Fashion // Many of us take the physicality of dressing for granted, being able to purchase, clean, and wear c...
09/16/2020
Independent Dressing: An Interview with Cair Collective — The Fashion Studies Journal

Read About Fashion //
Many of us take the physicality of dressing for granted, being able to purchase, clean, and wear clothing with relative ease. However many people need clothing that can cater to different levels of physical abilities. Why does this segment of the market continue to be largely ignored by the fashion industry? The Fashion Studies Alliance interviews Cair Collective about ways our clothes could do more for us and for our bodies.
http://ow.ly/2Q3u50BoxDa

With so many people in need of clothing that can cater to different levels of physical abilities, why does this segment of the market continue to be largely ignored by the fashion industry? What if our clothes could do more for us and for our bodies?

We’re celebrating Mexican Independence Day with National Hispanic Heritage month!Carla Fernandez melded symbols of the M...
09/16/2020

We’re celebrating Mexican Independence Day with National Hispanic Heritage month!
Carla Fernandez melded symbols of the Mexican Revolution—such as an ammunition belt—with fine tailoring to give this 2009 suit a modern look. The hand-cut, purple suede appliqué was based on intricate Aztec patterning from a Mexican cowboy (charro) costume.
Visit our Online Collections to learn more about fashion designers and fashion history. #MexicanIndependenceDay #HispanicHeritageMonth http://ow.ly/2o8250BskEr
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¡Celebramos el día de la Independencia de México como parte del Mes de la Herencia Hispana!
Carla Fernández combinó símbolos de la Revolución Mexicana (como las carrilleras de balas) con sastrería fina, lo que brinda a este traje de 2009 una apariencia moderna. Las aplicaciones de piel cortada a mano fueron basadas en patrones aztecas con técnicas de charrería. Visita nuestra colección en línea para aprender más acerca de los diseñadores y la historia de la moda.

TONIGHT! Join us for our first #FashionCulture program of the semester featuring fashion designer Prabal Gurung and MFIT...
09/15/2020

TONIGHT! Join us for our first #FashionCulture program of the semester featuring fashion designer Prabal Gurung and MFIT’s director and chief curator Valerie Steele. Watch and join the conversation on YouTube at 6PM! http://ow.ly/duTq50BnzjM

Happy Birthday Stephen Burrows! Born on this day in 1943, Burrows was one of the first African-American fashion designer...
09/15/2020

Happy Birthday Stephen Burrows!
Born on this day in 1943, Burrows was one of the first African-American fashion designers to achieve international acclaim. He was celebrated for his remarkable use of color (demonstrated in this Fall 1971 jacket), his eye-catching color block technique, and his sexy separates that typified the assertive woman of the 1970s. “I just wanted to do the complete opposite of what they taught me,” Burrows once recalled.

Visit our Online Collections to learn more about fashion designers and fashion history. #MuseumFromHome http://fashionmuseum.fitnyc.edu/

🌹We are delighted to announce the publication of The Rose in Fashion: Ravishing to accompany MFIT’s forthcoming 2021 exh...
09/14/2020
The Rose in Fashion: Ravishing - Yale University Press London Blog

🌹We are delighted to announce the publication of The Rose in Fashion: Ravishing to accompany MFIT’s forthcoming 2021 exhibition which explores how and why the rose has remained an enduring motif in all aspects of fashionable dress—from 18th-century woven silks to the latest gender-neutral catwalk trends. #RoseInFashion

Enjoy a preview with this blog post by author and fashion historian Amy de la Haye. http://ow.ly/xB4450Boja7

Learn more about the sensuous, scintillating history of the rose in fashion; from 18th-century silks to the latest catwalk trends.

Pointe Magazine asks the question "What did dancers wear before they had a wardrobe of stretchy leotards to choose from?...
09/13/2020
Dancewear Through the Decades: 100 Years of Studio Fashion, From the Chiton to the Leotard

Pointe Magazine asks the question "What did dancers wear before they had a wardrobe of stretchy leotards to choose from?" Read about dancewear through the decades:
http://ow.ly/FycN50Bok4T

In March 2020, American Ballet Theatre principal dancers James Whiteside and Isabella Boylston taught a class on Instagram Live with the theme "Vintage Ballet." Boylston dressed as Scottish-born ball­­erina Moira Shearer (star of the 1948 classic film The Red Shoes) and Whiteside as Rudolf Nureyev...

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Current and upcoming exhibitions include:

Power Mode: The Force of Fashion Fashion & Textile History Gallery December 10, 2019 – May 9, 2020

Ballerina: Fashion's Modern Muse Special Exhibitions Gallery February 11, 2020 – April 18, 2020

Eleanor Lambert: Empress of Seventh Avenue Gallery FIT March 3 – March 28, 2020 WEBSITE: http://www.fitnyc.edu/museum INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/museumatfit/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/museumatFIT FLICKR: http://www.flickr.com/photos/museumatfit/ PINTEREST: http://www.pinterest.com/museumatfit/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/TheMuseumatFIT


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I've noticed that the Museum recently had an exhibit about The Little Black Dress. Of course it is understood that few dresses can we worn on their own to their best advantage without a little help from some lingerie. Would the museum be interested (as I go through my files ) of some of the design sketches and catalogs by designers like Halston, Bill Tice, Oscar who designed for some of the lingerie companies at which I worked in the 1970s and 1980s?
Thanks for being responsible and considerate
Rarely have I come across a number of words that, although very limiting (specifically the "flyer" for the exhibition "Fabric in Fashion" that a friend has given to me) due to space have, however captured an entire history on its subject as succinctly as ELIZABETH WAY, Curator for the exhibition does, and in what an enchanting, beautiful, scholarly way! As a person who grew up surrounded by two women who rhapsodized about "Organza" and "Tafetta" (names that were left indelible in my heart due to THEM) I was brought back in time to what Ms. Way so vividly introduces us to: the subject of fabric -----and how, alas such a world of knowledge and delight was almost forgotten due to manufacturing in large scale, globalization----and so much more. THANK YOU for opening a portal to the past for me-----who, ever curious, will take a long look at this wonderfully complex history...!!!
Invite "The First Shoe Collection" for a visit to the museum ;)
I love my visits to your Museum
Love it The video is fantastic, can wait to visit the exhibition
Wow! I want to go! Anyone want to go with me?
So wonderful !!! Proud to be an alumnus. Apparel Design Major- 1967 !
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marvelous.
I was so fortunate to have Valerie Steele, the director of the FIT Museum conduct a tour this morning of the exihibit Pink: The Hisory of a Punk, Pretty, Powerful Color that she curated. Afterwards I viewed the newly opened exhibit Fabric in Fashion. If you're near the Museum located on 27th & 7th Ave, don't miss them. Pink closes 1/5/