Category Archives: Museum Studies: Costume History

Alumni Spotlight: Kit Scarbo, Fashion Design ’04

Christina “Kit” Scarbo (Fashion Design ’04), a Los Angeles-based stylist and costume designer, started her television styling career at E! News and spent many years as a costumer on Dancing With The Stars. She currently works for AMC and Comedy Central dressing famed … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes with FIT Alumna Tae Smith

Faces & Places in Fashion Lecture Series presents Tae Smith, Costume & Production Design Researcher on The Great Gatsby     As part of FIT’s Faces & Places in Fashion lecture series, we were pleased to welcome FIT alumna Tae … Continue reading

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Faces & Places in Fashion Fall 2013

Faces & Places in Fashion Lecture Series – Fall 2013 Mondays, 4:00 – 5:00 pm Fashion Institute of Technology Fred P. Pomerantz Art and Design Center Katie Murphy Amphitheatre Seventh Avenue and 27th Street Please join us for the Faces … Continue reading

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Fitzgerald, Fashion, and How I Can’t Escape My Time at FIT

by Deirdre Clemente, M.A., Museum Studies ’04 Photograph: Warner Bros. Pictures What’s so great about Gatsby? Jay Gatsby’s name evokes images of flailing limbs and spilled champagne. His creator has been (somewhat fairly) cast as a fair-haired, Princeton party boy. What endears … Continue reading

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