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Summer 2012 Catalog & Registration

Register online: http://www.fitnyc.edu/noncreditregister
and click to download the Summer Catalog.

HT Summer Brochure Ad 2012Register online: http://www.fitnyc.edu/noncreditregister
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ESL / Fashion Business Program

English is the language of the global fashion business!

Do you want to improve your English language skills?
Are you interested in fashion design, promotion, retail buying, the fragrance business, fashion trend forecasting or global fashion business development?  
Would you like to spend several weeks in New York City?  
Then FIT’s Summer English as a Second Language / Fashion Business Program is for you!

July 5, 2012 – July 26, 2012
This three-week intensive session offered in partnership with FIT’s Educational Skills department includes an ESL course and classes in fashion business and design topics. Attendees meet a variety of fashion-related industry experts in the classroom and at special events.
Earn a Professional Studies Certificate of Completion.

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Standard Programs:
Fashion Design
Fashion Merchandising
Fragrance Product Development
Fashion Promotion

Elite/Accelerated Programs:
Fashion Trend Forecasting
Global Fashion Business

For a complete brochure, download this PDF.
To register, go to fitnyc.edu/noncreditregister, select ESL Programs, choose the track of your choice, and proceed to check out.

 

Tiffany’s Window goes hand in hand with their digital storybook

 

WHAT’S TRENDING

During the Winter Holidays, the windows of every establishment are so lavishly decorated to initiate the beginnings of the Holiday season.

This year, luxury Jeweler Tiffany & Co. created a story, “The Winter Carousel,” that translated from their 2011 whimsical holiday windows to send traffic to their digital storybook to learn more.

Click here to Read / Hear “The Winter Carousel Story”

The concept focuses on a magical carousel that comes to life along with a young boy and his grandfather in a major landmark in New York, Central Park. The young boy, his grandfather and the carousel animals then visit the Tiffany flagship store on Fifth Avenue to discover that they had been there many times before.

Tiffany is able to convey their association of a boy’s childhood experience with diamonds, which highlights the season of gift giving and include their branded products through their digital storybook as well as their relate-able three-dimensional Holiday Windows.

Dalia Strum teaches SXF 120: Blogging Smarts for Business.