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FOR THE LOVE OF POETRY

FIT students are known for being driven, creative, and business-savvy. After an inspiring event last week, Hue is prepared to add one more attribute to the list: lovers of poetry. Indeed, beginning foreign-language students read beautifully in a range of languages … Continue reading

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WHERE DOES FIT’S TRASH GO?

As part of Hue staff writer Jonathan Vatner’s Spring 2014 feature, “Where Does FIT’s Trash Go?”, he led three site visits to recycling facilities in the New York City area. Watch short videos of two of the field trips here. Pratt Industries paper … Continue reading

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CONVERSATIONS WITH INTERESTING WOMEN

The concept is astonishingly simple and deliciously complex: a book about our relationship to clothes, as experienced by 642 women, including Lena Dunham, Cindy Sherman, Tavi Gevinson, and two FIT faculty members, Sara Freeman and Dale Megan Healey. In the hands of … Continue reading

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HAPPY HALLOWEEN! (COURTESY OF MARTHA STEWART)

Hue loves a good Halloween scare. But even more than that, we love design-competition reality TV. And Martha Stewart delivered. Shriek or Chic, a Halloween-themed web miniseries, is a competition to craft Martha’s Halloween costume this year. Miraculously, all three … Continue reading

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THE CODPIECE, DEMYSTIFIED

We at Hue have our favorite fashion weirdnesses. We love bustles, of course, and those super-bizarro horned headdresses that women wore in the 15th century. But the codpiece takes the cake. What was it about? Can it really be as obvious as … Continue reading

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