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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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THE MANY ZINGS OF FIT ALUMNUS MICHAEL KORS

We at Hue are nothing if not serious, academic, and scholarly. We routinely pepper our conversation with high-minded references to modernist works of art and literature. Nothing we ever do is the least bit trashy. OK, maybe a little. Maybe sometimes. … Continue reading

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THE SECRETS OF TABLECLOTHS

Dressed for Dining is a small exhibition of tablecloths from the mid-20th century, on view until October 5 in FIT’s library. We asked the show’s curator, Patrice George, Textile Development and Marketing faculty and a student in FIT’s MA program … Continue reading

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SPIKE LEE VISITS FIT TO DISCUSS DO THE RIGHT THING

Director Spike Lee visited FIT recently for an interview following a screening of his 1989 film Do the Right Thing. A frigid February night proved the perfect time to watch a movie that takes place on a scorching-hot summer day … Continue reading

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FACULTY MEMBER TAKES LIFE’S LEMONS, MAKES…WELL, YOU KNOW

Recently, Hue has been enjoying excerpts of Lemonade, an autobiography by Bernard L. Dillard, an assistant professor of mathematics at FIT. The book won the gold award in the “Autobiography/Memoirs” category in Dan Poynter’s 2013 Global EBook Awards. Not every … Continue reading

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