University of Fashion Blog

Category "Fashion School"

Supporting Students Coast to Coast with Decades of Fashion History

The University of Fashion’s supportive reach now stretches from coast to coast.  This week, we extend a warm welcome to our two newest educational partners, Brooklyn College and Oregon State University.  In addition to our geographic expansion, we recently added two new videos to our ever expanding video resource library:  100 Years of Rebels and Revolutionaries: Part 1 and Part 2Read More

Welcome, FIT Students!

Our goal at the University of Fashion is to help you drape, draw and sew your way to the collection of your dreams. We are proud to inspire and support emerging designers with growing labels. We are especially eager to act as a resource for anyone interested in a fashion career and as a tutor for fashion design students enrolled in design programs around the world. This week, we would like to highlight our very first library affiliation with the well known Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) located in the heart of New York City’s Garment District. As one of the oldest fashion schools in the country, founded in 1944, FIT has graduated some of the most renown designers in the industry: Calvin Klein, Norma Kamali and Michael Kors, to name a few. Their expert faculty and extensive ties in the fashion industry puts them on top as one of the Top 10 premiere fashion schools in the world.   Read More

How do I get started in the Fashion Industry? Kara Laricks answers.

How do I get started in the fashion industry?”  Since my win on NBC’s Fashion Star, this is the question I am most frequently asked. In the University of Fashion’s newest Designer FashionSpeak video, I will share my unique journey into the fashion industry as well as my five keys to success – education, experience, defining your brand, using your resources and taking time to celebrate your success. Read More