Hue Magazine Presents: Six Questions for Susanne Bartsch

Hue magazine's exclusive interview with the legendary New York nightlife impresario. Come visit Fashion Underground: The World of Susanne Bartsch at The Museum at FIT, through December 5.

Joe From A to Zee

Take a look into Hue’s archives and enjoy this feature on Yahoo Style’s Editor-in-Chief and Executive Creative Officer Joe Zee, Advertising and Marketing Communications ’92. When the piece was written, he was the Creative Director of Elle, and just yesterday, he stopped by campus for a book signing.

On the Cover: SUMMER 2015

A spectacular collaboration of tiny proportions! For the cover story, Loreal Prystaj, Photography ’13, shot the ultra-glamorous doll couture of Osvaldo Vazquez, Fashion Design, in lush, haunting tableaux.


We’ve heard of a wolf in sheep’s clothing, but Menswear Dog, an Instagram sensation with more than 200,000 followers, is a whole other animal (in a way cooler wardrobe). In 2013, Yena Kim, Fashion Design ’11, and her husband, David Fung, landed a record number of Facebook likes for a shot of Bodhi, their shiba…


FIT is set to construct a ten-story, state-of-the-art academic building, expected to open in 2019-20. Mayor Bill de Blasio’s executive budget, announced in May, allocated $74 million for the project, matching a 2009 allocation from the State of New York. The first new academic facility on campus in four decades, the structure will be built…

Top selections from the Future of Fashion show

Each year, noted designers lend their expertise to graduating BFA Fashion Design students during their final semester as they prepare for the annual runway show. These professionals work with the students in their classrooms throughout the semester to critique their work and to select the most exceptional garments for coveted Critic Awards. Here are this…

A grant from the CFDA helped these alumni upgrade their Garment District factory

Believe it or not, the factory pictured here is just up the street from FIT, on 38th Street in the Garment District. Sunrise Studio takes on small production runs—generally a couple hundred units—for such established designers as Calvin Klein Collection, Donna Karan’s Urban Zen, and Marc Jacobs, as well as emerging designers including Jonathan Cohen…

When a big-budget movie needed a high-tech glove, Stacia Lang ’84 lent a hand

A skilled artisan can make quality gloves in a few hours. Building the custom-designed pair for Jupiter Ascending, the Wachowskis’ 2015 tentpole, on the other hand, took two months, enlisting ten people. Stacia Lang, Fashion Design ’84, a top specialty costumer in Hollywood, was in charge. The gloves, worn by Channing Tatum’s werewolf character, perform…

A photographic collection by Angelina D’Auguste ’15

These striking portraits of people with albinism of different ages and ethnicities by Angelina D’Auguste, Photography ’15, were among the works in a wide range of media displayed in the annual School of Art and Design Graduating Student Exhibition in May. “These photographs are documentary but also highly staged,” D’Auguste said. “I wanted to show…