The "Faces and Places in Fashion" lecture series provides an opportunity for students,
as well as the general public, to connect with the pulse of the fashion industry in
an open and conversational setting.
FIT's School of Art and Design is proud to offer CL-112 "Faces & Places in Fashion". This lecture series is a forum for prominent fashion professionals to discuss their trade, experience, and perspective on the business. The series is open to the general public and is held from 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. in the Katie Murphy Amphitheater (corner of 27th Street and 7th Avenue). This course is taught by Joshua Williams who holds a master's degree in Global Fashion Management from FIT, and has over ten years' experience as a creative director, stylist, and producer.
August 28 - Course Introduction – Joshua Williams
September 4 - No Classes - Labor Day
September 11 - Jason Jobson, CEO, Christophe Pourny
September 18 - Anna Lecat, founder, Les Lunes
September 25 - Gilles Montezin, haute couture designer
October 2 - Daniel Friedman, founder, Bindle & Keep
October 9 - Susan Correa, founder, Art & Eden
October 16 - Priscilla Ghaznavi, director of design and color, Benjamin Moore
October 23 - E. Jaguar Beckford, founder, Jaguar & Company
October 30 - Kelly Moffat, co-founder, Kirrin Finch
November 6 - Haley Varacallo, photographer
November 13 - Joshua Katcher, founder, Brave Gentleman
November 20 - Dapper Dan
November 27 - Lorenzo Caddeo, fashion producer
December 4 - Fashion Service Network panel
December 11 - Final Exams due - no speaker
Schedule is subject to change. Guests are welcome and reservations are not necessary.
Find out more information about the speakers and join in the conversation at www.facebook.com/facesandplacesinfashion