New York

List of New York City (NYC) area schools offering degree programs in fashion design, fashion marketing, fashion merchandising, and more.

New York Schools with Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising

At Fashion-Schools.org we have profiled colleges across the US that offer fashion design and fashion merchandising related programs. Below is a list of profiles of New York colleges:

The Art Institute of New York City, New York, New York

Fashion Institute of Technology

Fashion Institute of Technology: Fashion Design
New York, New York
Department of Fashion Design

Fashion Institute of Technology’s Fashion Design program focuses on exposing students to the demands and practices that they will face in their careers in the fashion world.  Students learn how to create a garment from design to the finished product, while studying draping, patternmaking, and sewing techniques.  The program includes traditional liberal arts courses, providing students with critical thinking and communication skills as well as the technical skills needed for success in the fashion industry.

Fashion Institute of Technology

Fashion Institute of Technology: Menswear
New York, New York
Menswear Department

Fashion Institute of Technology’s Menswear program prepares students for the industry with classes on design techniques, patternmaking skills, sewing, and tailoring.  Students learn how to create a balanced clothing line with wearable clothes and properly priced pieces to sell and succeed in the competitive menswear field.  The program also includes traditional liberal arts classes to provide students with critical thinking and communication skills for success in the industry.

Department of Fashion Merchandising Management

Fashion Institute of Technology: Fashion Merchandising Management
New York, New York
Department of Fashion Merchandising Management

Fashion Institute of Technology’s Fashion Merchandising Management program focuses on fashion marketing, product development, planning, and fashion management.  Students learn real-world skills by visiting showrooms, specialty shops, and buying offices.  The program also includes traditional liberal arts classes to provide students with critical thinking and communication skills for success in the industry.

Fashion Institute of Technology

Fashion Institute of Technology: Technical Design
New York, New York
Department of Technical Design

Fashion Institute of Technology’s Technical Design program is a new program from the school famous for producing some of the world’s top fashion designers and managers.  Students benefit from FIT’s professional faculty and connections in the fashion industry and state-of-the art classrooms, laboratories, and studios.  Classes include Computer Patternmaking, Advanced Textiles, Technical Design, and Computer Corrections.

Fashion Institute of Technology

Fashion Institute of Technology: Accessories Design
New York, New York
Department of Accessories Design

Fashion Institute of Technology’s Accessories Design program combines traditional liberal arts courses with hands-on classes to help students develop both critical-thinking and technical skills.  Students design and produce a full professional-quality accessories line, including belts, footwear, handbags, and more.  Faculty with professional experience and FIT’s other ties to the industry provide students with the education and connections they need to launch their careers.

LIM College

LIM College: Fashion Merchandising, Marketing, Visual Merchandising, Management, Fashion Merchandising & Entrepreneurship
New York, New York
Fashion Merchandising

The Fashion Merchandising program at LIM College focuses on the business side of fashion to prepare its students for careers in the industry.  Students receive relevant, practical, hands-on experience with field trips, internships, and guest lectures.  The program includes professional fashion courses as well as liberal arts and business courses to provide a well-rounded educational background.