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Presenting Hue Magazines Spring 2021 Issue

Temperatures are inching up, the days are growing longer, and the crocuses are nosing their way out of the soil. That’s right, it’s time to read the spring 2021 issue of Hue! This edition is packed with stories about FIT students, alumni, and faculty members leaving their mark on the creative industries in a time of isolation and upheaval.
Dont miss these highlights!
two protesters carrying signs and flags
2020: The Year in Photos
If history is a living document, it was never more alive than in 2020. A global pandemic raged, George Floyd’s killing ignited a national reckoning with racism, and households worldwide adapted to surreal new routines marked by physical isolation and virtual connection. We awoke each morning, fearful of what the news might bring. Read more
four cellphone screens with images of TikTok stars

Fifteen Seconds to Fame
When Kory Marchisotto told e.l.f. Beauty colleagues late in the summer of 2019 that her marketing team was about to launch a TikTok challenge aiming for a billion views, they had a couple questions. Read more

illustration of a dress by Max Meyer

Max Meyer: A Hidden History
In the first decades of the 20th century, French fashion reigned supreme, and New York followed its dictates. A new virtual exhibition sheds light on this relationship, and the early career of one of FIT’s founders, Max Meyer (1876-1953). Read more

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