About LIM College
Dean of Academic Affairs; Clinical Associate Professor of Fashion Merchandising
Fashion industry veteran Michael Londrigan arrived at LIM College as the Chair of the Fashion Merchandising Department in 2008 with nearly 30 years of experience in the apparel industry focusing on retail, wholesale and textiles. He has a strong background in product development along with extensive executive sales, marketing and merchandising skills. In 2012 Professor Londrigan was promoted to Dean of Academic Affairs. He also teaches several courses on the undergraduate and graduate levels, including Product Development, Menswear, Textiles, and Applied Concepts in Fashion Merchandising.
Professor Londrigan is the author of Menswear: Business to Style. Published by Fairchild Books, this groundbreaking work allowed colleges throughout the country to introduce a course specifically in menswear marketing. He is also regularly quoted in Associated Press and Crain’s New York Business news stories and makes regular appearances on Reuters Television’s CCTV2 to discuss consumer trends and the state of the retail and apparel industries.
Professor Londrigan has held a number of positions throughout his career, including National Sales and Marketing Manager for Ulster Weavers, Sales Executive for Regal Menswear, Managing Director of U.S. Marketing for Cotton Incorporated, Vice President of Sales at Harper Industries, Account Executive at Oxford Industries, and Associate Menswear Buyer for J.C. Penney. He also served as Project Coordinator for Social Accountability International’s “New York City Factory of the Future Project.”
A member of Educators for a Socially Responsible Apparel Business (ESRAB), Professor Londrigan has presented on the topics of corporate social responsibility, and experiential and online learning at several major fashion industry and education conferences.
Professor Londrigan holds a Master of Business Administration degree in Marketing from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from St. Peter’s College. In his spare time he enjoys running, hiking, and other outdoor activities.