A Young Entrepreneur Learns How to Grow Her Denim Business
March 3, 2020
In her mid-teens, Daniella Ohebshalom was inspired to spruce up her mother’s old denim jacket to wear to a friend’s birthday. She sewed on a patch symbol she felt represented her—a peace sign—and red varsity letters spelling her initials: “D.E.O.”
Faculty Spotlight: Amanda Munz, Career and Internship Services
February 11, 2020
Amanda Munz is the Founder of The Fashion Foundation, a nonprofit that uses sales proceeds from donated fashion products to provide New York City children with school supplies. Amanda is also an instructor in LIM College’s Career & Internship Services office, where she teaches lessons in branding and networking.
Visual Studies Students Compete in "Iron Design" Challenge
December 2, 2019
On November 13, four Visual Studies majors from LIM College participated in the sixth annual Retail Design Institute “Iron Design” Challenge, held at Shaw Contract showroom in Manhattan. LIM senior Patrick Zavorskas was part of the winning team.
Faculty Spotlight: Mike Beene, Visual Studies
November 20, 2019
Faculty Spotlight: Deborah Metts, Graduate Studies
October 2, 2019
Deborah Metts teaches online and on campus in LIM College’s master’s degree program in Fashion Marketing. She is currently Omni Studio Manager for Macy’s Inc., a role that requires a high level of creativity as well as sharp business acumen.
Student Work to Take Center Stage at Interfilière Tradeshow
October 17, 2019
FAQ: Earning a Degree Online
September 25, 2019
LIM College offers flexible options for students to earn their college degree online, allowing them to learn at their own pace, on their own terms, wherever they're located. Here, Professor Michael Londrigan—a 30-year veteran of the apparel industry—answers frequently asked questions about the online learning experience at LIM, including how classes are set up and what tech equipment you need.
From Sketching Product Ideas to Creating Designs for Vera Bradley
September 23, 2019
In the fall of 2018, sophomore Austin Sierra showed his multipurpose clothing sketches to some of LIM’s Fashion Merchandising faculty members. This ultimately led to a request for several new designs, presentations at two industry meetings, and an internship with a high-profile brand.