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FIT at Brooklyn Army Terminal

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Sunset Park, Brooklyn (via Fashion Institute of Technology)

Hey Brooklyn!

Are you trying to figure out how to get your clothing line off the ground, how to price your work or how to merge sustainability and ethics into your design process?  The Fashion Institute of Technology is coming to you starting this summer at the newly renovated Brooklyn Army Terminal building. We will provide the answers to these questions and more. Take a course or complete the Creative Maker certificate program (see below for more information) and move closer to achieving your dreams.

Here are two courses to get you creatives started.

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  • How to Style, Plan, and Merchandise an Apparel Line (SXF 200)

Boutiques and specialty department stores want unique pieces to sell. This course helps you develop a plan to perfect your product, set a price, and start to publicize. Learn how to find buyers and sell your product effectively. 

Instructor: Kathlin Argiro, fashion designer, womens couture and bridge late day into evening and special occasion apparel.

Starts June 6

Learn more about this course and REGISTER here.

  • Marketing Your Product to Boutiques (CEO 014)

Boutiques and specialty department stores want unique pieces to sell. This course helps you develop a plan to perfect your product, set a price, and start to publicize. Learn how to find buyers and sell your product effectively. 

Instructor: Mary Beth Budd, MBA Productions/Trienawear, fashion dancewear made in NYC, contemporary womens and kids.

Starts June 7

Learn more about this course and REGISTER here.

 

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The closest train stop is the 59th street station on the N or R train, but go to the link below to see other commuting options. There you can also learn more about the Creative Maker certificate in Ethical Design and Local Manufacturing we curated for you and that you can only earn at the Brooklyn Army Terminal. We look forward to seeing you soon.

For more information, please visit: fitnyc.edu/fitbrooklyn

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