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FIT is launching a Social Justice Center to increase opportunities for BIPOC students who want to work in the fashion industry.

Dec 21 2021

FIT is launching a Social Justice Center to increase opportunities for BIPOC students who want to work in the fashion industry. YPulse’s Representation in Action trend data found that 42% of 13-39-year-old BIPOC consumers say it is important for the fashion industry to reflect diversity and inclusivity—and one of the industry’s most prestigious colleges is taking a major step to make that happen. The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City recently announced the launch of the Social Justice Center, an initiative “to build a pipeline of diverse fashion talent from middle school to the C-suite.” The school has received nearly $4 million in funding, with the school’s partners PVH Corp., Capri Holdings, and Tapestry each committing $1 million to help launch the center. G-III Apparel Group made an “establishing gift” to the SJC Scholarship Fund, which has more than $1.5 million in contributions, and major retailers including Target, Ralph Lauren, Carolina Herrera, Prada, Saks, and The Fragrance Foundation have also pledged their support. (NYTRetail Dive)