Learn about IMPD Students' recent collaboration with 5.11 Tactical, which provides apparel and gear for law enforcement, first responders, tactical operators, and recreational enthusiasts.
Watch FIDM Visual Communication Students dress windows at Saks Fifth Avenue for the DDI Student Window Challenge
Watch as Graphic Design students team up with Signal Snowboards to create custom boards for FIDM's annual fashion runway show, DEBUT.
Hear directly from FIDM Alumni, Staff, and Instructors and see International Manufacturing & Product Development students in action in the classroom.
See 11 designers and their jersey-inspired creations for the L.A. Kings.
Go behind the scenes as six FIDM SuperLab designer grads unveil their Alice-inspired red carpet gowns.
Cherokee worked with IMPD students as they traveled to Milan, Paris, and Hong Kong learning how to develop and manufacture an apparel line for the brand's French consumers.
Students were mentored by FIDM Instructor and nationally-renowned Interior Designer Richard Herb as they renovated the Art Center for the Boys & Girls Club of Venice, California.
FIDM Orange County Graphic Design Students constructed a high-heeled shoe made from over 4,000 cans for the CANstruction project benefiting the OC Food Bank.
Nick won the Barbie® challenge on Project Runway, and mentored the FIDM Barbie® 50 Anniversary collection.
See how students worked closely with VF Corporation, the parent company of Lee & Wrangler Jeans.
Working alongside industry partner JCPenney for nine months, students created goods for Dorm Life and Decree and traveled to Europe and Asia.
See FIDM Graphic Design Students’ creative artwork on Fender Guitars featured on the runway at DEBUT.
Graphic Design Students designed Mercedes-Benz children’s pedal cars that were then auctioned off at a black-tie gala.
Seven FIDM Graduates created couture gowns inspired by Cadillac cars and entered looks in Ezekiel’s Needle & Thread competition as part of Style Week Orange County.
Students created a runway collection for GUESS. The winning design will be featured in an upcoming GUESS line and sold in stores.
GUESS Founder Maurice Marciano announces the winner of the GUESS Design Challenge at FIDM’s DEBUT 2010 Runway Show.
The star-studded event showcased 20 pairs of ruby red slippers by famed footwear designers including Jimmy Choo and Footwear Design student Kaddie Lam.
Watch the runway premiere of the Barbie® fashion collection created by FIDM Fashion Design Students.