High School for Fashion Industries occupational curriculum devotes itself entirely to the world of fashion from styling and design through business and marketing. The school changed as the fashion industry of New York changed. It adopted its present name in 1956 to reflect the new variety of vocational majors offered. Majors in fur manufacturing, haberdashery, upholstery, shoe manufacture and repair, foundation wear, have come and gone over the years. Today, a student may major in Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Visual Merchandising, Textile and Interior Design, Illustration and Graphics, or Jewelry Design. In addition, our academic program prepares all students for the new Regents graduation standards and the rigors of post secondary education.
High School For Fashion IndustriesNew York City District # 2
225 West 24Th Street
New York, NY 10011
Large City (City: Large)
Serving Grades: 9-12
Principal: Hilda NietoCompare to nearby schools »
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