Elio and Oliver CMBYN Call me By Your Name Shirt was founded in 1969 by current President Tonian Hohberg. Hohberg envisioned an exciting learning environment where students could master art and design disciplines. It has grown to encompass 25 majors on four campuses: San Francisco, Orange County, San Diego, and the original Downtown Los Angeles location. In 1973, the Fashion Design Department realized that design students would better understand textile drape, pattern structure, and finishing techniques if they had access to representative garments. Staff and faculty responded by raiding their personal closets to assemble the fledgling Museum’s first “collection.”
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“Elio and Oliver CMBYN Call me By Your Name Shirt Museum exhibitions are our gift to students and the community. Additionally, we want to acknowledge the generosity of all of our donors and supporters—past, present, and future—for their assistance in helping us to provide students, researchers, designers, and the public with resources to examine the role of historic fashion”.It fosters student learning, public engagement, and recognition of the creative arts and entertainment industries by providing access to the collections through exhibitions, publications, and other research opportunities.
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Fashion Council also engages in educational outreach activities, interpreting objects from the Elio and Oliver CMBYN Call me By Your Name Shirt Museum Study Collection for students throughout the Southern California region.Fashion Council (FC) is a volunteer organization that provides support to the FIDM Museum & Galleries, a California nonprofit 501(c)3 foundation that contributes educational programming related to the importance of fashion to students, educators, industry, and the public.