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LIM College is a world-class educational institution for the business of fashion.

Fostering a unique connection between academic study and its application in the workplace, LIM College has been at the forefront of educating fashion’s future business leaders since 1939.

Based in New York City – the heart of the global fashion industry – LIM offers both online and on-campus associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degree programs in a variety of fashion-focused majors. Classes are taught by industry professionals and veterans who are experts in their fields. Areas of study include Fashion Marketing, Fashion Merchandising, Retail Management, Global Fashion Supply Chain Management, International Business, Visual Studies and Fashion Media.

With over 800 industry partners, and a community of alumni with thriving careers in every aspect of fashion and its related fields, LIM College is recognized worldwide for its specialized and immersive approach to fashion education. Our online degree offerings were included in U.S. News & World Report’s ranking of 2020’s “Best Online Graduate Business Programs” and “Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs,” and in 2019 we were named as one of “The Best Fashion Schools in the World” by the BoF (Business of Fashion).

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Michael P. Londrigan

Michael, a fashion industry veteran and text book author, with nearly 30 years’ experience, is currently an Associate Professor and Advisor to the Provost at LIM College.


Andrea Kennedy

Andrea, with 30 years’ experience in the fashion industry, is the founder and sustainable lead of and a professor at LIM College teaching sustainability and fashion merchandising courses.


Christopher Truhan

Christopher, a Finance Manager at Northwell Health, a nonprofit integrated healthcare network in New York State, is teaching Finance as an adjunct professor at LIM College.

Course Community BETA Connect & Exchange with Learning Peers

Think like Socrates, asking and answering questions greatly multiplies the breadth and depth of understanding of any topic. Only when you are able to clearly explain something to someone else should you consider yourself as knowing it.

Ask anything below, look for clarifications, raise edge case scenarios, share your work-in-progress designs or simply contribute to existing discussions.