New York Fashion Tech Lab Program Debuts at Hearst Tower

New York Fashion Tech Lab Program Debuts at Hearst Tower
technology

The results of a twelve-week fashion and tech mentorship were revealed at a packed midtown event

Hilary Weaver
  • 28 july 2014

The Hearst Tower saw quite a bit of traffic from tech and fashion nerds alike on Thurs., July 25, during the pilot event for the New York Fashion Tech Lab (NYFTL), a twelve-week program featuring a partnership between start-up tech companies and successful fashion brands. Sponsored by Springboard Enterprises and the Partnership Fund for New York City, the program created a mentorship relationship between both well-established fashion brands, such as J.Crew, Kate Spade, Alex and Ani, among others and young tech brands with the hopes of creating more jobs in the New York global fashion epicenter.

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