NYCEDC and the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) today announced the second round of winners of the Fashion Manufacturing Initiative (FMI) grant program, a $3 million public-private program designed to support local fashion manufacturing and promote growth in the City’s fashion sector.
Martin Greenfield Clothiers is a quintessential 21st century New York City enterprise. Owner Martin Greenfield and his sons Tod and Jay oversee the production of every single custom-made suit, which is hand-crafted, piece-by-piece, for celebrities, mayors, and other clients around the world by more than 100 New Yorkers from every single borough
Mayor Bill de Blasio today marked the beginning of Fashion Week by announcing the inaugural round of winners of the Fashion Manufacturing Initiative (FMI), a $3 million public-private program designed to support and promote growth of small businesses in the city’s fashion and manufacturing sectors
The $3 million NYCEDC - CFDA Fashion Manufacturing Initiative (FMI) announced 7 inaugural grant recipients with Mayor de Blasio this week. The winners will receive grants from $46,000 - $150,000 for innovative upgrade and workforce training ideas.