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Neiman Marcus Group donates over $550,000 to the Fashion Scholarship Fund

Neiman Marcus Group donates over $550,000 to the Fashion Scholarship Fund

Neiman Marcus Group Donates Over $550,000 To The Fashion Scholarship Fund

Neiman Marcus Group donates over $550,000 to the Fashion Scholarship Fund and hosts Fashion Scholarship Fund Scholars at the Bergdorf Goodman flagship in New York City. Additionally, NMG hosted this year’s FSF Scholars for programming at the Bergdorf Goodman flagship in New York City.

Late designer, fashion industry leader, and global trailblazer, Virgil Abloh, was honored alongside van Raemdonck for his impact on fostering equity and inclusion across the fashion industry, including through the establishment of his “Post-Modern” Scholarship Fund benefiting Black students.

“NMG has been a trusted partner in the FSF’s work to promote diversity in the fashion industry by mentoring and preparing the next generation of industry talent. Geoffroy, Lana, and NMG’s commitment and dedication to uplifting and empowering rising talent in the fashion industry has fostered creativity and community that will leave a lasting impact on FSF and our scholars,” says Arnold.

Since 2019, The Heart of Neiman Marcus Foundation has been a proud partner of the Fashion Scholarship Fund, helping to fund scholarships, promote diversity in the fashion industry, nurture rising talent via the company’s Executive Development Program (EDP), and provide executive leadership to the FSF board of directors, of which, Lana Todorovich has served as a board member of for four years, fully supporting their mission.

Beginning February 2022, NMG activated a three-month-long point-of-sale fundraising campaign in all 37 Neiman Marcus stores, raising proceeds to be contributed directly to the Virgil Abloh “Post-Modern” Scholarship, as well as help establish a new co-branded scholarship between Neiman Marcus Group and the Fashion Scholarship Fund to support diverse youth studying sustainable and ethical fashion. NMG also hosted a panel of industry leaders that celebrated the legacy of Virgil Abloh, and the company’s commitment to Black talent in the fashion industry, moderated by Nikki Ogunnaike, Digital Director, Harper’s Bazaar. Van Raemdonck himself has championed NMG’s partnership with the FSF and worked to uplift the next generation of fashion industry leaders, encouraging those from all backgrounds to pursue their passions and create change in the industry.

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