Sew & Tell

Premiere DateMay 27, 2011
Categories Media Talk
00:00 DJ Marie (Underneath: PebbleBeach InfinitiRock)
01:49 Interview with Michael Londrigan of LIM
06:43 DJ Marie
07:36 I L U School of Seven Bells
12:10 Up All Night French Horn Rebellion
16:20 North Carolina Ear Pwr
19:28 Safety Of Objects Anni Rossi
22:12 DJ Marie
23:08 Interview with Michael Londrigan
28:57 DJ Marie
30:03 A Little Lost Nat Baldwin
33:25 Running On Fumes King Creosote & Jon Hopkins
39:56 DJ Marie
40:56 Interview with Michael Londrigan
47:05 DJ Marie
49:37 If I Keep On Loving You Let's Wrestle
51:56 If Only Queens of The Stone Age
55:20 Finish

It’s Education Week here on BreakThru Radio, and learning is always in style! So on today’s Sew & Tell, I’m featuring an interview with Michael Londrigan, Chair of the Fashion Merchandising Department at Manhattan’s LIM College. LIM is dedicated to teaching students the ins and outs of the business side of fashion, and their alumni work with some of the industry’s biggest names, including Macy’s, Sax Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and Coach. On today’s show, Michael talks about the differences between studying for a career in fashion business vrs. fashion design, some of the program tracks offered at LIM, and a few tips for recent graduates as they enter the job market.

Plus, there’s music goodies on the show today from School of Seven Bells, Ear Pwr, French Horn Rebellion, Nat Baldwin, and some brand new Queens of The Stone Age! So stick around – you might learn a thing or two…

LIM College
(All photos courtesy of LIM)

Michael Londrigan
Chairperson, Fashion Merchandising Department

Industry veteran Michael Londrigan is the Chairperson of LIM College’s Fashion Merchandising department.

Professor Londrigan arrived here in 2008 with nearly 30 years of experience in the apparel industry focusing on retail, wholesale and textiles. He has a strong background in product development along with extensive executive sales, marketing and merchandising skills.  He holds an MBA in Marketing from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Professor Londrigan is the author of the textbook Menswear: Business to Style, published by Fairchild Books. This groundbreaking text allowed colleges throughout the country to introduce a course specifically in menswear marketing.

Professor Londrigan has held a number of positions throughout his career, including National Sales and Marketing Manager for Ulster Weavers, Sales Executive for Regal Menswear, Managing Director of U.S. Marketing for Cotton Incorporated, Vice President of Sales at Harper Industries, Account Executive at Oxford Industries, and Associate Menswear Buyer for J.C. Penney. He also served as Project Coordinator for Social Accountability International’s “New York City Factory of the Future Project.”


Michael Londrigan coaches LIM students




Marjorie Lee Woo, Associate Chair of Visual Merchandising


Queens of the Stone Age
(Photo by Mitch Kline)
May 28 – Petofi Hall – Budapest, Hungary
May 29 – KD Vitavaska – Reykjavik, Iceland
May 30 – Stodola – Warsaw, Poland
June 24 – Azkena Rock Festival – Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
June 28 – O2 Academy – Bournemouth, United Kingdom
June 30 – Rock Werchter Festival – Werchter, Belgium
July 1 – Main Square Festival – Arras, France
July 23 – Caesars Palace – Las Vegas, NV
July 25 – The Fox Theater – Los Angeles, CA
July 26 – Catalyst Club – Santa Cruz, CA
July 28 – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR
July 29 – Rogers Arena – Vancouver, British Columbia
July 30 – Gorge Amphitheatre – George, WA
Aug 2 – Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – Calgary, Alberta


School of Seven Bells
(Photo by Abbey Drucker)
June 4 – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NY
June 9 – Bonnaroo – Manchester, TN
June 28 – Palacio de Los Deportes – Mexico City, Mexico
July 1 – Telmex Auditorium – Guadalajara, Mexico
July 2 – Banamex Auditorium – Monterrey, Mexico
July 13 – 9:30 Club – Washington, D.C.


French Horn Rebellion
(Photo courtesy of French Horn Rebellion)
June 2 – Dom Im Berg – Graz, Austria
June 3 – B72 – Vienna, Austria
June 4 – Flash Cocotte – Paris, France
July 1 – El Deck – Medellin, Colombia
July 2 – Armando Records – Bogota, Colombia

Host Britt
Britt (formerly DJ Marie) has a passion for all forms of art, as well as for the creative process. She has a BA in Communications/Theater and a Post-Bacc in Photography from Maine Media Workshops. Britt began…

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