New Fashion College Students Accepted to FIDM Are Three Brothers Who Want to Start a Business Together After Graduating

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This month, Jeffrey and Kevin Colon and Victor Alexander, three brothers from southern California, will enroll at FIDM’s Los Angeles campus to study Merchandise Marketing, Graphic Design, and Merchandise Product Development. The trio plans to start a clothing line together after graduating.

- Jeff, Kevin, and Victor (pictured left to right) -- will begin their careers at FIDM's Los Angeles campus.

It really is a perfect fit for what my brothers and I have planned for the future. A focused, specialized and quality education with ties to the industry is what sold the school for me – FIDM will prime us for success.

This fall, three brothers – Jeffrey and Kevin Colon and Victor Alexander – will begin their careers at FIDM, in preparation of working together one day on a clothing line. “Attending FIDM was a clear cut choice,” says Jeffrey, 22, who hails from Moreno Valley, California. “It really is a perfect fit for what my brothers and I have planned for the future. A focused, specialized and quality education with ties to the industry is what sold the school for me – FIDM will prime us for success.”

Nineteen year-old Victor Alexander, who will be majoring in Graphic Design, can be found skateboarding, pursuing photography, and searching the internet for new music. He says, “FIDM is in the heart of Downtown LA, which is exactly where I want to be at this point in my life. The college is directly correlated with the fashion industry, which is very reassuring. I see it as the perfect environment for me to tailor my future (no pun intended).”

Kevin Colon, 19, is also passionate about skateboarding, music, and design. “I knew that the school was right for me since my first high school field trip as a freshman,” he explains. “I knew unique schools like these were hard to come by, especially with the amount of respect and credibility the school has built. The college had a positive and creative environment that I knew I would naturally fit in.”

FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising is a co-educational, specialized, private college dedicated to educating students for the Fashion, Graphics, Interior Design, and Entertainment industries. Known as a one of the top fashion design schools, FIDM is also a leading graphic design school and digital media college. Visit fidm.edu for more information.

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