Summer’s Hottest Fashion Trend Featured in New FIDM Video

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FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising’s debuts a new trend video showcasing the hottest prints for the new season. FIDM Graphic Design student and model Angelica shows how to wear these stylish looks, from day to night, all summer long.

FIDM Graphic Design student Angelica model the top looks for summer.

We follow our "print-cess" around for a day, from the beach to the flea market, in all the hot looks for summer.

Trend alert! Colorful stripes, pretty pastels, edgy graphics, and high contrast prints are just some of the most coveted looks we’re seeing as the weather warms up. From the beach to the flea market, this summer it’s all about the prints. Take a tour of the hottest styles via FIDM’s latest fashion trend video. Watch Graphic Design student Angelica model the top looks, including styles for work, a night out, coffee date, or festive birthday party.

Available at, FIDM’s whimsical Pretty As a Print-Cess video is sure to put you in the right mood for summer. You can find more information on the chic looks (such as an adorable strapless black and white geometric print jumpsuit or mini-floral patterned button-up peplum top) featured in the video and get tips on how to wear them at the fashion website, which is produced by FIDM. also has stories on the hottest teen fashion and jewelry trends, runway looks, updo hairstyles, DIYs, dress for less tips, Lauren Conrad style, and beauty trends like smokey eyes. The site hosts contests to win prizes and scholarships to attend FIDM. There’s also fashion career information, interviews with leaders in the industry, and inspiring stories from fashion design students and famous FIDM alumni like Monique Lhuillier, and even a sketch school tutorial. is sponsored by FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising—a fabulous fashion college with campuses in four major cities in California: Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco, and San Diego.

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