By Jodi MillerBrowns fashion has been a big part of the school’s history for decades.
But the school has always had more diversity than its peers.
According to the College Board, there were nearly 1,500 students of color at the University of Michigan.
Browns students made up only 8 percent of the population, and only 1 percent of faculty members were African-American.
The school had just two female professors in 2000.
In 2018, Harvard opened the Harvard-Harvard Fashion Institute to teach young designers how to “bring new ideas and innovative ways of working to bear on the challenge of fashion in the 21st century.”
The institute was supposed to be a place where designers could find a home, but it only took five years to hire two women and six people of color.
The first two months were a struggle for the school, which had already hired only two women in its history, and there were concerns that the institute would fall behind the university’s “critical mass” of women and people of colour.
As the institute has evolved, its founders have focused on bringing in designers with a range of skills.
For example, the first fashion school in the country to open its doors in 2008, it was designed by a group of designers who had worked together on the fashion design team at the prestigious New York Fashion Week.
Today, it is the largest college design program in the nation and hosts events including fashion week events.
As a result, the institute is not afraid to experiment with new ideas, as well as pushing for greater diversity.
For the first time in its 41-year history, the school will host its first event in 2018 to celebrate diversity.
In the past two weeks, the fashion institute will host an event called “Women of Color: the Fashion Designers of Color” where designers will talk about their experiences and how they have learned from the experience.
It will also host a workshop with the students who are on the advisory boards for the Fashion Institute.
The goal of this event is to make sure that Harvard is “the next frontier for people of all colors,” said Sarah Nellis, an associate professor of design and communications at the school.
Nellis will be part of a panel on “Making Change at Harvard,” which will be hosted by the school in June.
“I hope that it’s a step forward, and that the next step forward is the next wave of designers and designers coming out of Harvard,” Nelliss said.
“Because I think it’s really important to recognize that there are people who are already here, and I think there’s still room for them to come out and say, ‘We can do this.'”
As the school continues to grow and hire more diverse faculty members, it will be important to maintain the diversity of its programs, Nelles said.
“That’s a very challenging challenge, because there are so many people who know how to do a particular thing,” she said.
The school is also working to diversify its students.
The institute has created an app that lets students find other students who have the same interests and experience as them.
Nillis said she hopes that the app will encourage more young people to join the fashion industry.
“If you have a problem that’s not really being solved, I think that that’s an important message to convey to the students, that there’s an issue here,” she added.
For many people in the fashion business, the college has been their home for years.
Nellies said that’s also true of the students at the Harvard fashion institute.
“There are students who know what it takes to make it,” she told ABC News.
“And I think for the students it’s important to be able to say, well, I’ve made it.
And to say that they’ve been here, they’ve made a difference.”