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Office of Enrollment Management and Student Success

  • US.20180726.001
  • Entidade coletiva

The Division of Enrollment Management and Student Success (EMSS) is dedicated to offering student-focused services and co-curricular programming in support of our diverse student population. EMSS aims to collaborate with students and other members of the FIT community to create an experiential environment that complements and contributes to students’ academic learning, social growth, and professional development.
EMSS consists of student and residential life, counselling, health and disability services, orientation programming, admissions, financial aid, as well as registration and student academic records.

Scottish Arts Council

  • US.20181006-002
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1944-

The Scottish Arts Council, founded in 1944, is a public body responsible for the distribution of funding from the Scottish Government in respect of the visual arts in all its forms.

Leslie Fay Companies

  • US.20180817.001
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1938 (date of establishment)

Leslie Fay was founded around 1938, incorporated in 1959, became a public company in 1967, and became "private" once again in 1982, at which time it was estimated to have achieved a volume of about $250,000,000. In 1993 the company experienced a severe accounting scandal, which forced it to declare bankruptcy. The company slowly recovered, however it never reached the same dominance as it previously had.

Harper's Bazaar

  • US.20180927-001
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1867 (date of establishment)

Harper's Bazaar is an American fashion magazine founded in 1867 by Harper and Brothers. The magazine began as a weekly publication for women in middle and upper classes, eventually moving to monthly publication. In 1913, Harper's Bazaar was purchased by William Randolph Hearst. Currently, Harper's Bazaar is owned by the Hearst Corporation.

Reutlinger Studio

  • US.20190404.005
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1850-1937

One of the most prominent Parisian photographic establishments, which operated from 1850 to 1937. This family photographic business was founded in Paris by Charles Reutlinger, and the studio became famous for its portraits of the actors, artists, musicians, composers, opera singers and ballet dancers of the period. In 1880, Charles handed over the studio to his brother, Emile Reutlinger.

Camille Roger

  • US.20190412.007
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1885-

Formed by its namesake in 1885, the millinery firm Camille Roger was considered one of the finest hat-making establishments in Paris for decades. Roger, herself, eschewed the limelight brought by the renown of her hats, and fostered a familial atmosphere within her establishment; her employees were fiercely loyal to their boss who demanded the utmost quality of workmanship and personally inspected each model produced. After her death in 1905, the house was headed by a succession of female directors, most notably Madame Prisca during the 1920s and 1930s.


  • US.20190412.011
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1818-1928

Doucet was founded around 1818 as a purveyor of lace and lingerie and existed as a family enterprise until 1871, when Jacques Doucet converted the business into a couture house. The house’s creations often incorporated the fine laces, for which Doucet was already known, as well as bead and featherwork. Some of the era’s most famous women including the actress Réjane and the celebrated courtesan Liane de Pougy were Doucet patrons.

As an individual, Jacque cultivated the persona of connoisseur: an oenophile, gourmand and important collector of eighteenth century and modern art. His air of aficionado made a strong impression on a young Paul Poiret, who entered the employ of Doucet in 1897, as would another soon-to-be luminary of twentieth century fashion, Madeleine Vionnet, in 1907. By the 1920s however, the house’s relevance was on the decline, and following Jacque’s death, Doucet merged with Dœuillet to become Dœuillet-Doucet in 1928.


  • US.20201204.015
  • Entidade coletiva


  • US.20200923.003
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1962-

Could refer to the fashion brand Dorothee Bis: Founded in 1962 by Elie and Jacqueline Jacobson, Dorothy Bis is a French fashion brand that focuses on ready-to-wear sportswear. The brand has sourced materials from all over the globe. Their look is young, fashion conscious, Parisian chic. The brand claims to be one of the early adopters of the boho look in the early 1970s. American consumers could find Dorothee Bis boutiques in Henri Bendel and Bloomingdale's in New York. In 2003, the BCBG Max Azria group purchased the brand.


  • US.20200923.013
  • Entidade coletiva

Cadette is a fashion brand active in the second half of the 20th century. The brand was founded by Enzo Clocchiatti and was located in Milan, Italy.


  • US.20200923.014
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1966-

Callaghan was a fashion brand founded in 1966, with Marisa Zanetti working as creative director. Callaghan's garments were produced by Zamasport. The brand originally sold t-shirts, sweaters, and shirts. Before long, Callaghan was a success, barely able to keep items in stock. In 1968, Walter Albini, a popular Italian designer, was hired to design a collection. After that point, Callaghan hired notable fashion designers to work on collections for the brand. In 1972, Gianni Versace took over as designer. Versace left in 1986 and was replaced by Romeo Gigli. Scott Crola and Nicolas Ghesquière have also designed for Callaghan.


  • US.20200924.005
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1881-

Cerruti 1881 is a menswear fashion brand located in Paris and was founded in 1967 by Nino Cerruti. The company has ties with the Lanificio Fratelli Cerruti textile mill, which Nino Cerruti's grandfather, Antonio Cerruti, created in 1881. Nino took over as president of the company in 1950 and began producing menswear. The brand became well regarded for their contemporary, more relaxed style of suit making, including unlined suits and blazers. In 1968, Cerruti 1881 became the first fashion house to show menswear and womenswear concurrently on the runway.


  • US.20200924.011
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1975-[2011]

Complice (pronounced com-plee-chay) was a label created the fashion company "Genny" in 1975. Both Genny and Complice were founded by Arnoldo Girombelli. From 1975 until 1981, Gianni Versace was the head designer of the label. Claude Montana replaced Versace in 1981. Six years later, Muriel Grateau took over as Complice's designer. Under Grateau, the brand grew stale. Dolce and Gabbana were hired in 1990 to reinvent the brand. Their Fall 1990 collection was well received. In 1992, Madonna appeared on the cover of Vogue wearing a striped sweater designed by Dolce and Gabbana for Complice. Sometime between Genny's purchase by the Prada group in 2001 and the 2011 acquisition by Swinger International Group, Complice had ceased to exist.


  • US.20201008.004
  • Entidade coletiva
  • 1962-

Hechter is a fashion brand created by French fashion designer Daniel Hechter.


  • US.20201118.005
  • Entidade coletiva


  • US.20201016.020
  • Entidade coletiva


  • US.20201016.038
  • Entidade coletiva
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