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George Simonton records

This collection is comprised of original sketches and photographs, business and promotional materials, and materials related to the fashion career of George Simonton as well as his work at the Fashion Institute of Technology.

Simonton, George

Marimekko collection, 1967-1980

  • US NNFIT SC.2
  • collection
  • 1967-1980

The Marimekko collection includes sample books of pattern designs, textile swatches, pictures of modeled garments, fashion catalogues for different seasons , leaflets, a brochure, few photographs and promotional items.

Marimekko Oy

Patricia Zipprodt interview, 1979 December 12

In this interview, Robert L. Green interviews award-winning costume designer Patricia Zipprodt in her studio. They discusses the process of designing costumes for the theater and her use of apprentices to help with costume research.

Zipprodt, Patricia, 1925-1999

Photographs, probably 1950s, 2 of 2

Random assortment of photographs of formal events, student socials, and classes that took place at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Some are dated, while other undated photographs are possibly from the 1950s. Some photographs seem to have been taken with the intention of creating advertising or publication materials. Several photographs of groups of students visiting the United Nations, Rockefeller Center, and the Museum of Modern Art.

Sally Victor photographs, undated

This folder contains black and white photographs depicting clothed women wearing Victor hats for film costumes. Some photographs include typed descriptions attached and have handwritten notes on the reverse side. Also, included is a cardboard with handwritten notes.

Symposium records

Includes the advertisitng flyer, schedule of events, papers, and presentations delivered at the 2006 Symposium "Forgotten Fashion" which occurred on May 6, 2006 from 11:00am to 5:00pm. Ten Graduate Students from the School of Graduate Studies delivered presentations. Each presenter's paper and presentation is represented. Keynote address, "A Season of Cellophane Everywhere: Cellophane Fashions 1932-1936," was given by Claire Sauro, but her presentation is not included in the file. The names of the presenters and the title of their presentations contained in this folder are: Sarah Scaturro, "In the Shadow of Fortuny and Poiret;" Sonya Mooney, "The Most Exclusive Couturier in Paris;" Allegra Ceci, "Remembered for the Wrong Reason: Marion Davies" (presentation on CD); Ann Poulson, "Out of the Vault: Hollywood Costume Designer René Hubert;" Mo Whitaker, "Fashion by Ration" (presentation on CD).

Symposium records

Includes the schedule of events, papers, and presentations delivered at the 2009 Symposium "costume<3fashion Designers, Stars, and Muses of the New York Stage" which occurred on Saturday, April 25, 2009 in partnership with the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. The symposium coincided with the Library's Exhibition "Curtain Call: Celebrating a Century of Women Designing for Live Performance." Two pamphlet from the exhibition are included in the file. Seven Graduate Students from the Department of Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, Museum Practice delivered presentations. Each presenter's paper and presentation is represented. Barbara Cohen-Statyner and Jane Greenwood delivered the welcoming addresses, but their presentations are not included in the file. The names of the presenters and the title of their presentations contained in this folder are: April Calahan, "Fashion or Fiction: Tina Leser and Park Avenue;" Ashley Frankel, "Drama King: Mainbocher's Most Demanding Role;" Jaclyn Lerner, "Valentina: Designing for the Stars" (presentation only); Alexis Walker, "Three Graces of Broadway: Ina Claire, Gertrude Lawrence, and Tallulah Bankhead;" Anne Reilly, "Fashionable Follies: Lucille's Designs for Ziegfeld."