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- US NNFIT SC.297
This collection cotains both original and photocopied sketches by Arnold Scassi ranging from 1966-1992. Each sketch is accompanied by a fabric swatch and is separated into 21 folders by the collection season ( i.e., Boutique Fall 92) Fabric content is often noted alongside an indication of its use. For example "Printed silk dress and jacket - dress has printed silk ruffle at neckline with white guipure lace edging. Jacket has matching ruffle cuffs." Included in some folders are pricelist, order forms and handwritten notes.
- US NNFIT SC.20
The Bergdorf Goodman Custom Salon sketches collection contains 8,976 pencil, ink, and watercolor sketches by staff artists representing clothing and millinery available in Bergdorf's custom salon. These garments were made to order either from designs purchased by special arrangement from the leading coutouriers of the day or from sketches by Bergdorf's then well known in-house designers. Representative designers include Dior, Balenciaga, Halson and Courreges. House designers include Leslie Morris, Mary Gleason, and Bernard Newman. There is a complete run from 1950 to 1969. In addition, there is a representative sampling of sketches from the 1930s and 40s.
In addition to the sketches, the collection contains preliminary manuscripts and galley proofs of Booton Herndon's book Bergdorf's on the Plaza (NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1956) as well as typescripts of his interviews with and about members of the Goodman family and with and about such key members of the staff as Ethel Frankau, Odna Brandeis, and house designers Bernard Newman, Leslie Morris, and Mary Gleason.
The last series contains the original finding aid for the collection.
Bergdorf Goodman (New York, N.Y.)
- US NNFIT SC.214.3.122
This folder contains photographic reproductions of Antonio illustrations of designs by Mary McFadden, Perry Ellis, Jhane Barnes, Norma Kamali, Willi Smith, correspondence, a biography of Antonio,
- US NNFIT SC.450
This collection is comprised of one folder containing scrapbook material, including publicity photos, press packet, tear sheets, and sketches with fabric swatches pertaining to Continental Airlines stewardess uniforms designed by Adele Simpson.
- US NNFIT SC.239
This collection consists of over 2500 sketches by designer Eric de Juan, from 1927 through 1989. The sketches include several done for Josephine Baker in 1949, as well as sketches from de Juan's two years spent as the in-house designer for the Bergdorf Goodman custom salon. Some sketches from the Bergdorf Goodman custom salon have swatches attached.
de Juan, Eric
- US NNFIT SC.412
This collection contains black and white press photographs and tear sheets dating from 1933-1976.
- US NNFIT SC.214.7.94
This folder contains photocopies of fashion illustrations of designs by J.P Gaultier, Christian Lacroix, Chanel, Chloe, Givenchy, Galliano, Dries Van Noten, Martine Sitbon, Paco Rabanne, Veronique Leroy, Dirk Bikkembergs, Ocimar Versolato, Eric Bergere, Comme des Garcons, Issey Miyake, Koji Tatsuno, Masaki Matsushima, Balenciaga, Jeremy Scott, Helmut Lang, Martin Margiela, Hussein Chalayan, Juien McDonald, Alexander McQueen, Richard Tyler, Antonio Berardi, Patrick Cox, Ghost, Prada, Asessando Del'Acqua, Genny, Versace, Missoni, Gucci, Armani, Dolce and Gabanna, Callaghan, Narciso Rodriguez, Jil Sander, Anna Molinari, Todd Oldham, Betsey Johnson, Spooky, Xuly-Bot, Alpana Bawa, John Bartlett, Isabel Toledo, Geoffrey Beene, Anna Sui, Zang Toi, Bob Mackie, Vivienne Tam, Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan, Stephen Sprouse, Ruben Toledo, and Calvin Klein.
- US NNFIT SC.369
This collection contains fashion illustrations (mainly garments) executed for Harper's Bazaar between the years of 1940-1942 by Dagmar Freuchen-Gale, Sara Johns and Reynaldo Luza. On the back of the illustrations there are Harper's Bazaar issue numbers that the illustrations were published in.
- US NNFIT SC.242
This collection is comprised of fashion sketches made for Hattie Carnegie, Inc. from 1940 - 1955. This collection contains millinery (hats) for which some designs can be attributed to Esther A. Kleeper in 1945. The remainder of the collection is ready-to-wear dresses and suits, along with evening wear, mostly ballgowns, that were adapted from French couturiers for the American woman. The sketches have been divided into millinery, ready-to-wear, and evening wear. Many of the sketches are not dated, but based upon a survey of the collection and dates of similar physical garments made by Hattie Carnegie, Inc. it is assumed that the sketches are from the aforementioned dates.
- US NNFIT SC.53
This collection is contains 262 original fashion sketches by John Derro.