This folder contains a column on tradition versus the avant garde and black and white photos of ensembles by Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Bill Blass, Norma Kamali and Christian Lacroix, and Carolina Herrera.
This folder contains a column on pantsuits and black and white photos of pantsuits by Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche, Carolina Herrera, Oscar de la Renta and Bill Blass and one color photo of a pantsuit by Bill Blass.
This folder contains 36 articles written for a syndicated column in April, May, and June of 1966. Articles cover following topics: High society women commenting on current fashion, Indira Gandhi of India, Bill Blass and real women, Chic to conservative fashion, Fashion design influence on American Indian, Karinska and Traviata, Summer fashion trends, Dining culture, Martha Graham, Shifting positions in the fashion world, Interpreting designers, Kenneth Lane Jewelry, Truman Capote's catty personality, Rose Kennedy's wardrobe on display, Luciana Pignatelli, Paris after the war, Sophia Loren and Paris, Boutique history and culture in Paris, Elizabeth Taylor "Taming the Shrew," Jeanne Hunt Miller, Lolita fashion trends, Myth of White House fashion coordinator, Lauren Bacall, Purchasing suits and fabrics, The older lives of fashion models, Coco the musical about Chanel, Debate over waistlines in fashion, the interest of learning language for travel, Marya Mannes view on fashion, Report on American bathroom design, Lady B. Johnson and daughters, Angela Lansbury in "Mame" by Robert Mackintosh, Truman Capote's "In Cold Blood," Smithsonian exhibit "Little Black Dress," and the wide brimmed hat trend.
This folder contains a column on Paris couture and black and white photos of ensembles by Bill Blass, Jean-Louis Scherrer, Christian Lacroix, Oscar de la Renta, Christian Dior, unidentified designers and reproductions of sketches of ensembles by unidentified designers.
This folder contains press releases, schedules, price and fact sheets, notes, correspondence, and four color 8x10 photographs pertaining to the release of Bill Blass's perfume "Amazing."
This folder contains a letter from journalist A. Scott Walton and photocopies of his articles for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution covering the Fall 1999 runway shows.
This folder contains the Home section of the Chicago Tribune from Sep 14, 1997 featuring an article about Bill Blass furniture, and three drafts of the press release.
This folder contains notes, schedules, an RSVP list, press list, and "Media Alert" pertaining to the September 17, 1998 cocktail reception at which Barbara Walters led a toast honoring Bill Blass and Civilization Magazine.
This folder contains notes, drafts, correspondence, and schedules related to the August/September issue of Civilzation magazine that Bill Blass guest edited, as well as the cover and clippings from the magazine.
This folder contains clippings from Houston Lifestyle magazine from March 1998, August 1998, September 1998, and July 1999 featuring designs by Bill Blass and Fernando Sanchez, and Joan & David.
This folder contains a clipping from the April 23, 1999 issue of the Journal of Camden County that pictures a Bill Blass design.
This folder contains four 8x10 negatives and multiple 8x10 prints of 4 looks (2 photographed in black and white, 2 in color) from the Bill Blass Spring 1999 collection, as well as notes about cropping and captioning the photographs.
This folder contains a clipping about a Bill Blass fashion show at a luncheon to benefit the League to Save Lake Tahoe, from the August 23, 1999 Marin Independent Journal, as well as a hand-written note from the journalist, Dale Kern.
This folder contains a press kit for the Spring 1998 fashion show including folder, biography, 8x10 black and white portrait of Bill Blass, photocopied articles about Blass, and four 8x10 photographs (2 color, 2 black and white) of looks from the collection. The folder also contains negatives of looks from the collection, of various sizes (8 5x7, 2 3x4, 2 8x10) and photographs of looks from the collection (3 black and white 8x10 and 6 color 8x10, showing a total of 4 looks because some photographs are duplicates).
This folder contains a clipping of an article reviewing the Spring 2000 collections, including a Bill Blass striped dress, from the November 1, 1999 issue of New York magazine
This folder contains a clipping from the February 1, 2000 issue of the New York Post that features the announcement that Bill Blass's new owners will be picking a top designer for the company.
This folder contains one issue of the December 20, 1993 issues of The New Yorker and one April/May 1994 issues of the New York Public Library News.