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Includes the papers and presentations delivered at the 2012 Symposium "Two Part Harmony: Fashion and Music" which occurred on May 5, 2012. Graduate Students from the Department of Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, Museum Practice delivered presentations. The names of the presenters and the title of their presentations contained in this folder are: Alex Joseph, "Kind of Blue: The changing music and personal Style of Miles Davis;" Christine Zhu, "From D.I.Y. to L.E.D.: The Costumes and Music of Bjork;" Tracy Jenkins, "Callas Behavior: Fashion and the Making of a Diva;" Cassidy Zachary, "The Art of Exaggeration: The Fashion and Costume of Gaby Deslys."

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Includes the papers and presentation delivered at the 2012 Symposium "Two Part Harmony: Fashion and Music." The names of the presenters and the title of their presentations contained in this folder are: Jessica Pushor, "Wranglers and Rhinestones; Menswear in Country Music;" Alyssa Perry, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow? Fashion and the Golden Age of Girl Groups;" Anna Yanofsky, "Walking to the Beat: Music on the Runway."

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Includes the papers and presentation delivered at the 2014 Symposium "Modes of Modernity The Ephemeral & the Eternal in 20th Century Fashion." The names of the presenters and the title of their presentations contained in this folder are: Jasmine Helm, "Abstract Becoming Modern: The Directoire Revival Style;" Diana Dalmas, "Period Films and the Decline of the Modern 1930-1953;" Danielle Morrin, "Clara Bow: The Rise and Fall of the Fashionable Flapper;" Tae In Ahn, "All that Glitters is not Gold: Shine in Modern Fashion;" Vanessa Garver, "Clothed in the Cosmos: Astronomy in Fashion and Textile Design, 1920-1945."

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Includes the advertisitng flyer, schedule of events, papers, and presentations delivered at the 2015 Symposium "Acts of Fashion: Inspiration, Imitation, Appropriation" which occurred on Saturday, May 9, 2015. Eleven Graduate Students from the Department of Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, Museum Practice delivered presentations. Each presenter's paper and presentation is represented. Panelists Sass Brown, Ariele Elia, and Lucille A. Roussin presented as part of a council, but their presentations are not included in the files. The names of the presenters and the title of their presentations contained in this folder are: Hannah Adkins, "Le Vrai et le Faux Chic: Translation and Interpretation;" Sarah Finley, "Paris in Ohio: An Analysis of a Poiret Personal Print;" Jennifer Nieling, "Imitation and Innovation: Rayon's Identity Crisis as Artificial Silk; "Joy Davis, "Majo Splendor: Inspiration from an Iberian Subculture;" Christine Hopkins, "Guilty Kilts and Plundered Plaid: The Appropriation of Tartan in Fashion;" Kristine Engemann, "Fighting with Pretty: Violence, Appropriation, and Mardi Gras Indian Dress."

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Includes the papers and presentation delivered at the 2015 Symposium "Acts of Fashion: Inspiration, Imitation, Appropriation" which occurred on Saturday, May 9, 2015. The names of the presenters and the title of their presentations contained in this folder are: Jade Burger Macnee, "Dress and Art: An Anthropophagic Study;" Christina Frank, "Homeless Chic? Appropriation and Inspiration in Fashion;" Chloe Chapin, "Tuxedos Transformed women's fashion inspired by male evening dress;" Ingrid Wetzel, "Ignore the Violence: Hells Angels, Highway to the Runway;" J. Leia Lima Baum, "Imitating the Familiar: Normcore and the End of Postmodernism in Fashion."

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Includes the papers and presentation delivered at the 2016 Symposium The names of the presenters and the title of their presentations contained in this folder are: Elisa Koizumi "Imagining a Revolution: a case study, The Black Panthers" ; Taylor Elyse Anderson "Tragedy, Sensationalism, and Cloth: A Theoretical Look at Jacqueline Kennedy's Pink Suit" ; Ilene Hacker "Jacques Estrel's 1971 Collection and the Gender Crisis of the 1970s" ; Doris Domoszlai-Lantner "Constructing A Soviet Narrative: Jean Paul Gaultier's Russian Constructivist Collection, 1986" ; Naomi Sosnovsky "I Gave Gold for Iron: Theme of Patriotism in Berlin Ironwork Jewelry" .

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Includes the papers and presentation delivered at the 2017 Symposium "Dressing New York" on Saturday, May 13, 2017. The names of the presenters and the title of their presentations contained in this folder are: Lucy Carey "The Great Divide of 1960: Norman Norell's Coulotte" ; Sarah Jean Culbreth "'Who Are the Mystery Girls?': Deconstructing the New York Doll's Image ; Loggans "Fantaies of Opulence: Racial Dynamics of Drag Balls in New York City, 1890-1969" ; Daniel Gustina "Depression Era New York: Dress & Photographs of Fashionable Society" .

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Includes the papers and presentation delivered at the 2018 Symposium "Behind the Designer" on Saturday, May 12, 2018. The names of the presenters and the title of their presentations contained in this folder are: Caela Castillo "Armored in Ivory: The Bold Style and Soul of Nancy Cunard" ; Carson Poplin "Establishing a Legacy: Charles James & Millicent Rogers" ; Carol McLennan "Embracing the In-Between: Comme des Garçons, Butoh, and Ma" ; Lauren Bilodeau "Photographing Schiaparelli" ; Raissa Bretaña "The Dog Behind the Designer: Model, Mascot, and Muse" ; Laura E. Peluso "A Well-Edited Style: Jane Trahey's Fashion Advertising Campaigns" .

FIT Library Marketing Files, 1949-1995

The Marketing Files were a unique research collection created and originally kept in the library's former Vertical Files unit. They were popular resources for researchers before the internet dominated such searches. The files were largely composed of thousands of articles related to the business and marketing side of the fashion industry that were clipped, photocopied, pasted, or laminated by the Vertical Files staff. They also included promotional and informational materials such as pamphlets, booklets, press kits, annual reports, financial reports, industry studies, and catalogs. These collected materials are grouped chronologically within each folder, and the folders are arranged alphabetically by company within each alphabetical topic. These topics include the apparel industry, cosmetics and toiletries, furs, leather, licensing, and retail stores. The dates of these collected materials range from 1949 to 1995. (The Vertical Files unit was closed in January, 1996.) Upon introduction to the College Archives these folders filled 131 archival boxes, but those have been weeded for online redundancy and condition. The remaining hard-to-find materials are now housed in 44 boxes containing 201 folders. These files might appeal to students of Fashion Business Management, Global Fashion Management, and International Trade and Marketing for the Fashion Industries who are researching the history of various aspects of the industry.

Vertical Files unit

Apparel Industry - Labor I, 1972-1981

Photocopied, pasted, and laminated articles concerning labor issues within the apparel industry, including articles from Barron's and California Apparel News.

Apparel Industry - Labor II, 1981-1994

Photocopied, pasted, and laminated articles concerning labor issues within the apparel industry, including articles from California Apparel News and Daily News.

Apparel Industry - Frederick Atkins, 1977-1986

Photocopied, pasted, and laminated articles concerning the apparel firm Frederick Atkins, Inc., including articles from Retail Week, Women's Wear Daily and a company statement of purpose.

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