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December 24-25, 1994

This folder contains a column with Q&A with designers on the spirit of the age and black and white photos of ensembles by Donna Karan, Richard Tyler for Anne Klein, Han Feng, Isaac Mizrahi, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Yves Saint Laurent, Ralph Lauren, Issey Miyake and Mary McFadden, some with press releases attached and one color photo of a dress by Bill Blass.

February 24-25, 1996

This folder contains a column on Yves Saint Laurent and black and white photos and black and white photocopies of photos of ensembles by Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche.

January 14-15, 1995

This folder contains a column on a copyright lawsuit between Yves Saint Laurent and Ralph Lauren and one black and white photo of an ensemble by Yves Saint Laurent and one press clippings.

January 21-22, 1995

This folder contains a column on shoes black and white and color photocopies of shoes by Sam & Libby and black and white photos of shoes by Yves Saint Laurent and Joan and David.

January 22-23, 1994

This folder contains a column on plans by the Chambre Syndicale to broadcast French couture shows via a broadcast called "Haute Couture Worldview" and black and white photos of ensembles by Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche.

Jeanette Jarnow interview, 1994 December 20

Jeannette Jarnow, former Chair of the Fashion Buying and Merchandising Department (FBM), discusses the small and intimate nature of FIT when she joined in 1956. She discusses the founding of the school by Morris Haft, Virginia Pope, and a handful of fashion industry insiders. She then describes the birth of the FBM department thanks to an endowment by Bergdorf Goodman as well as close relationships with Lord & Taylor, Abraham and Strauss, and Bloomingdale's. Jarnow touches on influential people from each department store and then goes into the student demographic make-up of the 1950s. Jarnow describes the changes at FIT over her 38 year career such as the former dress code. She then describes fundraising events and field trips to wholesalers and retailers. Jarnow also remembers famous speakers coming to the school such as Yves Saint Laurent and Givenchy. She recalls that Virginia Pope used to take students to the opera and other public events to experience fashion and culture. Jarnow briefly touches on her time as Chair and describes the publication of her book, “Inside the Fashion Business.” Jarnow also emphasizes FIT’s international reach and the vast array of career options alumni have experienced. Finally, she mentions the Oral History of FIT taken by Mildred Finger which was housed in the library.

Jarnow, Jeannette A.

July 8-9, 1995

This folder contains a column on Yves Saint Laurent and Lamberts picks for "fashion's monarchy" beginning with Worth and black and white photos of ensembles by Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche.

May 11-12, 1991

This folder contains a column Robert Merloz, assistant designer at Yves Saint Laurent, black and white photographs of Yves Saint Laurent furs designed by Merloz, a biography of Merloz and one black and white portrait of Merloz.

May 13-14, 1995

this folder contains a column on sunglasses and black and white photos of sunglasses by Yves Saint Laurent, Ralph Lauren, and Cartier and color photos of sunglasses by Anne Klein and Cartier and black and white photocopies of photos of sunglasses by Yves Saint Laurent and 8x10" negatives.

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