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Short gloves, undated

This folder contains short leather glove samples, some with details which include crochet or contrasting color stitches and a few non-leather samples.

Reynaldo Luza, 1940-1942

This folder contains 18 fashion illustrations produced by Reynaldo Luza that consists of garments and accessories: (hats, gloves, belts, umbrellas and shoes) Some illustrations are labeled Bergdorf Goodman on the back.

Harper's Bazaar

Integrated Service-Learning Project

The Integrated Service-Learning Project is an extension of the Interior Design Relief Project which was founded in 2013. It aims to integrate the efforts of like-minded interior designers, architects, and contractors who believe that the design of the physical environment matters, shapes lives, and can empower people. Documents relate to projects conducted with FIT Interior Design students and various New York and New Jersey area organizations including the Bowery Mission Women’s Center in the renovation of their laundry room, the Community of Friends in Action of Leonia, NJ, the Leonia Presbyterian Church, and Hug-it-Forward, to build a “bottle school” in Guatemala, presented proposals for the renovation of the communal kitchen at Hephzibah House in New York City and Living Waters Community Center in Brooklyn, Restore NYC during the Spring semester and moving on to summer with The Bowery Mission Men's Center and St. Paul's House and more. These projects became part of the curriculum and the content is now taught in the 6th semester in liaison with New York Cares

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

Original works and sketches

This folder contains loose files of glove design specs with details, along with some photocopies. A separate file of motif detail sketches. A few promotional layouts along with a proof. A single glove with swatch detail and misc. items-- 2 landscape paintings.

Ramona Ramos papers, 1952-1953

3 folders of Ramona Ramos' school work when she was a student at FIT. Includes sketches, examples of sewing, biographies of designers, paper patterns, report on millinery history, machine skills course work, and collages.

Ramos, Ramona

CFDA Washington, 1963-1964

This folder contains correspondence, press clippings, show programs, pamphlets related to congress, the congressional records, and several copies of Eleanor Lambert's statements to congress.

Jamel Shabazz interview, 2014 January 6

April Calahan, Curator of Manuscripts at the Special Collections and College Archives unit of the Fashion Institute of Technology library, interviews street style fashion photographer Jamel Shabazz. Mr. Shabazz talks of his life growing up in New York City as a child of divorce. He recalls how he started learning photography in Germany while serving in the armed forces. He began documenting his world in 1980 when he began taking photographs of young people who reminded him of his own life growing up, and found his camera facilitated his ability to engage with and mentor young people. He talks about the importance of mentorship, the trust that he honed between him and his subjects. He discusses how discounted clothing was often purchased from stores around Delancey and Orchard streets in the 1970s as well as other hubs where urban fashion originated from. He compares the photographic work he's done in the studio to his preference to shooting on the street. Calahan and Shabazz review the specific processes behind a number of Shabazz's favorite photographs. He finally discusses his respect for FIT, and his reasons for donating a collection of photographs to FIT's archive, and how important he believes photography is for documenting history. Alex Joseph, editor of Hue Magazine, joins in as interviewer to ask Mr. Shabazz about his personal clothing collection, which consists of pieces he designed himself or has kept over several decades, and which he uses in his fashion shoots. Finally, Mr. Shabazz recalls how fashion has changed over time.

Shabazz, Jamel, 1960-

Glove samples, undated

This series consist of actual glove samples, mostly leather but a few non-leather. Some are displayed with their original packaging as they arrived into the collection. They are separated into folders by gloves lengths : short, mid, and long. Gloves may be manufactured in Paris or the Philippines, as shown by the inside stamps and may or may not include tags. Glove conditions range from brand new, lightly worn to very used.

Isotoner, undated

This folder consists of two Isotoner one-piece leotards, loose glove singles, random packaging, loose color samples and design specs.

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