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Symposium records

Includes the advertising flyer, schedule of events, papers, and presentations delivered at the 2005 Symposium "Building Style" which occurred on Saturday, May 6, 2005 from 11:00am to 5:00pm. Ten Graduate Students from the School of Graduate Studies delivered presentations. Each presenter's paper and presentation is represented. Keynote address, "Soft Structures," was given by Michelle Fornabal, but her presentation is not included in the file. The names of the presenters and the title of their presentations contained in this folder are: Mary P. Jarvis, "Solving for (x): Drafting the Language of Fashion & Architecture;" Katherine M. Hill, "The Sinuous Line: Art Nouveau Fashion and Architecture;" Marianne Brown, "In Vogue: Edward Steichen at Condé Nast's Apartment;" Jennifer Kay Holley, "Seeing Hats: Millinery and Architecture Through the Lens of Fashion Photography."

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-

American Designer Showings, color slides, 1970

This folder contains color slides of studio photographs of garments from 1970 by John Anthony, J. Baldwin, Beene, Blass, Cardinalli, Oscar de la Renta, Jim Hadley, Hazel Haire, Kenneth Jay Lane, Victor Joris, Anne Klein, Calvin Klein, Papillon, Perette, Jerry Silverman, Don Simonelli, Adele Simpson, Malcolm Starr, Stavropoulos, Jacques Tiffeau, Trigere, Joan Leslie, Weinberg, and unspecified designers.

COTY-AFCA 1944 winners

This folder contains press releases, and designer bios for Claire McCardell, Sally Victor, and Phelps Associates. Also includes are 8x10" black and white headshots of Elizabeth Phelps, Sally Victor and a studio shot of two Adrian evening gowns.

Foreign Designers 1969 & older

This folder contains black and white fashion photos of ensembles by Courreges, Christian Dior, Ledaspain. Pedro Rovira, Elio Berhanyer, de Rauch, Maria Carine, C. Mendes, Patou, Lanvin, and four 8x10" negatives.

COTY-AFCA 1976 nominees

This folder contains biographies for Britta of Cinnamon Wear, Holly Harp, Alexander Julian, Jean-Paul Germain, 8x10" black and white portrait of Britta, Holly Harp, Alexander Julian, Jean-Paul Germain, 8x10" black and white fashion photographs of ensembles by Britta of Cinnamon Wear, Holly Harp, Alexander Julian, and Jean-Paul Germain.

COTY-AFCA 1976 winners bio and program

This folder contains biographies for Kasper, Cesarani, 8x10" black and white portraits, with press releases attached, of Kasper, Bill Kaiserman, Cesarani, John Anthony, Barbara Dulien, Robert Koladzie, Vicky Davis, 8x10" black and white fashion photographs, with press releases attached, of ensembles by Kasper, Bill Kaiserman, Cesarani, and Vicky Davis.

Paris Fall 1964 Pics

This folder contains press releases, handwritten notes, correspondence, and 8x10" black and white fashion photos of ensembles by Chombert Forreur, Christian Dior, Chez Lipp, and Ruben Torres.

COTY-AFCA 1977 program scripts

This folder contains correspondence, 8x10" black and white studio photographs of ensembles, with press releases attached, of ensembles by Mary McFadden, Willi Smith, Geoffrey Beene, Donna Karan, Perry Ellis, 8x10" black and white portrait of Mary McFadden, Willi Smith, Adolfo, Geoffrey Beene, Donna Karan, Perry Ellis, Cathy Hardwick, a biography of Willi Smith, Geoffrey Beene, Donna Karan, Perry Ellis, Adolfo, Cathy Hardwick

COTY-AFCA 1977 winners and bios

This folder contains a biography of Ralph Lauren, Louis Dell'Olio, Stephen Burrows, Jeffrey Banks, Ted Muehling, Alexander Julian, Fernando Sanchez, Marsha Atkins, 8x10" black and white studio photographs of ensembles, with press releases attached, of ensembles by Ralph Lauren, Louis Dell'Olio, Stephen Burrows, Jeffrey Banks, and jewelry by Ted Muehling, Alexander Julian, lingerie by Fernando Sanchez, hats by Marsha Akins of Makins, 8x10" black and white portraits of Ralph Lauren, Louis Dell'Olio, Stephen Burrows, Jeffrey Banks, Ted Muehling, Fernando Sanchez, Alexander Julian, Marsha Akins of Makins.

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