Miscellaneous fashion plates, sketches, and photographs from various sources. The fashion plates from unknown or miscellaneous publications consist of various styles and techniques of printmaking in both color and black and white. Fashion sketches in pencil, marker, or watercolor on paper represent designs available from department stores and miscellaneous designers. The fashion photograph series includes people in fashionable dress for varying purposes, including advertisements.
This collection is comprised of two 10 1/2 x 14" original pen and watercolor illustrations by Steven Cervantes. One depicts the exterior of a building (possible department store?) and the other is a architecture-inspired surface design.
This collection is comprised of 19 folders containing sketches of womenswear by Martin Unger. Some of the sketches have fabric samples attached. There are several photocopied versions of the sketches. Multiple folders within the collection features sketches of designs by other designers. Included within the collection are press materials and a brief article about Martin Unger.
This folder contains sketches of pencil, color pencil, wash, acrylic and pen designs for children's clothing. There are also sketches of pencil, wash and acrylic designs of striped fabric patterns, some have fabric samples attached. Also, included are handwritten notes, a receipt, and magazine and newspaper clippings.
This folder contains sketches of pencil, wash and pen designs for girl's clothing. Some sketches include handwritten notes, embroideries and fabric samples. Also, included are pencil and color pencil sketches of appliques and animals, and magazine and newspaper clippings.