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The Future of Beauty symposium program, 1989

  • US NNFIT SC.385
  • collection
  • 1989 April 6

Bi-fold program for a Revlon Symposium title The Future of Beauty which was held in New York City on April 6, 1989. Speakers included Nancy Friday, Lionel Tiger, Georgia Witkin, Molly Haskell and Warren Farrell. Also included is a letter from Nancy Friday addressed to the donor David Katzive.

2023 accumulation: three betacam video cassettes with footage of the event and a variety of people, including Joan Rivers, Norman Lear, Gay Talese and others, talking about women in the beauty industry.

Revlon, Inc.

Interview with Eleanor Lambert reflecting on Norman Norell, 1982 September 2

American fashion publicist Eleanor Lambert is interviewed by Mildred Finger, where they discuss fashion designer Normal Norell and his contributions to American fashion. Miss Lambert personally knew Norell for a number of years and provides insight into his personality, presence, fashion preferences and designs.

Lambert, Eleanor

Hazel Bishop interview, 1981 April 17 & May 15

Hazel Bishop, a pioneer in the cosmetic industry, was the founder of Hazel Bishop Inc., which developed an early indelible lipstick. She was the administrative head of Cosmetics, Fragrance, and Toiletries Curriculum of the Fashion Institute of Technology and a financial analyst covering the cosmetic-and-health-related securities for Evans and Company. This interview, conducted in May, 1981, explores Bishop’s career growth, her invention of a long lasting lipstick, her experience as a stockbroker/expert on cosmetic stocks, the fragrance/beauty industry as a whole and the opportunities it provides for FIT graduates.

Bishop, Hazel, 1906-1998

Eugene Grisanti interview, 1993 September 16

Interview with Eugene Grisanti, Chairman, President, and CEO of International Flavors & Fragrances, about Annette Green and the Fragrance Foundation. Discusses the history of trends in fragrance and the history of fragrance itself.

Grisanti, Eugene

Historical photographs

A collection of photographs documenting the Fashion Institute of Technology from its founding to the late 1980s.

Fashion Institute of Technology (New York, N.Y.)

Construction documentation

Random assortment of photographs showing building construction related events and activities. Images of proposed buildings. Most photographs are undated, but appear to be from the 1940s to the 1980s.

Robert Bryan collection, 1926- circa 2016

  • US NNFIT SC.483
  • collection
  • 1926- circa 2016

This collection contains photographs, print media, correspondence and audiovisual materials pertaining to the career of menswear stylist Robert Bryan.

Bryan, Robert

Andrew Goodman interview, 1973

  • US NNFIT SC.473
  • collection
  • 1973

This collection contains a 187 page transcript of an oral history with Andrew Goodman.

The American Jewish Committee

Jill Hemmingway collection, 1993-2001

  • SC.417
  • collection
  • 1993 - 2001

This collection is comprised of promotional cards for various fashion brands including Calvin Kein, Anna Sui, Ellie Tahari, Bebe, Canal Jean Company, and Levi's, fashion retailers including Urban Outfitters and, fashion events hosted by Azzedine Alaîa, The Fashion Group International, and Henri Bendel, a pack of illustrated playing cards created by Erin Petson and Maia Adams, issue #29 of Project X magazine, and promotional brochures for Roberto Cavalli, Fayçal Amor, and Ruffo Research for Vogue Italia.

Hemmingway, Jill

Edward Moir collection, 1865-1964

  • US NNFIT SC.217
  • collection
  • 1865 - 1964

Documents and data related to Edward Moir in his roles as businessman and political activist for the interests of the Carded Woolen Manufactures' Association. However some of the items were collected after Moir's death, and relate mostly to the later years of the mill he ran.

Moir, Edward, 1846-1932

Norbert Quinn illustration, 1927

A glossy print of a caricature drawing by Norbert Quinn. Edward Moir is shown along with other men, possibly members of the Carded Woolen Manufacturers Association. Note on back states the caricatures were likely drawn at a "meeting or banquet in Boston."

Quinn, Norbert

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