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Tom Drew sketches, 1971-1972
US NNFIT SC.84 · Collectie · 1971-1972

Design sketches with notes drawn by Tom Drew for Toby Tanner.

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US NNFIT SC.449 · Collectie · 1980-1989

This collection is comprised of 5 boxes which house 53 folders containing photographic slides of different designer's fashion shows from the 1980s.

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US NNFIT SC.378 · Collectie · 1940-1949

This collection contains two Shocking de Schiaparelli perfume bottles in their original packing and one example of the packaging for Schiaparelli lipstick.

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Oral History of FIT
US NNFIT SC.FITA.3.20.4.9.12 · sub-sub-sub-series · 1967-1985, bulk 1984
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This subseries is part of the first collection of oral history interviews conducted in the 1980s, mostly conducted by Mildred Finger, this series is comprised of interviews of people who were affiliated with the Fashion Institute of Technology.

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US NNFIT SC.FITA.3.20.4.9.10 · sub-sub-sub-series · 2014-
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FIT Talks is an oral history program of the Fashion Institute of Technology/State University of New York. It documents personal accounts and experiences of people relevant to the College and to the industries that support - and are supported by - the College’s curricula. The program incorporates the most suitable technologies for the capture and provision of content and, with the guidance of an advisory board, the strategic addition of new subjects to the collection. The collection is administered by the Special Collections and College Archives, a unit of the Gladys Marcus Library.

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US NNFIT SC.FITA.3.20.4.9.9 · sub-sub-sub-series · 1989 January 26 - 1990 June 3
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Conducted by Estelle Ellis in the late 1980s into the early 1990s, this is a series of oral history interviews of executives who worked for Saks Fifth Avenue throughout the 20th century. Interviewees discuss the goals of the store's president, Adam Gimbel, others they worked with, and the fashion retail industry, and the various experiences they had while working for Saks Fifth Avenue.

Interviewees include: Arnold Aronson, Bill Berta, Mel Jacobs, Allan R. Johnson, Paul Leblang, Helen O'Hagan, Jay Rossbach, Ellen Saltzman, Doris Shaw, Robert Suslow, Burton Tansky, Norman Wechsler, Charlotte Kramer, Sid Mayar, Janet Reese, and William Lucas

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US NNFIT SC.FITA.3.20.4.9.6 · sub-sub-sub-series · 1993
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Interviews conducted by Estelle Ellis in 1993 on the occasion of the 1993 awards dinner in honor of Annette Green and the Fragrance Foundation, benefitting the educational foundation for the fashion industries. Interviews were conducted with key individuals involved in the fragrance industry including Annette Green (President, Fragrance Foundation), James Preston (Chairman, Avon Products), Lawrence Aiken (President and CEO, Sanofi Beaute), Dr. Fernando Aleu (President, Compar), Eugene Grisanti (Chairman, President and CEO, International Flavors & Fragrances), Jeanette Wagner (President, Estee Lauder), Burton Tansky, (Chairman, Bergdorf Goodman), Rosemarie Bravo (President, Saks Fifth Avenue).

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US NNFIT SC.FITA.3.20.4.9.5 · sub-sub-sub-series · 2010-2011
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Oral history interviews conducted between 2010 and 2011 with models, bookers, and other Ford Modeling Agency personnel, which document the modeling industry as it affects the fashion and beauty industry.

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US NNFIT SC.FITA.3.20.4.9.4 · sub-sub-sub-series · 1994-1996 bulk 1994-1995
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Oral history interviews conducted by Carol Poll, a sociologist and sociology professor at FIT, of various FIT professors and administrators between the years of 1994-1996 on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the college.

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US NNFIT SC.FITA.3.20.4.9.2 · sub-sub-sub-series · 1977 and 1994, bulk 1994
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This series consists of oral history interviews that discuss the history of Bergdorf Goodman, as well as the store's status and future plans as they stood at the time. Interviews were conducted first in December 1977 by Robert Riley, and subsequently in July 1994 by Valerie Steele and Estelle Ellis with Stephen Elkin, Chairman, Berdorf Goodman, Dawn Mello, President, Bergdorf Goodman, Nena Goodman, widow of Andrew Goodman, Edwin Goodman, son of Andrew Goodman.

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US NNFIT SC.FITA.3.20.4.9.1 · sub-sub-sub-series · 1977-2011 bulk 1977-1990
Part of Academic Affairs records

The Oral History Project of the Fashion Industries began informally in the late 1970s, and was officially funded by a grant from the Educational Foundation for the Fashion Industries beginning in 1981. The project was guided by an industry advisory committee chaired by Mrs. William Randolph Hearst, Jr., and was largely guided by then director of the Gladys Marcus Library at FIT, John Touhey.

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US NNFIT SC.FITA.3.20.4.9.3 · sub-sub-sub-series · 1986 November 5-1987 January 16
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This series consists of 14 oral history interviews, which discuss the history of Bloomingdale's, President Marvin Traub, as well as the store's current status and future plans. Interviews were conducted between November, 1986 and January 1987 by Estelle Ellis.

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US NNFIT SC.FITA.3.20.4.9 · sub-sub-series · 1967-2023
Part of Academic Affairs records

This collection is comprised of oral history interviews with prominent twentieth- and twenty-first-century fashion industry businesspeople, designers, and artists, as well as members of the FIT faculty and staff.

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SC.57 · Collectie · 1940-1958

This collection holds illustrations of home furnishing designs including arm and side chairs, desks, tables, sofas, beds. Some drawings are stamped with the imprint, "W. & J. Sloane."

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US NNFIT SC.424 · Collectie · 1939-2008

This collection contains a diverse assortment of business and personal items pertaining to French-born fashion designer Pauline Trigère dating to 1939 - 2008 and encompassing the period of her New York fashion career, retirement and after her death in 2002. It includes fashion and personal photographs, marketing materials, tear sheets, correspondence, scrapbooks, original illustrations, packaging, (including hang tags and labels), two hand-drafted paper patterns, and philanthropic records, (including records of her involvement with the Fashion Institute of Technology). In addition to paper items, the collection includes her awards, various types of media such as slides, slide carousels and videocassettes, as well as fragrance bottles and packaging for her perfume Liquid Chic, Trigère brand hosiery in original packaging, three pairs of Beth Levine shoes, two suitcases, and a rustic La Tortue house-sign.

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US NNFIT SC.79 · Collectie · 1973

This collection holds sketches of women's sportswear designs, dated 1973. Several sketches have swatches attached. The sketches bear notations reading "Irene McParland for Vera."

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US NNFIT SC.73 · Collectie · 1980-1985

This collection contains created by Bernard Alric for the Italian furrier Boeing Pelliccerie in the 1980s.

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Bernard Alric sketches
US NNFIT SC.73.1 · Reeks
Part of Bernard Alric designs, 1980-1985

This collection contains sketches of designs, some original with some prints and photo transparencies that were created by Bernard Alric for the Italian furrier Boeing Pelliccerie in the 1980s.

Catalogs, 1961-1963
US NNFIT SC.72.1.2 · folder · 1961-1963
Part of Dorothy Jensen collection, 1958-1972

This folder contains approximately 50 catalogs from department stores including Arnold Constable, B. Altmann, Best & Co., Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdales, and Bonwit Teller.

US NNFIT SC.72 · Collectie · 1958-1972

This collection contains small catalogs and advertisements from various department stores, color photographs on mannequins in display windows, business documents, pencil and ink sketches; 49 pencil sketches with some color, and design croquis with attached swatches.

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US NNFIT SC.72.2 · Reeks · 1958-1972
Part of Dorothy Jensen collection, 1958-1972

This series includes sketches and documents by Dorothy Jensen. 60 ink sketches and 49 pencil sketches with color. Some sketch copies include attached fabric swatches. Also includes notes on "How to control a collection" and PR release for designs in 1958 HiLites collection. Some handwritten notes and letters are found on the backs of sketches.

US NNFIT SC.72.2.2 · folder · around 1972
Part of Dorothy Jensen collection, 1958-1972

This folder contains rough thumbnail design sketches in pencil and ink, some with fabric swatches. Some pages have a corporate logo for "Petite Maker, Inc., Manufacturers of Dresses, 'Proportioned for Petites'" with the address 1350 Broadway, New York, NY 10018; Bryant 9-1071. There are also three color photographs of maniquins in department store windows.

US NNFIT SC.195 · Collectie · 1950-1975

This collection hold sketches by three fashion designers collected by Pierre Simon. The bulk (248) of the drawings are by Pierre Balmain (198 b/w and watercolor and 49 b/w pencil sketches). The remaining two sketches include 1 drawing each by Christian Dior and Elsa Schiaparelli.

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US NNFIT SC.411 · Collectie · 1921-1967

This collection is comprised of three series. The first series has 217 folders containing 190 scrapbooks that document the publicity, promotions, and advertising undertaken by the textile converting firm Everfast Fabrics, Inc. from 1921-1967. The second series has two folders containing loose swatch cards from the 1930s-1959 and the third series has one folder containing label samples from the 1930s-1967, all from Everfast Fabrics, Inc.

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Earl-Glo, 1934
US NNFIT SC.411.1.30 · folder · 1934-1935
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1934 with a collection of newspaper clippings advertising Earl-Glo, a fabric primarily used for coat linings, sold by N. Erlanger, Blumgart & Co.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.67 · folder · 1944
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1944 with a series of magazine advertisements for fashions made with Everfast Fabrics. Each ad has an illustration of the outfit and a quote from the designer about why they enjoy working with Everfast Fabrics.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.51 · folder · 1940
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1940 with newspaper clippings, promotional materials, and photographs for women's and men's wear made with Everfast Fabrics. The ads are primarily for Everfast's "miracle shirting" rayon fabric called Sunmere, woven by Ponemah Mills. There are also photographs of store displays and articles about Everfast's "Southward to Spring" and "Main Ring Show" fashion shows.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.139 · folder · 1949-1950
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook with magazine ads for Everfast Fabrics from 1949-1950. There are fashions designed by Vera Maxwell, Joset Walker, Carolyn Schnurer, Kay Dunhill, Toni Owen, Claire Mccardell, and others. There are also ads for sewing patterns by Vogue, McCall, Advance, and Simplicity. Ads focus on women's summer wear, women's beachwear, and drapery using Everfast Pique, Crash, Sailcloth, Gingham, and Everglaze Chintz.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.46 · folder · 1937-1945
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1937-1945 with magazine clippings for women's wear, and some men's wear and children's wear, made with Everfast Fabrics. It is organized by publication, with tabs for Women's Wear, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Good Houskeeping, McCall's, and The Delineator. There are ads for fabrics designed by Jacques Heim and Elsa Schiaparelli, as well as "Louisiana Fashions" and "Old Quebec" fabrics designed by Trumain Bailey. There are also ads featuring fashions designed by Claire McCardell, Mary Stevens, Vera Maxwell, Emily Wilkens, and Joset Walker.

Label samples, 1930s-1967
US NNFIT SC.411.3.1 · folder · 1930s-1967
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains loose pages with over 200 woven fabric labels and printed hang tags from Everfast Fabrics' collaborations with department stores and designers in the 1930s-1960s.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.143 · folder · 1951
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from April 1951 with magazine clippings, photographs, fabric swatches, and business correspondence for the promotion called, "A Bag Full of Summer in Cottons by Everfast," printed in Vogue. The promotion was a collaboration between Everfast Fabrics and Henry Rosenfeld, Korday, Juniorite, Dorian-Macksoud Corporation, Amelia Earhart Luggage, and B. Altman. There are copies of advertising leaflets sent out by participating stores and photographs of window displays at B. Altman.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.144 · folder · 1951
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from April 1951 with magazine clippings, promotional materials, and business correspondence for the promotion called "A Bag Full of Summer Cottons by Everfast," printed in Vogue. The promotion was a collaboration between Everfast Fabrics and Henry Rosenfeld, Korday, Juniorite, Dorian-Macksoud Corporation, Amelia Earhart luggage and B. Altman. There are copies of advertising leaflets sent out by particpating stores and photocopies of newspaper ads.

US NNFIT SC.411.2.1 · folder · 1930s-1959
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a collection of mostly undated fabric swatch cards from about the 1930s-1959 from Everfast Fabrics, used for sportswear and eveningwear. There are swatches of Embroidered Batiste, Handkerchief Linen, Pique, Printed Organdies, Printed Voile, Cabana Prints, Trellis Mesh, Cakewalk on Satinia (with Everglaze), Staccato on Satinia (with Everglaze), and more.

US NNFIT SC.411.2.2 · folder · 1935-1940s
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a collection of mostly undated fabric swatch cards from about 1935-1940s from Everfast Fabrics, used primarily for beachwear and sportswear. There are swatches of Pique, Cord, Chintz, Printed Dimity, Handkerchief Check Lawn, Cloque, Bengal Cloth, Printed Organdie, Printed Broadcloth, and more. There are fabrics designed by Jacques Heim and Elsa Schiaparelli. There are also some associated newspaper clippings advertising the fabrics.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.217 · folder · 1935-1949
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains miscellaneous scrapbook materials from 1935-1949 that were found loose with the collection. In addition to loose scrapbook pages, there are photographs, fabric swatches, newspaper and magazine clippings, and promotional materials for women's wear, men's wear, children's wear, and drapery fabrics from Everfast Fabrics.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.216 · folder · 1966
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1966 with promotional materials, fabric swatches, photographs, business correspondence, and magazine and newspaper clippings for women's wear and drapery fabrics from Everfast Fabrics. There are ads for Everglaze easy care cottons for interiors, protected with Zepel from DuPont, and designs from Sue Brett, Glen of Michigan, and Kroehler Furniture. There are also sewing pattern envelopes from McCall's, business correspondence with DUX, Incorporated, and ads and a photograph of a display at B. Altman & Co. There are loose excerpts from American Fabrics with swatches of the "Young Romantic" collection and "Sundra," a nu-jute fabric. Many pages contain handwritten notes with the name of the pattern on the fabric being advertised.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.215 · folder · 1965
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1965 with newspaper and magazine clippings for women's wear and drapery fabrics from Everfast Fabrics. There are ads for Everglaze easy care cottons for interiors, protected with Zepel from DuPont, and for women's wear designs by McCall's Patterns, Tanner of North Carolina, Cole of California, and others. There are also newspaper articles about the decorative fabrics industry, one focusing on Margaret (Peg) Fuller, vice president and director of Everfast.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.213 · folder · 1965
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1965 with newspaper and magazine clippings, promotional materials, and photographs for the 1965 Miss America promotional tour with Vonda Kay Van Dyke. Miss America's promotional tours were a collaboration between Miss America, Everfast Fabrics, Everglaze, and McCall's Patterns. In 1965, they visited Gimbel's, Stewart's, Frederick & Nelson, Meier & Frank, Home Silk Shop, Block's, Emery, Bird, Thayer Company, Eaton's, Cain-Sloan, Brandeis, and The Dayton Company. There are photographs at the participating stores, fashion show programs, and sewing pattern envelopes.

Miscellaneous, 1964-1965
US NNFIT SC.411.1.212 · folder · 1964-1965
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1964-1965 with fabric swatches and newspaper and magazine clippings for drapery fabrics, and women's wear and men's wear made with Everfast Fabrics. There are ads for Izod, Kodel, and McCall's patterns, an excerpt from American Fabrics, and newspaper articles about current trends in cotton.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.211 · folder · 1964
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1964 with newspaper and magazine clippings, promotional materials, and photographs for the 1964 Miss America promotional tour with Donna Axum. Miss America's promotional tours were a collaboration between Miss America, Everfast Fabrics, Everglaze, and McCall's Patterns. In 1964, they visited Frederick & Nelson, Meier & Frank; The Dayton Company, Brandeis, Block's, Gimbels-Schuster, Cain-Sloan, Gus Blass Co., Stewart's, Hudson's, and Eaton's. There are photographs at the participating stores, fashion show programs, and sewing pattern envelopes.

Kodel 1963-1964 / 1964-1965
US NNFIT SC.411.1.210 · folder · 1963-1965
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1963-1965 with fabric swatches, photographs, and newspaper and magazine clippings for women's wear, men's wear, and children's wear made with Kodel polyester fabric from Everfast Fabrics. There are hang tags for Kodel garments, and photographs of a Rosette Pennington display and window displays at Best & Co. and Tripler's.

Miscellaneous, 1963-1964
US NNFIT SC.411.1.209 · folder · 1963-1964
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1963-1964 with magazine and newspaper clippings about Everfast Fabrics, including ads for Everglaze cottons and Kodel polyester fabrics. There are designs by Ceil Chapman and Dorothy Cox and ads for sewing patterns from McCall's, Simplicity, and Butterick. There are also newspaper articles about changes to Everfast staff and about the "E" for Excellence award from the U.S. Commerce Department, which Everfast Fabrics received in 1964 for its good work spreading the American fashion and fabric vogue throughout the world.

Miscellaneous, 1962-1963
US NNFIT SC.411.1.207 · folder · 1962-1963
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1962-1963 with newspaper and magazine clippings for Everglaze cottons by Everfast Fabrics. The ads are primarily for women's ready to wear and for Vogue Patterns.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.208 · folder · 1963
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1963 with newspaper and magazine clippings, promotional materials, photographs, and fabric swatches for the 1963 Miss America promotional tour with Jacquelyn Jeanne Mayer. Miss America's promotional tours were a collaboration between Miss America, Everfast Fabrics, Everglaze, and McCall's Patterns. In 1963, they visited Meier & Frank, Eaton's, Frederick & Nelson, The Dayton Company, Brandeis, Gimbels-Schuster, Block's, Kaufman's, F & R Lazarus, Cain-Sloan, and Hudson's. There are photographs at the participating stores, fashion show programs, and sewing pattern envelopes with swatches of the recommended Everfast Fabric.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.205 · folder · 1962
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1962 with newspaper and magazine clippings, promotional materials, photographs, and fabric swatches for the 1962 Miss America promotional tour with Maria Beale Fletcher. Miss America's promotional tours were a collaboration between Miss America, Everfast Fabrics, Everglaze, and McCall's Patterns. In 1962, they visited Meier & Frank, Eaton's, Frederick & Nelson, The Broadway, The Dayton Company, Gimbel Brothers, Block's, Stewart's, Cain-Sloan, Brandeis, Bamberger's, and Hudson's. There are photographs at the participating stores, fashion show programs, and sewing pattern envelopes with swatches of the recommended Everfast Fabric.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.206 · folder · 1962
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1962 with magazine and newspaper clippings for the Polynesian Zinnia promotion in Vogue. Everfast Fabrics partnered with Northrup King Seeds to design a line of Zinnia-inspired Everglaze cottons for women's wear and drapery, which was sold at B. Altman and other stores. Some designs by Toni Owen are featured.

Miscellaneous, 1961-1962
US NNFIT SC.411.1.204 · folder · 1961-1962
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1961-1962 with newspaper and magazine clippings for women's wear and men's wear made with Everglaze Ban-Care cottons by Everfast Fabrics. There are newspaper articles about changes to Everfast staff and articles about copyright infringement cases by Everfast against other fabric companies.

Everglaze Cottons, 1960
US NNFIT SC.411.1.201 · folder · 1960
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1960 with newspaper and magazine clippings for Everglaze Ban-Care cottons by Everfast Fabrics used in women's wear, men's wear, and children's wear. There are also a series of sewing pattern envelopes from Advance Patterns, also newspaper article about changes to Everfast staff.

US NNFIT SC.411.1.203 · folder · 1961
Part of Everfast Fabrics collection, 1921-1967

This folder contains a scrapbook from 1961 with newspaper and magazine clippings, promotional materials, photographs, and fabric swatches for the 1961 Miss America promotional tour with Nancy Anne Fleming. Miss America's promotional tours were a collaboration between Miss America, Everfast Fabrics, Everglaze, and McCall's Patterns. In 1961, the tour visited Meier & Frank, Stern's, Eaton's, The Dayton Co., Hudson's, Stewart's, Block's, Bamberger's, Bullock's, Frederick & Nelson, Gimbel's, and J.L. Brandeis & Sons. There are photographs at the participating stores, fashion show programs, and sewing pattern envelopes with swatches of the recommended Everfast Fabric.