57 Archival description results for Millinery
This folder contains a column on millinery and black and white and color photos of hats by Eric Javits and Patricia Underwood and black and white photocopies of photos of hats by Eric Javits and Patricia Underwood.
This folder contains a column on milliners Eric Javits and Patricia Underwood and black and white and color photos of hats by Javits and Underwood and black and white photocopies of photos of hats by Javits.
Ellen Goldstein, the Chair of the Accessories Design and Millinery Department, started with FIT’s Fashion Design Department as a part-time instructor. In 1981, the school received a federal grant for industries affected by imports and was able to start an accessories department. With additional support from the industry, the department has taken off. Goldstein explains her beginnings as a tapestry weaver and how she got into handbag design. She then describes the demographics of her department’s diverse student body. She discusses how both the 1-year and 2-year program are feeding the accessories industry and how FIT’s millinery program has revitalized an industry thought to be dead.Goldstein, Ellen
This collection is comprised of fashion sketches made for Hattie Carnegie, Inc. from 1940 - 1955. This collection contains millinery (hats) for which some designs can be attributed to Esther A. Kleeper in 1945. The remainder of the collection is ready-to-wear dresses and suits, along with evening wear, mostly ballgowns, that were adapted from French couturiers for the American woman. The sketches have been divided into millinery, ready-to-wear, and evening wear. Many of the sketches are not dated, but based upon a survey of the collection and dates of similar physical garments made by Hattie Carnegie, Inc. it is assumed that the sketches are from the aforementioned dates.Carnegie, Hattie
This folder contains a column on millinery and color and black and white photos of hats by Patricia Underwood and Eric Javits, some with press releases attached, and black and white photocopies of photos of hats by Underwood and Javits.
This collection contains original sketches of clothing and millinery purportedly by Daché herself, as well as sketches of models from Parisian couture houses dating to the 1950s. A selection of black and white press photographs and accompanying press releases documents her millinery output between 1962 and 1966.Daché, Lilly, 1898-1989
This folder contains biographies of Lily Daché, a draft of an article written by her, and a clipping of an article by Lily Daché in the July 1955 Women's Home Companion. This folder also contains 22 black and white 8x10 photographs of hats and turbans from Lily Daché's Spring and Fall 1966 millinery collections.
This collection is comprised of materials pertraining to Norman Norell millinery designs. It contains handwritten notes that describe Halston hats. Also included are thirty-one photos of Halston hats and pen sketches of design details of hats from Spring 1965.Norell, Norman, 1900-1972
This collection, dated 1932-1979, is comprised of 10 folders of press clippings, high-quality photographs, and correspondence relating to New York milliner Robert Dudley's hat collections, as well as 2 scrapbooks containing press, correspendence and photographs related to Robert Dudley.Dudley, Robert
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."
This collection contains 7 design sheets, 1 sketch and 2 advertisements related to Yumiko Itoyama's millinery designs.Itoyama, Yumiko