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FIT Bannerstone Project
The FIT Bannerstone Project (FBP) is a collection of images, metadata, and descriptions of bannerstones that were made by nomadic people east of the Mississippi between 6,000 BCE and 1,000 BCE. The purpose of the FBP is to establish a shared language and ways of representing, seeing, and interpreting these carved stones from the first people of North America.
Images may be downloaded and used freely for teaching and personal use. Include the credit line “© Anna Blume, 2020, Courtesy of the Division of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History” along with the object’s Catalog Number. Publishing of images is permitted with additional permission from the AMNH. For publishing questions, contact anthro[at]amnh[dot]org
Library Designer Files
A growing digital image collection from the FIT Library Designer Files, a unique collection of images clipped from fashion magazines over the years.
Library Special Collections
Selected images digitized from materials housed in FIT Library Special Collections. This collection features: over 4,000 fashion drawings/sketches produced by André Fashion Studio between 1930 and 1941; 400 sketches of garment designs available at Bergdorf Goodman Custom Salon from 1950-1969; illustrations by prominent 20th century artists in the Frances Neady Collection of Original Fashion Illustrations; selected sketches of Halston's hats, from his days as a millinery designer for Bergdorf Goodman's and from his own studio; over 600 photographs from Helena Rubinstein Foundation, including images of the laboratories, salons, apartments, and modern art collections of Helena Rubinstein; 300 shoe designs created for the footwear companies of Jerry Miller, and 200 sketches of childrenswear designs from Joseph Love, Inc., and more.
FIT College Archives
Selected images of materials in FIT College Archives.
Library Historical Forecasts & Trend Reports
The FIT Library's collection of forecasts and trend reports spans from the late nineteenth century through the present. The collection covers color, womenswear, menswear, childrenswear, accessories, interiors, and more. Materials are available for current FIT students and personnel, as well as outside researchers. For more information visit our website at: http://fitnyc.libguides.com/forecastcollection.
Library Exhibits & Displays
Selected images from the FIT Library Exhibits & Displays committee.
Hue Magazine Archives
A collection of the current and past issues of the FIT magazine, Hue. Hue is the award-winning magazine for the FIT community, alumni, and friends. It debuted in 2007 and is published three times a year by the Division of Communications and External Relations.
© Fashion Institute of Technology. PDFs may be downloaded and used freely for teaching and personal use. Publishing of individual photographs and illustrations may be permitted with permission from Hue magazine. For publishing questions, contact hue[at]fitnyc[dot]edu