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View Resource Fashion Design & Merchandising Resources Online

For fashion design students, it may be hard to determine which online resources will be the most useful as they prepare for a career in the field. The librarians at Kent State University's fashion library have created a tremendous resource for those individuals, and the results of their hard work can be found here. Here visitors will find a topical list of annotated resources organized into a...
View Resource Los Angeles Public Library: Fashion Plates

Fashionable sorts will appreciate this collection of historical fashion plates offered up by the Los Angeles Public Library. The collection includes over 6,200 hand-colored, finely detailed fashion illustrations produced between 1780 and 1880 for British and American fashion magazines. Visitors to the site can browse through the fashions of the time, and the entire collection is a rather...
View Resource Worth & Mainbocher

This remarkable collection was created by the Museum of the City of New York to celebrate the fashion design masters Charles Frederick Worth and Mainbocher (Main Rousseau Bocher). Worth was an Englishman who founded a Parisian atelier and Chicago-born Mainbocher did much of his work in Paris as well. The funding for the exhibition came from The Coby Foundation and it explores the work of these two...