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What Color Was That?

Ever had trouble describing a color to someone? There are tools designed to help you convey that information to another designer;  or dyer, or graphic artist, or painter, or weaver, and on and on and on.  They’re a lot like … Continue reading

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Magazine of the Week

This week we have an oldie but a goodie.  From the streets of Manhattan, here is the downtown magazine that introduced Bill Cunningham to the fashionista world.  The library has a complete run of this title. Although it was converted … Continue reading

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Transition lights

This great layout from Vogue magazine from February 15, 1934 allows me to highlight some super things about our collections here at the FIT Library. The Gladys Marcus Library specializes in feeding the designer’s mind.  We focus most on clothing … Continue reading

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