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  • Research Opportunities | Fashion Institute of Technology
    you looking for historical inspiration for a design idea We have a variety of research opportunities to help you Academic Research Appointments The Museum at FIT provides FIT students and academic researchers from other institutions special access by appointment to the Museums costume collection Appointments to view textiles and accessories are temporarily unavailable due to storage renovation Online Collections The Online Collection features images and detailed information about 350 of

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  • Rights and Reproductions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    fees apply depending on the type and nature of the intended use If you are a member of the press and want to request images please contact the Office of Communications and External Relations Cheri Fein at press fitnyc edu or 212 217 4700 Image Request Instructions Make your image request via our online request form Once we receive your request every effort will be made to meet your publication deadline Please allow 4 6 weeks to process your request Following receipt and approval of your complete request we will send you an invoice The invoice must be paid in full and the Rights and Reproductions Agreement signed before photography is released to you Rights and Reproductions Fee Schedule Rights and Reproductions Agreement Print Rights and Reproductions Agreement Print World Language Rights Rights and Reproductions Agreement Commercial Rights and Reproductions Agreement Other Terms of Use Permission is granted for one time non exclusive use in one publication one edition and one language unless duly stated and approved At no time may the image s be used for advertisement The image must be reproduced in its entirety No alterations are allowed No cropping bleeding or retouching is allowed Nothing may be superimposed on the image Images for use on the internet must include a link back to the Museums website http www fitnyc edu museum If an object has not been photographed new photography may be requested Please allow at least 4 6 weeks for processing with an additional fee New photography of oversize and or fragile objects is at the discretion of the curators and conservators on staff and may require additional processing time Fees for new photography are determined on a case by case basis related to condition of object and ease of scheduling Photography credit as provided must

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  • Internships | Fashion Institute of Technology
    contemporary womens fashion but also includes menswear active sportswear and lingerie In addition to exhibitions the Costume Collection is a research resource for undergraduate and graduate students visiting scholars faculty and the design industry The Accessory Collection consists of approximately 15 000 objects that date from the mid 17th century to the present day The collection has a particularly strong emphasis on designer accessories from the second half of the 20th century Interns in the Costume and Accessories Departments will assist curatorial staff with collection management Interns might be requested to work on object based research as needed Knowledge of museum protocol and experience handling of museum objects preferably costume accessories is required Completed or ongoing coursework in fashion studies is preferred Conservation The Museums Conservation Department handles all the preservation and conservation needs of the MFIT collection including developing and maintaining a preventive conservation approach to collections maintenance The department is responsible for the proper maintenance and storage of MFITs large and diverse collection of costumes accessories and textiles The department prepares and mounts all costume and textile objects that are displayed in the Museums exhibitions including any repair and or cleaning procedures necessary to prepare the object for display The staff is also responsible for the final phases of the accessioning process which include labeling vacuuming condition reporting and the final preparation for storage of all of newly accessioned objects that enter the collection Registrars Office The Registrars Office manages legal logistical and collections management tasks pertaining to the Museum collections new acquisitions outgoing loans and incoming loans for temporary exhibitions The Registrars Office is responsible for maintaining legal documentation of the permanent collections and loans including preparation of deeds of gift loan agreements certificates of insurance and receipts The department arranges insurance coverage packing and local national

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  • Museum FAQs | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Museum The Museum at FIT currently owns approximately 50 000 garments and accessories and 30 000 textiles The Fashion Textile History Gallery is dedicated to the display of permanent collection objects The Special Exhibitions Gallery features a combination of permanent collection objects and loan objects Gallery FIT primarily exhibits loan work of FIT students and faculty Permanent collection objects are on display in the annual Graduate Student exhibition Q What is in the Museums permanent collection A The Museum s world renowned permanent collection includes clothing accessories textiles sample books and photographs Q How do I let the Museum know about my work A The Museum does not collect unsolicited fashion items except those by major designers Q How do I find out how much an object in the Museum collections is worth A The Museum does not disclose the monetary values of objects in its collections Q Can you tell me the value of a costume accessory or textile that I own A The Museum does not provide monetary appraisals To determine the value of an object you should consult a reputable appraiser or auction house Q What is the relationship of The Museum at FIT to the Fashion Institute of Technology A The Museum at FIT is a division of the college itself which is part of the State University of New York SUNY system Q How does the Museum use the information it collects about its online visitors A Please see the Museum s Privacy Policy for information about the privacy of its online visitors WEBSITE TERMS AND CONDITIONS LINKING AND PRIVACY POLICY Q May I put unaltered images and captions from the Museums website on my personal website A Yes so long as the site takes in no advertisements and no sponsors does not charge a fee for services and does not offer any product or service for sale The images must remain unaltered All of the accompanying caption information must be included without alteration and the citation should include the URL http www fitnyc edu museum Q May I print selected images or text excerpts from the Museums website for a school report A Yes if it is a personal or academic work and not for publication in any medium The images must remain unaltered All of the accompanying caption information must be included without alteration You should cite the source as you would any printed work the citation should include the URL http www fitnyc edu museum This type of use is encouraged all other forms of publication are expressly prohibited Q May I put unaltered images and captions from the Museums website on a file server or database at my school or museum A Yes but only if there is no charge for the user and if electronic distribution is of limited term to your school or museum The images must remain unaltered All of the accompanying caption information must be included without alteration and the citation should include the URL http www

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  • Links of Interest | Fashion Institute of Technology
    and Galleries Valerie Steele Director Mission Statement History of the Museum Institutional Planning AAM Accreditation Research Opportunities Rights and Reproductions Internships Museum FAQs Links of Interest Contact Us Join Our Mailing List Links of Interest Museum Publications Fashion Blogs and Sites Museum Related Links Costume Textile Collections Online Associations and Cultural Partnerships Conservation Art Museums and Galleries Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology Seventh Avenue at 27 Street New

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  • Museum Publications | Fashion Institute of Technology
    S Major Yale University Press 1999 The Corset A Cultural History by Valerie Steele Yale University Press 2003 Dance Fashion by Valerie Steele Yale University Press 2014 Daphne Guinness by Valerie Steele Yale University Press 2011 Denim Fashion s Frontier by Emma McClendon with a foreword by Fred Dennis Yale University Press 2016 Elegance in an Age of Crisis Fashions of the 1930s edited by Patricia Mears and G Bruce Boyer Yale University Press 2014 Exposed A History of Lingerie by Colleen Hill Yale University Press 2014 Fairy Tale Fashion by Colleen Hill Yale University Press 2016 Fashion Designers A Z by Valerie Steele with an introduction by Suzy Menkes TASCHEN 2012 Fashion Italian Style by Valerie Steele Yale University Press 2003 Fashion Underground The World of Susanne Bartsch by Valerie Steele and Melissa Marra Yale University Press 2015 Fifty Years of Fashion New Look to Now by Valerie Steele Yale University Press New Ed edition 2000 Gothic Dark Glamour by Valerie Steele Jennifer Park and Patricia Mears Yale University Press 2008 Received an honorable mention in the 2009 AAM Museum Publications Design Competition Isabel Toledo Fashion from the Inside Out by Valerie Steele and Patricia Mears Yale University Press 2009 Ivy Style by Patricia Mears Christopher Breward G Bruce Boyer Christian Chensvold Masafumi Monden and Peter McNeil Yale University Press 2012 Japan Fashion Now by Valerie Steele Patricia Mears Yuniya Kawamura and Hiroshi Narumi Yale University Press 2010 Madame Grès Sphinx of Fashion by Patricia Mears Yale University Press 2008 Received First Prize in the 2009 AAM Museum Publications Design Competition Paris Fashion by Valerie Steele Berg Publishers 1998 A Queer History of Fashion From the Closet to the Catwalk edited by Valerie Steele Yale University Press 2013 Winner of the 2014 Millia Davenport Publication Award from the Costume

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  • Social Media | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Social Media Page News Archive Sign up for our Newsletter For the Media Our Accounts Facebook Flickr Foursquare Instagram Pinterest Tumblr Twitter Youtube Social Media Page The Museum at FIT is active all over the web Check out what we re up to Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology Seventh Avenue at 27 Street New York City 10001 5992 Join our Mailing List 2016 Fashion Institute of Technology All

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  • Gothic: Dark Glamour | Fashion Institute of Technology
    for a wide range of cultural outsiders From its origins in 18th century gothic literature of terror to its contemporary manifestations in vampire literature and cinema the gothic has embraced the powers of horror and the erotic macabre Throughout its history fashion has been central to our vision of the gothic Victorian Mourning Dress c 1880 black silk and netting lent by Evan Michelson Photo by Irving Solero Rodarte red and black silk chiffon fall 2008 2009 USA courtesy Rodarte Photo by Dan Lecca Christian Dior John Galliano evening dress and cross necklace red coated silk black ink and metal spring 2006 France Lent by Christian Dior Paris Photo by Irving Solero Although popularly identified with black clad teenagers and rock musicians the gothic has also been an important theme in contemporary fashion said Dr Valerie Steele director of The Museum at FIT and curator of this exhibition The imagery of death and decay the power of horror and the erotic macabre are perversely attractive to many designers For example John Galliano told me that he saw the Gothic girl as edgy and cool vampy and mysterious while the most recent Rodarte collection was inspired by Japanese horror films An introductory gallery traced the development of gothic style from its origins in the eighteenth century gothic literature of terror to its contemporary manifestations in art fashion and film The Victorian cult of mourning for example was illustrated by actual mourning dresses crepe veils and momento mori jewelry A Cabinet of Curiosities featured objects such as a wax head and the death mask of a poet The vampire vignette included one of Eiko Ishiokas costumes for the film Bram Stokers Dracula A selection of photographs was also be on display Simon Costin the British artist jeweler and set designer who has

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