I read about this report in California Apparel News. Does anyone know how I can get a copy of the full report?
““The Los Angeles–Area Fashion Industry Profile”—prepared by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp., released by the California Fashion Association and sponsored by CIT—includes an assessment of the industry’s challenges and opportunities.” (Nieder, Alison. “CFA, CIT: Industry Issues Discussed at Industry Meeting with Mayor – Fashion Manufacturing News | California Apparel News | LA Fashion.” LA Fashion | California Apparel Industry | Fashion News . N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Nov. 2011. <http://www.apparelnews.net/news/manufacturing/111011-CFA-CIT-Industry-Issues-Discussed-at-Industry-Meeting-with-Mayor/page2>. )
Leslie Preston, Assistant Prof. & Head of Acquisitions of the Fashion Institute of Technology Library, has asked me to share news of this wonderful new exhibition…
Incomparable Women of Style: Selections from the Rose Hartman Photography Archives, 1977 – 2011
This exhibition of black-and-white and color photographs by Rose Hartman, will be on
view November 4, 2011 through January 20, 2012. It is the first, large-scale
installation on view at FIT’s Gladys Marcus Library, Seventh Avenue and W. 27th
Photographer Rose Hartman has been chronicling iconic moments in fashion, style,
and culture for more than 30 years, within exclusive New York City nightlife
venues, fashion shows, parties, clubs, and openings. From Studio 54 to the Mudd
Club to Chelsea art galleries today, Hartman’s career has yielded a treasure
trove of material that portrays incomparable women of high fashion, street
style, and New York City society through the eye of a social documentarian.
For more information, please see the exhibition website.