SFP’s Fantastic Fashion Books Will Be at ARLIS/NA

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VIVIENNE TAM’s F/W 2014 Collection, from The SFP LookBook

Schiffer Fashion Press (SFP) is thrilled to announce that it will bring a wonderful selection of its 400+ books on apparel, textile, accessories, technique, and fashion history to the 42nd Annual ARLIS/NA conference in Washington, DC. Visit SFP at table #82 to see titles like the latest SFP LookBook, an indispensable volume of runway images from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York, or see fashions from today’s emerging designers in Emerging Fashion Designers 3 and Europe: Rising Fashion Designers 2. SFP will also have examples of its great titles on fashion history, including Irene, a Designer from the Golden Age of Hollywood and Decades of Hats: 1900 to the 1970s.

In fact, if you see a specific title in the SFP catalog that you would like us to bring to the conference, just send a note to Jesse Marth at marketing@schifferbooks.com and we will make sure to pack it. See you in DC!

A new imprint of Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., SFP launched after learning that the design library at Ralph Lauren was filled with Schiffer titles, including many of its books on military uniforms. With this information and knowing that its books on vintage fashions, textile, and accessories were used by other fashion designers, enthusiasts, and educators, Schiffer decided to bring all of these titles into one imprint.

SFP’s mission is to provide inspiration, historical reference, and instruction to all areas of the fashion community. As such, SFP features a diverse selection of topics such as contemporary fashions, fashion accessories and jewelry, vintage fashions and textiles, military and aviation uniforms, and design and construction techniques.

Visit and like our facebook page to see additional looks from the F/W 2014 collections shown at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York.


Author: Schiffer Fashion Press (SFP)

Schiffer Fashion Press (SFP) features 400+ fantastic books on apparel, accessories, textile, fashion history, and technique.

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