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Parsons School of Design Fashion Design Department audiovisual recordings ➔ Parsons School of Design Fashion Critics Awards Show, Part 2 of 2

Physical Video


Related people/organizations

Parsons School of Design. Fashion Design Department (producer)
Bob Bogen Productions (producer)
Donald Brooks (speaker)
Edith Raymond Locke (speaker)
Theresa Chiappetta (speaker)
Robert Best (guest)
Frank S. Rizzo (guest)

Date

April 23 1991

Work Type

U-Matic

Description

The final segment of a two-part video of the Parsons School of Design annual fashion show at the New York Marriott Marquis. The video begins midway through the runway show. Designer Donald Brooks presents the annual costume design showcase. The theme for this year's showcase is "Beauties and the Beast 1925," which combines fashions inspired by the Ziegfeld showgirls with students' favorite animals. Fashion editor Edith Raymond Locke introduces an AIDS memorial quilt students made from Parsons students' fabric scraps. The quilt was auctioned, with proceeds to be donated to the People With Aids Coalition (PWAC). The Gold Thimble Awards are announced. Robert Best receives Student Designer of the Year. Frank Rizzo, Chair of the Fashion Design Department, is recognized by Theresa Chiappetta, faculty at Parsons.

Inscription

Parsons 1991 Critics Awards Show Tape 2 40 min ; MASTER Audio Both Channels, Parsons 1991 Fashion Critics Awards Show Bob Bogen Productions;MASTER Parsons 1991 Fashion Critics Awards Show (718) 625-1405 ; Parsons 1991 Critics Awards Show Tape 2

Location

pav_6

Identifier

PC070205_UM025

Citation

Parsons School of Design Fashion Critics Awards Show, Part 2 of 2. April 23 1991. Parsons School of Design Fashion Design Department audiovisual recordings. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive. Web. 21 Sep 2019.

Use Restrictions

http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/


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