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Houston Community College Library resources for Fashion Merchandising.
Text and image content focusing on world dress and fashion across cultures and throughout history. The product contains major reference works, eBooks, online exclusive articles, educational resources, and extensive image content from prestigious museum partners from around the world.
WGSN is the World's Global Style Network and industry leader for trend content and creative workflow tools. Our services are available via online subscription to our suite of products or bespoke consulting solutions. WGSN services must only be used for business and/or professional reasons. When you first access WGSN, you will need to create a personal login using your HCC email address.
Women's Wear Daily is a fashion-industry trade journal and a leading resource for the fashion industry. WWD delivers information and intelligence on changing trends and breaking news in the men and women's fashion, beauty and retail industries with a readership composed largely of retailers, designers, manufacturers, marketers, financiers, media executives, advertising agencies, socialites and trend makers. (Wikipedia)
The Fashion Archive at Houston Community College consists of approximately 506 digitized items from a 7,000+ piece physical collection that goes back to the 1740's including historical and contemporary garments, shoes, hats, bags, and other apparel accessories. The archive includes 3 collections (Historical, Traditional Costume and Alumni) emphasizing many locally based designers and couture pieces donated by Texas socialites.
The Business of Fashion is a trade publication resource valuable for professionals, creatives, entrepreneurs in the fashion industry. This media company offers resources for career building, business trends, and industry analysis.
The Fashion and Race Database was established as a space to amplify the voices of those who have been racialized (and thus marginalized) in fashion, to illuminate under-examined histories, and to address racism throughout the fashion system.