Pockets in Womenswear; utility or decoration?

Katharine Pinney
Fashion Design (School of Art and Design)

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Pockets in Womenswear; utility or decoration?
Contributor Names
Pinney, Katharine (Creator, Designer)
Haddad, Charles (Instructor)
The blouse is cotton twill with a bateau neckline and exaggerated sleeve detail with hand appliquéd silk faille pockets with invisible zippers. The skirt is 100% cotton coutil, traditionally used for corsetry, with stitched on red grosgrain ribbon.
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Evening dresses (garments)
Fashion design
Blouse: Cotton twill, silk faille
Skirt: Cotton coutil, silk grosgrain ribbon
Program/Course Information
Program/Degree: Fashion Design AAS
Course: FD227 Design Studio IV: Advanced Draping
Academic Semester: Fall 2023
Professor: Charles Haddad
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FIT Repository ID: fd-aas_2023F_0019


Pinney, K. (2023). Pockets in Womenswear; utility or decoration?. FIT Institutional Repository. https://institutionalrepository.fitnyc.edu/item/137668
Pinney, Katharine. Pockets in Womenswear; Utility or Decoration?. 2023. FIT Digital Repository, https://institutionalrepository.fitnyc.edu/item/137668
Pinney, Katharine. "Pockets in Womenswear; Utility or Decoration?." FIT Digital Repository, 2023. https://institutionalrepository.fitnyc.edu/item/137668