• Beth Dincuff

    Part-time Assistant Professor


    As acting curator of the Parsons Fashion Archive, Ms. Dincuff is currently organizing," Sophie of Saks: Sophie Gimbel and the Salon Moderne" an online exhibition and catalogue. Formerly the manager of the Calvin Klein Archives, she maintained a garment archive that served as a creative catalyst for designers from every division of the company. Working with Mr. Klein and the company's creative directors she created an image database to facilitate designer research, as well as to record Calvin Klein's design legacy. As Research Associate, at the Costume Institute, Dincuff worked with many well-known fashion designers, costumers and writers, and contributed to the exhibitions Dangerous Liaisons, Goddess and Chanel. She regularly contributes to scholarly publications including the online Grove Dictionary of Art and The Timeline of Art History. Her education includes a BFA in Film from New York University and an MA in Museum Studies: Costume and Textiles from The Fashion Institute of Technology.

    Research Interests:

    curatorial practice,design history,fashion history,fashion studies,film

    Current Courses:

    Fashion History: Couture

    Fashion History: Survey

    Worth to Westwood:Fashion Hist (Open Campus)

    Fashion History:19th-21st C. (Open Campus)