Another Product  –   Women's Fashions

Both design directions were bold and innovative, getting the attention of Newseek and Time Magazine. They were part of the "Fashion Underground" of that period, influencing many other deigners that followed.

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Claudia McNulty

"The Fashion Underground”
Newsweek, March 10,1980


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Swim Suits
New York Times Advertisement
Henri Bendel

Bias/Buy Us – Women's Fashions

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Macys advertisement

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Designers and Models:
Bez Occo, Claudia (right)
Photo: Harvey Wang, 1979

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John Hall, of Hall and Oats,<br />wearing our Tiger Print Tee-Shirt

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Nigel in "Spinal Tap" wearing our leopard print t-shirt!<br />

Design and Resurrection Furniture 1997

Adirondack Chair, cast aluminum

As seen at the Whitney Museum, NYC

Powder coat enamel finish in selected colors $2,700

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Designer: Claudia McNulty

Cast Aluminum table legs
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Designer: Claudia McNulty

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Featured in House & Garden magazine
Cast Aluminum Adirondack Chair
Resurrection Furniture 1997

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Featured in the Hudson Register Star
Cast Aluminum Adirondack Chair
Resurrection Furniture 1997

Baby Armadillo 1992 – 1997

Designer: Claudia McNulty

Children's Fashions, Infant Wear
Designer and manufacturer
All-cotton knits for newborns and toddlers.
Made in USA

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Kids Fashions magazine feature

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All-Cotton Knits, Catalogs – NYC

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Catalogs – Biobottoms. All-Cotton Animal Prints

 

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Catalogs – Japan. All-Cotton Knits

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Hallmark Card. They used our outfit!

 

 
Victoria Magazine
Favorite Card Designs

Baby Armadillo
September, 1996

"When Claudia McNulty's son was born so was her interest in designing infantwear. Today she and her husband, Anthony Rago, sell their line of hand-sewn cotton knits for infants out of their home in rural New York, to customers in U.S. and Japan."

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