This post was published with permission from Oscar de la Renta.
We are very excited to share a recent feature Women’s Wear Daily published on the Oscar de la Renta archive at UOVO. UOVO is thrilled to provide a space in which the Oscar de la Renta team can preserve the brand’s “heritage, legacy, and history” and we are grateful to Oscar de la Renta CEO Alex Bolen and archivist Marianna Sheridan for opening up the archive for this shoot.
UOVO is proud to provide a storage solution for the fashion community that is secure and accessible: a space where fragile articles can be safely preserved for generations to come and where today’s designers can come to reflect on the rich traditions of the brands they carry forward into the future.
We’re pleased to highlight some behind-the-scenes photos from the shoot, which took place in our viewing rooms and inside Oscar de la Renta’s private unit.
Photographer Nicholas Calcott shoots UOVO Art Handler Dan Weiner as he arranges a 1965 piece from the Oscar de la Renta for Jane Derby Collection
UOVO Account Manager Taylor Burton prepares articles for delivery by courier to the Oscar de la Renta's Manhattan Office
Discovering treasures deep within the archive
Getting the perfect angle
Gowns on gowns on gowns - and Nicholas
More photos can be found at WWD.com’s gallery here.