What happens to flower beadwork when its application is transformed from traditional clothing decoration, to painting on the wall, and back to embroidery on high-end Fashion garments? What happens to Native women, when their bodies are lost, violated... Read Article »
American life in the early twentieth century was marked by a culmination of changes that had been brewing since the end of the Civil War. One of the areas of everyday life that saw a major shift was women's Fashion: the Fashions of the 1920s made... Read Article »
In 1487, Laura Cereta wrote a letter in which she railed against women who “strive by means of exquisite artistry to seem more beautiful that the Author of their beauty decreed.” Cereta represents a voice uncommon among women of her... Read Article »
Heroin chic emerged in the 1990s as a high class Fashion trend which appropriated visual imagery of heroin junkies and their environment into Fashion photography. Eventually condemned as an immoral glorification of drug use with the potential to... Read Article »
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