Category Archives: Conference

CRISIS AS CATALYST IN SYSTEMS OF DRESS- More selected abstracts

Below is another glimpse into the kind of papers that will be presented this coming Saturday May 7th at The Annual Research Symposium of the Fashion and Textiles: History, Theory, Museum Practice Program at FIT’s School of Graduate Studies. NEW WOMEN, NEW … Continue reading

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CRISIS AS CATALYST IN SYSTEMS OF DRESS- Selected abstracts

Following are some of the fascinating papers which will be presented this coming Saturday May 7th at The Annual Research Symposium of the Fashion and Textiles: History, Theory, Museum Practice Program at FIT’s School of Graduate Studies. CONSTRUCTING A SOVIET NARRATIVE: … Continue reading

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The Annual Research Symposium- Crisis as Catalyst in Systems of Dress

Crisis as Catalyst in Systems of Dress Please join the students of the Fashion and Textiles: History, Theory, Museum Practice Program at FIT’s School of Graduate Studies for their  Annual Research Symposium this coming Saturday May 7th.   Fashion’s ability to mirror society is … Continue reading

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Women in Magazines Conference

I am presenting my paper on the reign of the lingerie dress at the conference ‘Women in Magazines: Research, Representation, Production and Consumption,’ in London this June. Please come and if you are around!

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Fashioning DIY & Craft Revivalism- Panel Discussion

Tuesday, May 1st from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm Theresa Lang Student Center 55 W 13th Street, 2nd Floor New York NY 10011 This afternoon panel will discuss the role of DIY and craft movements in international contexts, focusing on … Continue reading

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EVENT: Vintage: Value, Values and Enduring Design

The 12th Annual New York Fashion Conference Thursday-Saturday, December 2-4, 2010 What do we value in fashion and design? The rare? The classic? Or, the new? Do we value that which is eco-sensitive or the beautiful-but-scarce? Do we value a … Continue reading

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