Tag Archives: 1920s fashion

Research Resource: GALLICA

Gallica is an invaluable online resource with an abundance of digitized French media, including fashion magazines such as Femina and Les Modes. Most material is keyword searchable, making it incredibly easy to locate information on your favorite designer or fashion … Continue reading

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Clara Bow: The Rise and Fall of the Fashionable Flapper

It’s happening tomorrow! Join us for Modes of Modernity, a symposium held by the  Fashion and Textiles Studies program at FIT. Here is another example of the kind of research students will share. We know you don’t want to miss it. Come … Continue reading

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Fashionista Friday – Madeleine Vionnet’s Roses

Every once in a while, the influence of a particular designer seems to permeate the fashion industry all at once. These days, it seems like everything is coming up roses—Vionnet roses, that is. Madeleine Vionnet (1876-1975) was a pioneer couturiere … Continue reading

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