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Posts tagged "fashion history"
The Ones that Bridge the Gap: Unisex Pants The Ones that Bridge the Gap: Unisex Pants

The Ones that Bridge the Gap: Unisex Pants

by Ryan Wallace Katherine Hepburn making a statement with high-waisted trousers, circa 1935 Although being a staple for both sexes in contemporary culture, the simple pant in all of its variations was once a very masculine piece. Traditionally only worn by men, with the exception of the Amazonian women of ancient Greek mythology, The Bloomer read
Accessorizing and Homogenizing the World Accessorizing and Homogenizing the World

Accessorizing and Homogenizing the World

by Ryan Wallace From pre-biblical times to the runways of Paris, accessories have been a part of human fashion and culture for millennia. The help define an outfit, and they may be your favorite pieces, but for the most part they didn’t arise for fashion, but rather for functionality. They had a purpose that they read
Stockholm, where Fashion is culture Stockholm, where Fashion is culture

Stockholm, where Fashion is culture

by Fabio Chiarini When thinking about fashion cities, names such as Paris, London, New York and Milan come to mind. However in Stockholm, fashion is more than a new tendency; it’s part of the culture and Swedish history. The new exhibition Modemakt/Power of Fashion at Nordiska Museet, takes on a Swedish fashion journey across three key read