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Welcome to the third episode of the Unravel 2019 Costume Society of America Series. Joy talks to Laura Beltran-Rubio a Ph.D. student in American Studies at the College of William and Mary. Laura discusses the dress in the paintings of Vicente Albán in colonial Ecuador and so much more.
Welcome to the second episode of the Unravel 2019 Costume Society of America Series. In this episode, Joy talks to Nancy Deihl, Director of the Costume Studies MA Program. They discuss diversity and inclusion within fashion studies, academia and within The Costume Society of America.
Welcome to the first episode of the Unravel 2019 Costume Society of America Series. In this episode Joy talks to Abby Lillethun of Montclair University about De-Colonizing Fashion History Education.
n this episode we are unpacking fashion used in rebrands with two entities as a case study. We are, of course, talking about Kanye West and Walmart.
Dana and Joy hit the west coast to go to the 2019 Costume Society of America Annual Meeting and Symposium in Seattle, Washington. Unravel has partnered with CSA for this series.
Jasmine gives her grandma a call to learn more about how her great grandmothers interest and work in dress making, sewing and entrepreneurship in Mexico.
Dana, Jasmine and Joy come together to talk about fashion waste. In this episode, they define fashion waste, trace a timeline and reveal current statistics.
Dana, Jasmine, and Joy come together to give their read on the fall 2019 fashion weeks in New York, London, Milan and Paris.
In part one & two of this Roundtable, Joy, Dana and Jasmine discuss minimalism in fashion. They talk about the history of minimalism the minimalist lifestyle and how applies to fashion and clothing .
Dyese Matthews, an AMD graduate student at Iowa State University, talks to Dana about her research and analysis of the intersection between Black Lives Matter and fashion, as well as her future exhibition.