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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.
Joy sits down with curator Kristen Stewart to talk about the Valentine Museum’s latest exhibition Pretty Powerful: Fashion and Virginia Women.
Dr. Tameka Ellington talks to Joy and Jasmine about her research on black hair and an upcoming exhibition at Kent State University.
Hello and welcome to another episode of Unravel, the spy podcast that occasionally focuses on fashion. Today’s topic for our super-secret counter-intelligent spy podcast is The Avengers!
Joy and Jasmine talk to Dr. Tameka Ellington about (dis)ABLED BEAUTY: the evolution of beauty, disability, and ability exhibition that she co-curated with Dr. Stacey Lim.
In this episode, Jasmine talks to Irina Souchtchenko the founder of the Slavic Folk Museum, which houses the largest private collection of Slavic costume, textiles and art in the United States.
In this FIF Jasmine discusses the history of the muff.
Joy sits down to talk with Kristen E. Stewart, the Nathalie L. Klaus Curator of Costume and Textiles, about the history of the The Valentine Museum in Richmond, VA.
Dana interviews Algonquin/Ojibwe photographer & filmmaker Lindsay Sarazin a.k.a @epicnativedude about his personal style and how expresses his Native identity through his clothing.
In this FIF Joy reveals the brief history of Claire McCardell’s Monastic Dress.