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On August 28, Joy and Jasmine were cordially invited to the C3 ARTS RADIO studio at City College by the gracious hosts Phillip Harvey and Winston Brewington.
Joy reviews the Rizzoli publication Charles James: Portrait of an Unreasonable Man: Fame, Fashion, Art by Michèle Gerber Klein..
This is the Unravel Minisode series “Fashion in Focus” where we tell you the brief history of a garment, accessory or textile. In this FIF Dana focuses on the infamous miniskirt.
In light of Serena William's catsuit being banned at French Open, Joy and Jasmine were inspired to have a roundtable and discuss the curves, catsuits and the policing of black women's and women's bodies in fashion.
Jasmine talks to avant-garde academic Theo Tyson about her presentation at the Progressive Connexions: Fashion & Photography Conference in Palermo focusing on her exhibit performing fashion: senseless acts of gender.
In this episode, Joy sits down with John-Michael O'Sullivan to talk about the life of fashion model Barbara Mullen, the modeling industry and post-war fashion.
This the Unravel minisode series “Fashion in Focus” where we tell you the brief history of a garment, accessory, or textile. In this FIF, Jasmine talks about the brief history of the jumpsuit.
Hello #fashionnerds! We are back from our break with all new episodes for you. We are so excited to start this comeback with Dana's fascinating interview with Eunji Choi. They talk about Eunji's M.S. thesis entitled "Korean Fashion Media Beauty Ideals & Colorism.”
Dana, Jasmine and Joy come together in this episode to talk about two exhibitions that are currently at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination and Golden Kingdoms Luxury & Legacy in the Ancient Americas.
We have a special Fashion in Focus for you today! In this episode we talk to Brooklyn Decker and Whitney Casey, the founders of Finery - an app where your wardrobe meets the internet to help you get organized. Before that Joy takes us on journey through the history of wardrobes and closets.