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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.
Welcome to our annual Halloween episode. This year we’re focusing on the costume designer Eiko Ishioka in two films: Bram Stoker’s Dracula and The Cell.
In this Fashion In Focus, Dana talks about the history of the Fair Isle Sweater.
In this Fashion In Focus, Jasmine talks about the history of the San Marcos blanket. Additionally, this FIF features a Q&A with the designer Brenda Equihua the founder of the L.A. label Equihua.
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..