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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 reveals the brief history of the sandal.
Kenya Miles is one of the lead farmers of a dye farm in Baltimore, MD. Joy talks with her about her entrance into farming and dyeing and what she has learned.
Joy and Dana sit down with QueerIndigena, AcademicActivist, Regan de Loggans to chat about their presentation "Selling Headdresses to Hipsters" at the CSA Symposium.
Gala Mukomolova & Rose Blakelock from Big Dyke Energy join Jasmine and dive deep into the world and costuming of The L Word. Why are Bette’s lapels so big? How does Jenny’s wardrobe reflect her chaotic story arch? Shane, can you pick up you pants? JK, lol! Listen in to get our exclusive analysis.
Welcome to the 2019 CSA Series. Joy talks to fellow CSA mid-Atlantic Region board member Demi Eluwawalage to discuss her presentation "Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison Attire."
#FashionnerdAlert! We bring you an episode from our exclusive Patreon series Unravel, After Dark!
Unravel, After Dark is a series revealing the relationship between fashion and sex and is only available to our Patreon donors. In this episode we talk about the the notorious 1995 film Showgirls.
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.