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Fashioning African Textiles

This week’s reading list highlights five sources from our Library that explore the complex relationship between textiles and the cultures of the African diaspora.

Moda latinoamericana

Esta lista de lectura reúne algunos ejemplos del trabajo de estudios de moda que se ha gestado desde latinoamérica, creado originalmente en español y portugués. // This reading list features the work of Latin American fashion scholars in both Spanish and Portuguese, from the study of Black fashion as cultural heritage in Brazil, to an examination of the relationship between fashion and modernity in the Americas.

Fashioning African Textiles

This week’s reading list highlights five sources from our Library that explore the complex relationship between textiles and the cultures of the African diaspora.

Fashioning Black Dandyism

While some mainstream histories attribute dandyism to white men in the 19th century, there is a much broader reality of Black people (including women and femmes) who have also employed this philosophy and lifestyle of dress, thought, and comportment in their own lives, both historically and within the contemporary moment.

Moda latinoamericana

Esta lista de lectura reúne algunos ejemplos del trabajo de estudios de moda que se ha gestado desde latinoamérica, creado originalmente en español y portugués. // This reading list features the work of Latin American fashion scholars in both Spanish and Portuguese, from the study of Black fashion as cultural heritage in Brazil, to an examination of the relationship between fashion and modernity in the Americas.

Moda latinoamericana

Esta lista de lectura reúne algunos ejemplos del trabajo de estudios de moda que se ha gestado desde latinoamérica, creado originalmente en español y portugués. // This reading list features the work of Latin American fashion scholars in both Spanish and Portuguese, from the study of Black fashion as cultural heritage in Brazil, to an examination of the relationship between fashion and modernity in the Americas.

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