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Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade – by Carolyne Van Den Hoogen

Artists like Degas captured the spirit of the time, including a focus on fashion and style. It’s one way we know that hats were a major cultural influence back then.

Joseph Rosenfeld2018-09-07T18:49:11-04:00Categories: Internship Musings|Tags: Carolyne Van Den Hoogen, designer fashion, Eduard Degas, FAMSF, Legion of Honor, pop culture, san jose silicon valley personal style expert, women's fashion|Comments Off on Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade – by Carolyne Van Den Hoogen

Equalizing Fashion in an Age of Technology

The exhibit demonstrates and details how equalizing fashion in an age of technology is impacting tailoring and dressmaking; embroidery; featherwork; lacework; leatherwork; pleating; and toiles.

Joseph Rosenfeld2019-05-07T00:19:50-04:00Categories: Best Life Dressing, Travelogue|Tags: designer fashion, Manus x Machina, Metropolitan Museum of Art, pop culture, san jose silicon valley personal style expert|Comments Off on Equalizing Fashion in an Age of Technology