Fashion Culture: Fashion in European Art

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Fashion Culture: Fashion in European Art
Contributor Names
Young, Justine de
Steele, Valerie
FIT Assistant Professor Justine De Young discussed her new book, Fashion in European Art, with MFIT director Valerie Steele. Illustrated with a lavish array of images, their conversation covered topics such as fashion, art, and politics; the controversy surrounding mannequins and monkeys; and sexual identity in men's portraiture.
The Museum at FIT (MFIT) is the only museum dedicated exclusively to the art of fashion in New York City.
Moving Image
Fashion in art
Clothing and dress in art
Art, European
Themes, motives
Clothing and dress
Social aspects
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Fashion Institute of Technology. (2018, March 7). Fashion Culture: Fashion in European Art [Video]. Archive on Demand.
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