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Students have the opportunity to work with our Curator, Professor Lopez-Gydosh in the Collection.
The Fashion and Textile Collection collaborates with professors and students at the University of Delaware. Objects from the Collection provide opportunities for design inspiration, research, and preservation training.
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"Second Skin" Exhibition at the Chemical Heritage Foundation
The Fashion and Textile Collection collaborated with the Chemical Heritage Foundation, for an exhibit entitled "Second Skin, The Science of Stretch." The exhibit explores the history and science behind the innovation of materials to help make the wearer look better, feel better, and athletes perform better with products that stretch. Garments from the Fashion and Textile Collection were selected to show the evolution of stretch in such categories as legwear, swimwear and intimate apparel. Dilia López-Gydosh, curator of the FTC said that "The pieces selected for the exhibit reflect how innovation in fibers and fabrics were interpreted in the trends over the past century".