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Abstract Floral Print Dress with Matching Scarf,1960s. Gift of Bob and Mae Carter. 2012.093.
Curated by Sequoia D. Barnes (M.S., Fashion Studies '15) with contributions from Dilia López-Gydosh (Curator of the Collection)
"The Way We Wore" is a digital exhibition launched in August 2015. It features garments from the last seventy years accompanied by conversations with their owners or those close to them. The memories they shared showcase the significance of dress to individual identity and human culture as a whole.
The digital exhibition inspired a physical version with the same title, which featured select garments and excerpts from the conversations.
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Sears Swimsuit, 1960s. Gift of Dilia López-Gydosh2014.010AB.
Curated by Sequoia D. Barnes (M.S., Fashion Studies '15) with contributions from Dilia López-Gydosh (Curator of the Collection) and Belinda Orzada (Professor, Fashion and Apparel Studies)
Inspired by the Collection's "Let's Swim[wear] through Time" exhibition, this digital exhibition explores the progression of swimwear styles throughout history via print media, video clips, and artifacts from the HCTC. It features the evolution of swimwear, emphasizing its consistent purpose of balancing modesty and utility.
Bonnie Cashin Mohair Suit, 1970. Gift of Philip Sills Co.
Curated by Sequoia D. Barnes (M.S., Fashion Studies '15)
Nomadic Woman is a digital exhibition highlighting Bonnie Cashin's design aesthetic and some of her innovative contributions to the fashion industry. It features garments and sketches from the Collection's Bonnie Cashin collection.