Category Archives: museums

Read Threads: Fashion sources for 14th century Europe

  Hi, all! Welcome to a new series. My passion is fashion history before 1700, so I thought it would be fun to write a series on both good and bad fashion history sources. These posts expand upon the FIT … Continue reading

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Textiles in Transit

Hi, all, I just found this cool article about the fabrics used in the London Underground. NYC uses all hard plastic surfaces and has for decades. But what if we did use fabrics for the subway seat cushions? What would … Continue reading

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Word-Worthy Women

Hi, everyone! It’s been a busy week here in the library. Everyone has been working hard before a long holiday weekend. We hope you have a great long weekend! Here’s an old V&I post to in case you missed it: … Continue reading

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