Fashion Projects #3: Table of Contents

Table of Contents

00— Editorial Letter

01— Fashion as Expanded Practice: An Interview with Shelley Fox
by Francesca Granata

02— Experiments in Fashion Curation: An Interview with Judith Clark
by Sarah Scaturro

03— Televisual Memories: An Interview with Eugenia Yu
by Erin Lindstrom

04— Reflections on Absence Photo Essay: Cooper-Hewitt Textiles Collections
Written by Sarah Scaturro; Photographed by Keith Price

05— American Industrial Past: Ohio Knitting Mills
by Lisa Santandrea

06— Ready Made Memories: Erica Weiner’s Jewelry
by Francesca Granata

07— Imprints of the Body: An Interview with Tanya Marcuse
by Tamsen Schwartzman

Posted in From the Magazine, Issue #3


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