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French men's shoes, 1690–1700, embroidered silk and leather, from the collection of the Costume Institute.

     A way to learn all about fashion from home :)

Digitized Fashion and Textile Exhibitions :

Chicago History Museum:

- Charles James: Genius Deconstructed


Cooper Hewitt: Short and sweet, with a paragraph or two on the exhibitions on the whole, and then lots of lovely images and links to all items included in the exhibitions.

- Color Decoded: The Textiles of Richard Landis

- Embroidered and Embellished

- Paisley

- Saturated: The Allure and Science of Color

- The Road Ahead: Reimagining Mobility

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem: 

Dress Codes: Revealing the Jewish Wardrobe 

Kent State University Museum:

- (Dis)Abled Beauty

- Flapper Style

- Inside Out: Revealing Clothing's Hidden Secrets

The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Extensive exhibition websites for the Costume Institute.

-Frank Lloyd Wright Textiles: The Taliesin Line, 1955-1960

- The Pursuit of Fashion: The Sandy Scheier Collection

- Manus X Machina


Museum at FIT: They do an incredible job with online versions of their exhibitions. They have a list for all their online versions of past exhibitions, but here's a selection of some I particularly enjoyed:

- American Beauty: Aesthetics and Innovation in Fashion

- A Queer History of Fashion

- Ballerina: Fashion's Modern Muse

- The Body: Fashion and Physique

- Eleanor Lambert: Empress of Seventh Avenue

- Elegance in the Age of Crisis: Fashions of the 1930s

- Faking It: Originals, Copies, and Counterfeits

- Gothic: Dark Glamour

- Isabel Toledo: Fashion from the Inside Out

- Paris: Capital of Fashion

-Pink: The History of a Punk, Pretty, Powerful Color

- Power Mode: The Force of Fashion

- Proust’s Muse, The Countess Greffulh

- Uniformity

Portland Art Museum:

- Native Fashion Now


Seattle Art Museum:

The Silk Museum, Macclesfield, UK:

- "Found Among The Printing Blocks," at The Silk Museum in Macclesfield, UK


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