Worn Fashion Journal #14

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An independent Canadian fashion publication dealing with the ideas and concepts from a cultural, historical, political and personal perspective.

Worn #14

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In this issue:
  • Huipil Chase: How textile collector Donna Stewart went to Guatemala and came away with history.
  • Dressed for a Fight: Two wornettes face off on the sensitive subject of altering vintage.
  • Let’s Hear it For the Girls: A glossary of bras that’s guaranteed to boost more than morale.
  • Home Ec is Where the Heart is: From personal finance to post-feminism, a look at what happens when DIY gets academic.
  • Dress Blues: Taking a look at men’s suits and uncovering the army in your closet.
  • Fifteen Years of Tulle: An interview, an art project, and a timeline reveal why the tutu is too, too tempting.
  • Everything I Know About Fashion: The argument for ageing forcefully.
  • Books About Looks: Cecil’s pictures, Coco’s politics, and more reviews from the typing pool.
  • Material Girl: Some very good reasons to cotton on to Chambray.
  • Knowitall: A Jantzen sun suit that’s got it made in the shade.
  • Cut and Print: Do you know if Ed Wood would?
  • Additional Information

    Author Serah-Maria McMahon (editor)
    Publisher self-published
    Page Count 48pp
    Publication Size 8.5 x 11
    Publication Notes saddle-stitched, color & b/w
    Publication Date Summer 2012
    ISBN 000-0000000000

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