John Galliano

John Galliano at Metropolitan Museum, 1996, photo by Nan Turner

“I’m a cork on the ocean
Floating over the raging sea
How deep is the ocean?
How deep is the ocean?
I lost my way”

                               Brian Wilson

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About Nan Turner

Nan Turner a lecturere at UC Davis and Sacramento State. She earned her Masters Degree student in Textiles and Clothing in 2011. Nan earned her BS in Design from UC Davis, then studied Fashion Design at Parson School of Design in New York City. Nan career has included working as an assistant designer in the Haute Couture in Paris, a Career and Casual sportswear designer for Liz Claiborne and Federated Department Stores in New York City and a Technical Designer for A&F in Columbus, Ohio. Most recently, she worked with Charles Kleibacker on his exhibit at the Columbus Museum of Art, “Class Act”, and at Ohio State as a volunteer in the Historic Costume Collection. Her interests include fashion history and WWII, sustainability, woman's relationships with their wardrobes, teaching and Mad Men. She is a member of the Costume Society of America.
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