Making Fun of Fashion: Subjective and Non-Comprehensive Thoughts on the 1990s, Irony, and Deliberately Ugly Street Style

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About saratatyana

Sara T. Bernstein, Ph.D. has been writing about and teaching media, cultural and fashion studies for over a decade. She's served as a contributor and reviews editor for the Fashion, Style and Popular Culture Journal, contributed to Critical Studies in Fashion and Beauty and published essays on subjects ranging from fashion in the work of Charlotte Bronte, to the meaning of luxury, to feminist pedagogy. She teaches visual culture, media, and fashion studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art.
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4 Responses to Making Fun of Fashion: Subjective and Non-Comprehensive Thoughts on the 1990s, Irony, and Deliberately Ugly Street Style

  1. adornolesplumes says:

    Love this article SO SO much. Between 1993 and 1999, if my momma gasped “it looks like a slip!” I was 95% more likely to attempt purchase. As a potential consequence, I do not own actual slips.

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