Author Archives: Sarah McCullough

Polka-dot Headliner

At the top of this blog are polka-dots. Well-worn polka dots on a pair of racing spandex tights. These tights are well-worn, well-used, and well-loved. Their stitches tell a story of rip and repair, rip and repair, rip. Threads give … Continue reading

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Fashioning Theory

I prefer to think of fashion as a verb. For me, fashioning is an act of manipulation, and the art of “making do.” To study fashion is to study the intersection of materiality and subjectivity. It is the making of … Continue reading

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Weaving things together

We have begun! This is a site to bring fashion research in the academy to a larger audience, and to facilitate discussion in an online forum.

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