When and why did clothes become such a powerful way of maintaining a sense of who we are, where want to be and how we classify others?
Mark Alizart’s Pop Théologie: how Protestantism gave birth to sports, pop culture and fashion.
Exploring fashion through the prism of philosophy at Thoughts & Fabric’s first edition of Fashion & Philosophy in Amsterdam.
Where would ‘womanity’ have been, had Coco Chanel not released us from the tyranny of corsetry a hundred years ago?
From Zarathustra’s heavenly tree that shaped the Iranian identity, to the most popular textile pattern in fashion.
For centuries, Craftsmanship has told the story of empires, regions and civilisations, as a vehicle of both unity and identity.
Daniel Mirzapour: When Persian esthétique and heritage melt with Western codes of design.