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Everyone from Gucci to Louis Vuitton is betting big on digital fashion. Here's why they should proceed with caution

Fast Company

May 2021

Is digital fashion really as socially conscious as it's made out to be? As co-founders of Fashion Forward​, Sara Emilia Bernat and I discuss issues such as starvation wages, LGBTQIA+ consumers, representation and inclusion in this think piece for Fast Company.

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What is Cheugy? An Aesthetic Explained

The Psychology of Fashion

July 2021

Cheugy took social media by storm this year, but what does it mean, besides just being 'unfashionable'? I talk about chevron print, skinny jeans, #girlboss and sentimental value in this article for The Psychology of Fashion

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The Color Psychology Behind Amanda Gorman’s Prada Inauguration Outfit

The Psychology of Fashion

January 2021

Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman wore a bright yellow coat and red headband to read her poem, "The Hill We Climb," to a national audience on President Joe Biden's inauguration day. I analyze her color choices, and how they relate to her poem and its message, in this piece for The Psychology of Fashion. 

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Reflections and Observations on the QUARANTINE S/S20 Archive

The Fashion Studies Journal

November 2021

Anna Zsófia Kormos and I share our insights on the inspiration, creation, and use of our QUARANTINE S/S20 archive, which we conceived as a direct result of the Covid19 pandemic. 

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Why Nostalgia is Used to Rebuild a Sense of Industry Control

The Psychology of Fashion

October 2020

In this article on the Dior A/W '20 and Moschino S/S '21 collection presentations, I examine Maria Grazia Chiuri's and Jeremy Scott's use of dolls as a historical reference to the 1945 Theatre de la Mode. As a result of the Covid19 pandemic, Chiuri and Scott both felt the need to re-establish control, and rebuild the badly damaged fashion industry. They turned to nostalgia, a "palliative to dampen sadness," because of its significant psychological payoff, producing what I call a "longer-term, poignant impression that we will experience for several seasons to come."

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Tamás Király: Hungary's King of Fashion


January 2020

Doris Domoszlai-Lantner and Petra Egri

Co-written with my colleague, the essay "Tamás Király: Hungary's

King of Fashion," is the only English-language publication on the

avant garde designer whose decades-long career was characterized

by highly sculptural pieces, many of which were made from household objects. 

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Fashioning a Soviet Narrative: Jean Paul Gaultier's Russian Constructivist Collection, 1986

Engaging with Fashion: Perspectives on Communication, Education and Business

Brill Publishers, 2018

(In digital and print)

My essay, “Fashioning a Soviet Narrative: Jean Paul Gaultier’s Russian Constructivist Collection, 1986,” was published in the book Engaging with Fashion: Perspectives on Communication, Education and Business (Brill Publishers, 2018). The book is the result of the successful interdisciplinary conference, “Fashion: Exploring Critical Issues,” at Oxford University in September 2016. It was edited by Dr. Natalie C. McCreesh, Senior Lecturer and MA course leader in Fashion Management and Communication at Sheffield Hallam University, and Dr. Federica Carlotto, Senior Lecturer at Regent’s University London.

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Appropriation and Legacy: A Recent History of Vetements

Fashion Studies Journal

February 2018

My study on Demna Gvasalia’s Vetements, “Appropriation and Legacy: A Recent History of Vetements,” was published as part of The Fashion Studies Journal’s Industry Issue, February 2018. In it, I discuss the brand’s quick rise to fame, and the ways in which they are simultaneously “disrupting” the industry while upholding some of its long-standing traditions.

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