Co-created by Doris Domoszlai-Lantner and Anna Zsófia Kormos, QUARANTINE S/S20 is a digital archive of sartorial stories from the Covid19 pandemic. 

In response to our open call for contributions, the project has received submissions from individuals in over 20 countries, demonstrating the varied responses and approaches people have taken to clothing during this liminal period. The submissions we’ve received demonstrate that clothing can be used to perform and reinforce identity, create new sartorial actions and rituals in lieu of regular ones, and act as a safe space that comforts us during difficult, and in this case, historically monumental times.

QUARANTINE S/S20 has been featured in numerous international publications:

Hyperallergic ("What Are We Wearing During Quarantine?")

Marie Claire ("Neked milyen a karanénszetted?")

Haaretz ("?יש את הקרואסון בדאבל די" digital and print editions)

KULTer ("Online gardrób járvány idején")

designisso ("A karantén kifutója: Quarantine S/S20")

Tilos Rádió "Megtervezett Valóság" ("Designed Reality") live radio show

Alison Matthews David's talk at the National Arts Club ("Fashion History and Germ Warfare: Thoughts on the History of Dress and Danger")

In the Vitrine podcast (Episode 30: "WFH Fashion: Does, Don'ts and Anything Goes") 

CHECK OUT THE PROJECT'S INSTAGRAM

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