Fashion History Lesson: The Subversive Power of Tulle
Is it a coincidence that one of the most traditionally feminine fabrics seems to be making a resurgence in the wake of the #metoo movement?
Sara Idacavage is a fashion historian, archivist, and writer with a master’s degree in Fashion Studies from Parsons The New School for Design, where she currently works as a part-time instructor. In addition to writing for NYMag.com, Time Out New York and Refinery29, Sara has contributed to the peer-reviewed academic journals Fashion Theory and Fashion, Style & Popular Culture. She also served as the Editorial Director of BIAS: Journal of Dress Practice while studying at Parsons. In her spare time, Sara enjoys visiting museums, listening to David Bowie and finding reasons to drink champagne.