The hunt for vintage clothing is on the rise, but using actual Filipino fabrics that were once used as blankets, bibs and curtains is another tale to be told. The katsa was used to wrap newborns, as a towel for children’s sweaty backs, a rag for the kitchen or even a table topper to match the dining room’s huge wooden cutlery. But as a dress?
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Made With Intent
In her second Assemblage, Mich Dulce honors local artisans' craft and centers on sustainable production
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CHECK & BALANCE
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The Portrait of a Woman
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INTO THE META VERSE
From niche to top destination, the metaverse is pushing the limits of fashion in the virtual world
FASHIONING THE FUTURE: The Past, Present And The Not-So-Distant Future Of Fashion
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BEHIND THE ENIGMA
THE Inside the tireless mind of the quiet Maureen Wroblewitz
The Trinity Reimagined
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BATTLE OF PLAZE: BAT MASTERSON VS PEACOCK & UPDEGRAFF
THE DEADLY AND DANGEROUS LIFE OF THE MAN WHO INVENTED WYATT EARP
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To borrow from the great Cole Porter, you'll get a kick out of Sutton Foster.
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Pigs in a blanket and chicken-fried pork chops just like Mom never used to make.
GOOGLE'S RUSSIAN BUSINESS PLANS TO FILE FOR BANKRUPTCY
Google says its Russian subsidiary is planning to file for bankruptcy because it can’t pay staff and suppliers.
In a League of His Own
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Jennifer Grey: MY UNTOLD STORY
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