Friday, January 1, 2010

Fashion/Quote: Cathryn Horyn

“Fashion is message. Do I look rich? Do I look available? Do I look like I get it? Fashion is also context. And in the year since the industry placed its absurdly bright hopes on Mrs. Obama and her wardrobe, much has changed and dimmed. Is this how a modern, educated, working woman wants to be viewed in her first historic year — as a maven, an icon? Who’s Barbie now?” Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn always knows how to stir things up, so read the rest of her recent article Wrapped in Their Identities where she explores the politics of fashion.


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