That Was My Veil: Sartorial and Cosmetic Constructions of Resilience in Divorced Women

A research exploration of fashion and resilience by MA Fashion Studies graduate Kim Jenkins

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The “Revenge Body” in the Media: Caroline Wozniacki

It’s been interesting to see the “revenge body” situating itself in the media as a phenomenon aiding women in fashioning resilience. The “revenge body” has become a recipe for resilience, … Continue reading

June 9, 2014 · Leave a comment

Rules for Resilience: “Stacy London Tells Us What to Wear After a Breakup”

Once again, Fashionista.com has published an article on how women should dress themselves in the wake of a breakup. Pop stylist Stacy London was enlisted to offer a set of … Continue reading

July 29, 2013 · Leave a comment

What Not to Wear After a Breakup

What Not to Wear After a Breakup I shared several narratives and socially pluralized “rules” (primarily aimed towards women) throughout my thesis this year that spoke to how one’s wardrobe … Continue reading

June 17, 2013 · Leave a comment