Dr Liz Kutesko

National Identity And Dress: Thinking About Brazil

Introduction to the Courtauld History of Dress Journals Archive

Near and Far: Connecting Clothing, Body, Image & Object in Views of the Estrada de Ferro Madeira e Mamoré, Amazonas & Matto Grosso, Brazil

Welcome to our New MA History of Dress students!

Georgiana Houghton’s Spirit Drawings

5 Minutes with…Jessica Akerman

Fashion and Impressionism in the Courtauld Gallery

Brazilian Self-Fashioning: Zee Nunes

An Auto-Ethnographic Text: Cara Delevigne for Vogue Brasil, February 2014

Reflections on History of Dress Essay Writing

A Conversation with: Photographer and Editor David Bennett

Re-presenting the Past: Uses of History in Dress, Fashion and Art

Alumni Interview Part 13: Margaret Maynard

A Conversation with: Photographer & Artist Julian Marshall

Braziliana Tropicalia Fashions Embedded in Life Magazine, November 1971

The Re-Presentation of Western-style Dress in National Geographic, September 1971

‘L’Origami du Monde’ 032c Turns Ethnographic Gaze Onto National Geographic 

John Trussler, The Habitable World Described, Or The Present State Of The People In All Parts O The Globe, From North To South; Together With The Genius, Manners, Customs, Trade, Religion, Forms Of Government, & Of The Inhabitants, And Every Thing Respecting Them,  (1788-97)

Zuzu Angel

Women Make Fashion/ Fashion Makes Women: Planning our Conference to Celebrate 50 Years of Dress History at the Courtauld 

‘Maroc: Land of Wonders’… French Elle Visits Morocco, 20 April, 1953

5 Minutes with… Harrison Goldman

Analemma: Fashion Photography from 1992-2012 by Vivianne Sassen at the Photographer’s Gallery

Readdressing Black Photographic History in Victorian Britain

Complicating Photography and Ethnography in a Photograph from National Geographic, August 1926

032c Re-Present Kirsten and Jurgen Collaboration for Autumn/Winter 2013/4

Snapshot: Isabela Capeto

Made in Mexico: The Rebozo in Art, Culture and Fashion

Rita Andrade on Brazilian Fashion Theory

A Closer Look at Renoir’s La Loge Through the Lens of Fashion

Fashioning the Other? Globalization and the Representation of Brazilian Dress in National Geographic Since 1988

Adidas Shows Changing the Face of Brazil with Tropical Collection

Snapshot: Jum Nakao

Meninas do Brasil’ by Maria Stockler