“Actually, I’m in Havana”, Clandestina, an Ethnographic Study of Economic Policy and Colonial Hegemonies Encoded in the Consumption of Used Garments

I am pleased to announce that I will be presenting my paper: “‘Actually, I’m in Havana’, Clandestina, an Ethnographic Study of Economic Policy and Colonial Hegemonies Encoded in the Consumption of Used Garments” at the Fashion: Now & Then  Fashion and Sustainability Conference  at LIM College in New York this October  http://fashionnowandthen.blogspot.ca/ Keywords, Fashion Sustainability; Used Garments; Re-use; Fashion History, Globalization Abstract: This research involves an onsite ethnographic study and interview of the designers of the Clandestina fashion brand in Havana,Read more