the book we’re all reading this month

emily spivack's "worn stories" reminds us of the true value of the what's hanging in our closet
September 04, 2014  |   column: DELIBERATE POLISH

every article of clothing tells a story—be it a first date dress, a clutch you carried that night you stayed up till dawn or a bathing suit that’s faded from summers of family vacations at the lake.

in her new book, worn stories, writer emily spivack—who also penned the smithsonian fashion history blog is a visiting assistant professor at the pratt institute—curates a collection of these types of stories from 20 contributors from creatives to cultural personas such as actress greta gerwig and artist marina abramovic.

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buy your own delightful copy of worn stories, here.

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