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Coat | Veronica Etro | Italy, Fall 2002-2003 | Red, ochre, and brown wool | The Museum at FIT

Coat | Veronica Etro | Italy, Fall 2002-2003 | Red, ochre, and brown wool | The Museum at FIT

Robert Cavalli, ensemble, embroidered denim, 2002

Roberto Cavalli, ensemble, embroidered denim, spring Italy, gift of Roberto Cavalli.

Ensemble | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | Black rayon, cotton, wool and moiré, tan linen, red velvet, brown mesh, and brown leather | Belgium, Fall 2006 | Museum at FIT

Ensemble | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | Black rayon, cotton, wool and moiré, tan linen, red velvet, brown mesh, and brown leather | Belgium, Fall 2006 | Museum at FIT

Coat | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | Black linen, wool, cotton, gold bullion, and sequins | Belgium, Winter 2006/2007 | The Museum at FIT

Coat | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | Black linen, wool, cotton, gold bullion, and sequins | Belgium, Winter 2006/2007 | The Museum at FIT

2007: Designer and scholar Rebecca Earley actively explores methods of “upcyling,” a recycling concept in which the resultant product is one of equal or greater value. This tunic began as a secondhand garment that Earley transformed through various technologies, such as heat photogram printing, during the course of a research project entitled “Ever & Again: Rethinking Recycled Textiles.”

2007: Designer and scholar Rebecca Earley actively explores methods of “upcyling,” a recycling concept in which the resultant product is one of equal or greater value. This tunic began as a secondhand garment that Earley transformed through various technologies, such as heat photogram printing, during the course of a research project entitled “Ever & Again: Rethinking Recycled Textiles.”

Ensemble  Missoni, 2003  The Museum at FIT

Ensemble Missoni, 2003 The Museum at FIT

2002: Luxury entails sensual delight as well as visual excess. A quintessential luxury fabric, cashmere comes from the underdown of the Cashmere goat and is expensive to produce. Today, coarser hairs are often blended with the more refined wools, reducing the cost of cashmere, but also the quality.

2002: Luxury entails sensual delight as well as visual excess. A quintessential luxury fabric, cashmere comes from the underdown of the Cashmere goat and is expensive to produce. Today, coarser hairs are often blended with the more refined wools, reducing the cost of cashmere, but also the quality.

Suit | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | Printed cotton sateen, metallic thread, and chenille cord | Belgium, Spring 2004 | The Museum at FIT

Suit | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | Printed cotton sateen, metallic thread, and chenille cord | Belgium, Spring 2004 | The Museum at FIT

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