Worn Fashion Journal : Issue 16
Back Issue 16 of WORN Fashion Journal
Gunne Sax prairie dresses, technology and fashion, crooked teeth make happy grins, waterproofing, the history of tulle, grandmothers, metallics in soace, self-imposed uniforms, ability activist chic, Pearly Queens and Kings and their millions of buttons, the stories of fashion shows, surrealism in the garden, glossary of sleeves from leg o' mutton to raglan. And Jeanne Beker is awesome.
WORN Fashion Journal was a print magazine founded by Serah-Marie McMahon and first published in Montreal, Canada in 2004. WORN was created to address the lack of thoughtfulness in mainstream fashion magazines. It claimed that you could truly love clothing even if you were disinterested in the commercial industry of “fashion”. Over the years it covered topics such as the science of drycleaning, the role clothing plays in creating identity in the trans community, the evolution of flight attendant uniforms, and the celebration of stylin’ moms.