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Black tailcoat. Kyoto Costume Institute 1815

Mark My Words: The Subversive History of Women Using Thread as Ink

Debbie Talanian's "Howl" skirt, created a few years ago, pays homage to Allen Ginsberg – his streaming lines scribbled out in chunky black capital letters. Kate Daudy's Wedding Dress features a poem cascading down the back from the waist, bright against the white fabric. The final few lines spill out to the edge of the hem, reading, "a bunch of bleeding roses."

Stick on decals. Put on a pictures frame, just don't add the back to the frame

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