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Seven Looks From FIT's Queer History of Fashion Exhibit

"Gianni Versace leather evening dress, Autumn/Winter 1992. Photo courtesy Fashion Group Foundation
"Gianni Versace leather evening dress, Autumn/Winter 1992. Photo courtesy Fashion Group Foundation

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The Museum at FIT's upcoming Queer History of Fashion exhibit, which is currently accepting donations on Kickstarter, opens to the public on September 13th, but a preview of some of the looks are available online now. The above Versace bondage dress is one of them, as well as Jean Paul Gaultier's famous cone busts and a three-piece Neo Edwardian suit from Hamish Bowles' personal collection. Click through to see a few pieces that will be on view this fall.


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