Artist Miranda July contributed a series of photos in which strangers try on one another's favorite outfits.
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September 4, 2014 A new book collects stories that link clothing with intimacy, emotion and memory: how moms dressed before they had kids, favorite outfits and, of course, garment envy.
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March 27, 2009 This clever, poignant spoof tells the story of a relationship gone wrong in the form of a precisely annotated auction catalog that puts the detritus of a love affair — notes, photos, keepsakes — up for sale.
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