The Invisible Seam
Often unappreciated, but never unnoticed - welcome to the show that celebrates Black contributions to fashion.
Hosted by fashion educator Kimberly Jenkins, this five-part series explores moments in history when Black Americans demanded respect, challenged norms, built community and imagined the future - all through what they wore.
From The Fashion and Race Database, Tommy Hilfiger’s People’s Place Program and Pineapple Street Studios.
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