In a postcard-perfect valley in southern Norway, Annemor Sundbø nurtures her life’s work: old garments, paintings, and other clues to the myths and meaning woven into Norwegian sweaters for centuries. Now she’s trying to bring back the sheep that used to sustain this time-honored craft.
The Norwegian Sweater Detective
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“Don’t dress to kill, dress to survive.” ~ Karl Lagerfeld (1933 – 2019)
Leather and wool cape, made in Hungary, circa 1840–70.
Via the Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Photographs of gender-nonconforming folks long before it was acceptable to be out and proud. (Via Dangerous Minds)