Black Is King, Beyoncé’s feature-length visual album inspired by The Lion King, is not only an inspiring tale encouraging Black […]Read more
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Elena Kanagy-Loux, Textile/Surface Design ’15, co-founder of the Brooklyn Lace Guild and collections specialist at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Antonio Ratti Textile Center, spoke with Teen Vogue about her most meaningful commission: a custom lace collar for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Kanagy-Loux’s study of lacemaking in Europe was funded by the Dorsch Award from FIT’s History of Art Department.
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