the book we're all reading this month
emily spivack's "worn stories" reminds us of the true value of the what's hanging in our closet
every article of clothing tells a story—be it a first date dress, a clutch you carried that night you stayed up till dawn or a bathing suit that's faded from summers of family vacations at the lake.
in her new book, worn stories, writer emily spivack—who also penned the smithsonian fashion history blog is a visiting assistant professor at the pratt institute—curates a collection of these types of stories from 20 contributors from creatives to cultural personas such as actress greta gerwig and artist marina abramovic.
buy your own delightful copy of worn stories, here.