Linda Przybyszewski, PhD

Professor Pski on Dress



The Lost Art Of Dress will spark talk at your book club.

You can request the book excerpt and suggestions for

discussion questions to get the conversation started.


Watch "CBS Sunday Morning" when Nancy Giles
talked with Professor Pski about her seminar
called "Nation of Slobs."


Professor Pski talked dress codes, and prom dresses, 

and why young women no longer learn how to dress up

with Olga Khazanof The Atlantic.com. Read the story here.



Read Professor Pski's interview with Michelle DelCarlo
on fashion design as a form of invention at the

Lemelson Center blog.

   


Listen to Diane Rehm and Professor Pski

talk about the lost art of dress.



Listen to Professor Pski talk about the Dress Doctors

on Backstory with the American History Guys.



Why do Americans wear Uggs all the time?

Read the answer here. 



Learn about the 1960s fashion revolution for men

and women on "Mad Men" as Professor Pski

talks with Ann Hoevel of CNN.com






 

Dress Research


The Lost Art of Dress draws on Professor Pski's own collection of over 700 dress and sewing manuals dating from the early 1900s, as well as work in archives and libraries.

A skilled dressmaker from a long line of sewing women, she recreated garments from every decade of the 20th Century, including the One-Hour dress that swept the nation in the 1920s, and the Dishtowel dress, a bad idea from the 1970s.

She tested the Dress Doctors' prescription for thrift with variety by created a many-way dress with several changes of collars and cuffs. Would anyone realize she had been wearing it for a month?

Lost Art of Dress Blog

 Follow Professor Pski's blog on Tumblr. She writes on fashion and dressmaking, vintage and modern.