Decades Depicted in Film



The third of four videos on fashion and film, specifically how they interact with gender. Focused on how depictions of historical fashion changes throughout time in films such as Robin Hood, Pride and Prejudice, Hamlet, and The Great Gatsby.

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and the Kyoto Digital Archives and The Met Collection

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