2020 marks the centennial of the ratification of the 19th amendment, giving women the vote in the United States. Inside Out: Women’s Status and Roles from Foundation to Silhouette, provides an overview of women in America over the past 100 years. Inside Out explores the perceived roles of women in American society as they have changed over time, and how these roles have shaped—and been shaped by—what women wear. It also explores feminist ideas and movements since the nation’s earliest days and the significant role undergarments have played in those movements. Inside Out traces the silhouette of stylish American women over the centuries, and the design, intention, and transition of women’s undergarments which have helped create these silhouettes.
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