Putting God on a Dress
The conclusion focuses on designers putting figures of the divine, especially Jesus, on dresses and other high fashion garments. It pays particular attention to the 2013 collections of Karla Špetić and Dolce & Gabbana and how putting God on a dress reinforces aestheticized ways of seeing Christianity and its heritage. The fashionable religion constructed by the fashion industry fostered the shift toward an expansive religious individualism and eclecticism, exhibited by the seekers of the 1960s, the spiritually minded of the 1990s, and the nones of the 2010s.
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