Anne Hollander, a art and style historian who significantly impacted the study of dress and textiles through her essays, books, research and exhibitions has passed away.  Hollander's efforts in elevating the study of dress were essential and highly influential. She helped change the way historians and writers exam the history of dress through her own writings. Hollander's most popular works include Seeing Through Clothes and Sex and Suits. She also curated an exhibition at the National Gallery in London, "Fabric of Vision: Dress and Drapery in Painting.  

For those seriously interested in fashion history, we encourage you to explore as much of Anne Hollander's work as possible. Click through her collection of essays, catalogues and books. Also, read more about her contributions to the field here.