"Galleries: Jason Horowitz at Curator's Office, Titouan Lamazou at Adamson"
By Jessica DawsonSpecial to The Washington Post
Friday, March 12, 2010
If fashion magazines are barometers of our collective unconscious -- and they most certainly are -- then something's up. The structured American woman circa 1956 wore girdles as impenetrable as her country's postwar ego; the 1970s saw touchable feathered hair and breasts roaming free thanks to sexual liberation and the pill; and the 1980s boom years required women to look like curvy Gordon Gekkos.Read here.