Fashion Nirvana Digital Resources

Fashion Nirvana Digital Resources


Upcycled Fashion Lesson Plan: Artist and art educator Jessica Cardenas led a workshop about painting on recycled textiles at Evening for Educators: Be Kind, Rewind

Logo activity: Create your own branded logo inspired by Fashion Nirvana! Enjoy this exhibition activity from home. 


Designer Todd Oldham & Fashion Nirvana 

Read blog entry by Julia Garrett, Texas Fashion Collection Intern at the University of North Texas. 

Fashion Nirvana Tumblr

The curators of Fashion Nirvana created a tumblr micro-blog to assemble their mood board for the exhibition. Explore the page to re-visit iconic 90s moments. 

Texas Fashion Collection Digital Library

Many of the pieces in Fashion Nirvana come from the Texas Fashion Collection in North Texas. Explore their digital collection of fashion here. Pro-tip: filter by date to focus in on 90s fashion!

From the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Conservation in 360

Take an interactive peek at how the Metropolitan Museum of Art preserves and conserves garments and costumes in their fashion collection. 

Fashion + Art

Google Arts and Culture provides a deep dive into the relationship between fashion and art. 


A preview of Fashion Nirvana and artworks.

Lauren Thompson, Assistant Curator and Co-Curator of Fashion Nirvana discusses video works featured in the exhibition.

Annette Becker, Director of the Texas Fashion Collection at The University of North Texas, discusses fashion in the 90s, as seen in Fashion Nirvana

Dr. Michaele Haynes, Cultural Anthropologist and Adjunct Professor at The University of the Incarnate Word, discusses the question: “Where does fashion come from?” through the lens of Fashion Nirvana

Jim Mendiola, Artist and Filmmaker, discusses A Specificity of Place