By  on July 9, 2014

Anne Hollander, who died at 83 on Sunday, was an independent historian of style who wrote “Seeing Through Clothes” (1978), “Moving Pictures” (1989), “Sex and Suits” (1994) and “Feeding the Eye” (2000), all popular books about the cultural and psychological implications of what we wear. She also liked to connect clothing to art. Hollander spoke to WWD once, in a story by Francesca Stanfill that ran on December 4, 1978. Here are some of her provocative quotes.


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