“We Wear Culture” is a collaboration between Google and more than 180 museums, schools, fashion institutions, and other organizations from all parts of the globe, exploring over 400 stories by curators from leading institutions across the world. The site is part of Google’s Arts & Culture platform, which is digitizing the world’s cultural treasures, and functions as a searchable guide to a collective archive of some 30,000 fashion pieces that puts “three millennia of fashion at your fingertips,” says Google.
It’s pretty amazing.
Explore visually stunning collections from around the world created by the Google Cultural Institute featuring everything from the meaning behind different cultures’ traditional dress and fashion icons to materials and their global impact.
This is what one would call a cultural rabbit hole of the best sort that we just want to explore for days…and we will.
To learn more about how brands are taking on global impact strategies, check out the Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator’s Sustainable Fashion Roadmap tool.