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Why the Medieval Aesthetic Never Dies: The History of Medieval Revival Fashion

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Few aesthetics are as historically persistent as the ones inspired by the Middle Ages. But why is it so evergreen, and what revival movements came out of it? Come learn with me about Fairy Tales, Psychedelic dr*gs, Witches and more!

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Culture, Identity, and the Medieval Revival in Victorian Wales by Huw Pryce

Consuming the Past: The Medieval Revival in fin-de-siècle France By Elizabeth Emery, Laura Morowitz

Modern Gothic: The Revival of Medieval Art by Susan B. Matheson, Derek D. Churchill

The Quarrel of the Ancients and Moderns: Peacock and the medieval Revival by Alice Chandler

The Medieval Revival and Its Influence on the Romantic Movement By R. R. Agrawal

Revival: The Aesthetics of Revival Subcultures and Re-enactment Groups Explored through Fashion Image-Making by Nicholas Clements

The medieval revival: Romanticism, archaeology and architecture By Christopher Gerrard

Retro: The Culture of Revival By Elizabeth E. Guffey

Nostalgic Dreams and Nightmares by David Lowenthal

The Past is a Foreign Country – Revisited By David Lowenthal

Working Class Heroes: Rock Music and British Society in the 1960s and 1970s By David Simonelli

Fashioning Memory: Vintage Style and Youth Culture By Heike Jenss

Summer of Love: Psychedelic Art, Social Crisis and Counterculture in the 1960s edited by Christoph Grunenberg, Jonathan Harris, Jonathan P. Harris

All Dressed Up: Revivalism and the Fashion for Arthur in Victorian Culture by Inga Bryden

Victorian Medievalism: Revival or Masquerade? By Helene E. Roberts

Time Machine Fashion: Neo-Victorian Style in Twenty-First Century Subcultures by Christine Feldman-Barrett

Gothic to Goth: Exploring the Impact of the Romantic Era in Fashion By Susan Hodara for NYT

TikTok’s Whimsigoth Trend Is All About Energy by Lisa Stardust

Here’s How Witch Clothing Has Evolved Throughout History by chicandcultural

What Is Enyacore? Meet the Moody, Medieval Side of the Next Y2K Aesthetic by Mary Frances Knapp

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