Caroline Elenowitz-Hess’s research is focused on definitions of femininity and modernism in the twentieth century in France and the United States. Before coming to BGC, she received her MA in Fashion Studies from Parsons following several years working as an independent fashion designer. She previously earned a BA in English Literature from Yale University and an AAS in Fashion Design from FIT. She has interned at both the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and at the Museum at FIT. Caroline has contributed articles to Fashion Theory and the Oxford Journal of Design History and she has also written for Atlas Obscura, Jezebel, and the Bloomsbury Fashion Video Archive. Her fashion history expertise has also been quoted in articles in Harper’s Bazaar, i-D, and W magazine.