About Alexandra


Fashion Historian. Digital Marketer. Knitter. Designer. Mother. Wife. Daughter. Sister.

Alexandra is a fashion historian using a multidisciplinary approach to combine fashion, popular culture and art history. By applying theories from other disciplines, one is able to view material culture in a new light.

She is currently a PhD student in History & Culture at Drew University in Madison, NJ. Previously, she has earned a BA in Art History from Montclair State University, an MA in Theater with a concentration in Arts Management also from Montclair State, and an MA in  Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory and Museum Practice from the Fashion Institute of Technology. Additionally, she has taught Fashion Studies, Visual Merchandising, and Internship Advising as an adjunct professor.

David and Alexandra on their wedding day with Turbo
David and Alexandra on their wedding day with Turbo

Additionally, she is the Web Content Manger for the College of Education and Human Services within a large institution and also runs a freelance design business, Tri-Star Design. She enjoys building up her web design portfolio and working with a variety of clients, in addition to creating unique digital invitation designs for her Etsy Shop.

Her family is actively involved with Boston Terrier Rescue and fosters homeless Boston Terriers. She is also a member of the Presbyterian Church of Upper Montclair and lives in Northern New Jersey with her husband David, son Matthew and Turbo the Boston Terrier.

(Portrait and wedding photos by Michael Rosengard of North Island Photography)

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Recent Publications


World of Antebellum America

Ten entries on topics such as fashion plates, wedding clothes, standards of beauty, men's fashion, and fashion plates for the ABC-Clio publication.

The Journal of Popular Culture

Published review of Sneakers: Fashion, Gender, and Subculture by Yuniya Kawamura in The Journal of Popular Culture (Volume 50, No. 2, April 27, 2017. pages 415-417).

Studies in Popular Culture

Published review of Social Networking: Redefining Communication in the Digital Age, edited by Anastacia Kurylo and Tatyana Dumova in Studies in Popular Culture. (Volume 39, No. 2, Spring 2017. pages 95-97).

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