Interesting web sites

IDC member Carol Wang has also an interesting site on a subject that is not totally unrelated to draped clothes: Chinese knotting... Worth a visit:
http://www.chineseknotting.org/

About the Burning Man Festival: http://www.burningman.com

Revere Collection: Judith Content
A gallery of Judith Content's arashi shibori/bomaki scarves and decorations.
http://206.204.3.133/dir_nii/sup_content.html

http://www.kiltmen.com
A very interesting site that asks the question: why are Western men stuck with trousers? Why not kilts? Why not have a choice (like women do...)?

See this web site for a project on “saris for peace”, somewhat related to the “Burning Man”:
http://www.dragondebris.com/burning_man_2003/Peace_Saris/FrameSet.htm

Potomac Crafstmen Guild: Women of a US crafting guild study Indian sari wrapping. Interesting...
http://www.potomaccraftsmenguild.org/saris.htm

This is a link to a site with kilts. Try the “It’s a guy thing” button. It might interest some readers, though its not truly just a drape.
http://www.bearkilts.com/

Both links are of photo albums from the same Sikh wedding ceremony (I believe in Canada). There are only a couple of shots in each of turban wrapping, but what interested IDC member Ned was more is the visual record of a Sikh ceremony:
http://community.webshots.com/album/64213596lrifCi
http://community.webshots.com/album/65006867gaBwLr

Fashion and politics in India:
"Sari makes way for salwar in House", by Aasha Khosa, in the Indian Express.
http://www.indianexpress.com/full_story.php?content_id=29257