OUR LATEST ISSUE
VOLUME 38 NO. 5
Chunghie Lee. Stillness and Motion | Smithsonian Craft Show 2016 | Kate Rothra Fleming. Visions of the Natural World | Little Dreams in Glass and Metal. Jewelry from the Enamel Arts Foundation
Ethnographic Arts Royal Hawaiian Featherwork. Na Hulu Ali’i | Questions/Answers “Fashion Victims” at the Bata Shoe Museum | Collectibles Ramona Solberg's Fibulae | Fashion Arts Fairy Tale Fashion | Collaboration Hal and Margie Hiestand | Museum News The White Shirt According to Me. Gianfranco Ferré
WHAT IS ORNAMENT?
40 Years of Publishing
From the beginning we set ourselves the exciting challenge of documenting the art and craft of personal adornment. Ornament demonstrates the richness and diversity of this vast subject with a stunning display of creative works, past and present.
Global And Local
Our vision is rich in contemporary, ethnographic and ancient history, anthropology, and archaeology. We believe that we can help sustain a healthy and compassionate society when we know more about our own and other cultures. As a respected international resource for over thirty years, Ornament encompasses the world.