Google has teamed up with more than 180 museums, schools and fashion institutions across the world — including the MET, Central St Martins and Condé Nast — for its new "We Wear Culture" project. The platform is home to an archive of 30,000 fashion pieces that put “three millennia of fashion at your fingertips.”

The project includes online exhibitions, so you can get in-depth knowledge about things like the history of punk, the evolution of Tokyo street style, the role of fashion in black American culture and why the Antwerp six were such a big deal.

The project also includes a range of videos giving you three-minute crash courses on everything from the history of the hoodie, to why COMME des GARÇONS is so popular in the West.

See the rest of the videos over here, then browse the full archive at the We Wear Culture website.

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