Last February, Dawnn Karen, a brand consultant, therapist and instructor at the Fashion Institute of Technology,arrived at a Marcel Ostertag fashion show wearing five-inch studded stilettos and a black jumpsuit with a cape. “This cape makes me feel like Superwoman,” she said. “It’s that sense of control.” She strutted off to pose for photographers at the show’s entrance.

A self-described “fashion psychologist,” Ms. Karen pays close attention to the relationship between attire and attitude: not just how clothes make you look, but how they make you feel.  Full Article