Fashion Unraveled isn’t your typical fashion exhibition. Rather than feature pristine clothes that exemplify a theme, a time period or a designer’s aesthetic, it explores the roles of memory and imperfection in fashion. The exhibition at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York also highlights the aberrant beauty in flawed objects, giving precedence to garments that have been altered, left unfinished or deconstructed. These selections underscore one elemental fact about clothing: that it is designed to be worn and has, in some cases, been worn out. See it until November 17.