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Winner of the Art Association of Australia and New Zeland prize for Best Edited Book, 2010. Fashion: Critical and Primary Sources is a major multi-volume work of reference which brings together seminal writings on Fashion. The geographical range of the essays crosses Europe, Asia and North America. The essays reveal the wide set of methodological approaches which all bear on the study of Fashion - Sociology, Art History and Cultural History, Anthropology, Social Theory, Dress and Textile Studies. Ordered chronologically, the four volumes cover Late Medieval to Renaissance, the Eighteenth Century, the Nineteenth Century and the Twentieth Century to today. Each volume is separately introduced and the essays structured into coherent sections on specific themes. Fashion: Critical and Primary Sources will prove a major scholarly resource for any researchers involved in the study of Fashion, Dress and Costume.
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This excellent, accessible introduction to many of the most important trends in modern fashion studies will serve as an invaluable research tool for students just starting in the field. R.A. Standish, CHOICE Magazine
Peter McNeil is Professor of Design History at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia, and Professor of Fashion Studies at Stockholm University. He is a co-editor with G. Riello of Shoes: A History from Sandals to Sneakers (Berg, 2006).
VOLUME 1: LATE MEDIEVAL TO RENAISSANCE SERIES PREFACE INTRODUCTION PART I: GRACEFUL OR MAGNIFICENT: FASHION AND AESTHETICS 1. Costume and Fashion Fernand Braudel 2. Fashion in French Crusade Literature: Desiring Infidel Textiles Sarah-Grace Heller 3. Art and Life: The Aesthetic Sentiment Johan Huizinga 4. The Medieval Aesthetic Sensibility Umberto Eco 5. Society and Festivals Jacob Burckhardt 6. Order and Fashion in Clothes: The King, His Household and the City of London at the End of the Fifteenth Century Anne F. Sutton 7. Summer: The Last Century, 1550-1644 Timothy Brook PART 2: FASHION, APPEARANCE AND CULTURAL ORDER 8. Between Clothing and Nudity Mario Perniola 9. Women and Sumptuary Law Catherine Kovesi Killerby 10. The Upward Training of the Body from the Age of Chivalry to Courtly Civility Georges Vigarello 11. The Renaissance Beard: Masculinity in Early Modern England Will Fisher 12. Appearances Georges Vigarello PART 3: FASHION'S FORMS - CUSTOMS AND FOREIGNERS 13. The Devil and His Striped Clothes, 13th-16th Centuries Michel Pastoureau 14. Venice and the Dress of Foreigners Stella Mary Newton 15. Costume and the Boundaries of Bodies Bronwen Wilson 16. Sewing Connections: Elizabeth Tudor, Mary Stuart, Elizabeth Talbot, and Seventeenth-century Anonymous Needleworkers Susan Frye 17. Feathers and Flies: Aphra Behn and the Seventeenth-century Trade in Exotica Margaret W. Ferguson PART 4: TRADING IN LOOKS 18. Clothing Provision and the Great Wardrobe in the Mid-thirteenth Century Kay Staniland 19. The Currency of Clothing Ann Rosalind Jones and Peter Stallybrass 20. Gendered Space in Renaissance Florence: Theorizing Public and Private in the 'Rag Trade' Carole Collier Frick 21. The Economics of Clothing in the Late Seventeenth Century N.B. Harte 22. The Cost of Apparel in Seventeenth-century England, and the Accuracy of Gregory King Margaret Spufford PART 5: FASHION AND REINFORCEMENT 23. Looks and Appearance Baldesar Castiglione 24. Gesture, Ritual and Social Order in Sixteenth to Eighteenth-century Poland Maria Bogucka 25. Prescribing Literature: Dress, Politics and Gender in Sixteenth-century Italian Conduct Literature Elizabeth Currie 26. Masculine Apparel Stephen Orgel 27. To Fashion a Self: Dressing in Seventeenth-century England Sue Vincent 28. 'Twisted' Poses. The Kabuku Aesthetic in Early Edo Genre Painting John T. Carpenter VOLUME 2: THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY SERIES PREFACE INTRODUCTION PART 1: THE POWER OF DRESS 1. The Cavaliers and the Parvenus as Imitators of the Court Werner Sombart 2. Lord Chesterfield's Letters to his Son, 1750-1751 The Earl of Chesterfield 3. Regrets on Parting with my Old Dressing Gown, or A Warning to Those Who Have More Taste than Fortune Denis Diderot 4. Eros and Liberty at the English Masquerade, 1710-1790 Terry Castle 5. Freedom of Dress in Revolutionary France Lynn Hunt PART 2: FASHION - ART - ARTIFICE 6. The Purged Century Piero Camporesi 7. Popular Dress Daniel Roche 8. Image-Object-Space Katie Scott 9. The Artistic Expression of Iki [Chic] Kuki Shuzo 10. Street Style: Dress in John Gay's 'Trivia' Aileen Ribeiro 11. Nature and Artifice Georges Vigarello 12. Fleshing Out the Revolution Ewa Lajer-Burcharth PART 3: FASHION AND THE APPEARANCE INDUSTRIES 13. Consumer Behaviour, Textiles and Dress in the Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries Lorna Weatherill 14. European Consumption and Asian Production in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries John E. Wills, Jr. 15. Taxes upon consumable commodities, 1776 Adam Smith 16. The Queen and Her 'Minister of Fashion': Gender, Credit and Politics in Pre-Revolutionary France Clare Haru Crowston 17. The Production and Marketing of Populuxe Goods in Eighteenth-century Paris Cissie Fairchilds 18. Developing Consumerism and the Ready-made Clothing Trade in Britain, 1750-1800 Beverly Lemire 19. Involuntary Consumers? Servants and Their Clothes in Eighteenth-century England John Styles