Garb A Fashion and Culture Reader by Kathryn Hagen, Parme Giuntini


Garb A Fashion and Culture Reader by Kathryn Hagen, Parme Giuntini

For courses in Cultural Studies, Fashion Electives, Visual Culture, Fine Arts. Garb: A Reader on Fashion and Culture investigates the complexity of postmodern attitudes toward dress, fashion, identity and culture through a broad range of perspectives and theoretical approaches. Diverse essays show the richness of the field, as authors from various disciplines explore the significance of fashion and fashion visual culture in the contemporary world. Four hours of filmed interviews accompany the reader and include personal stories from emerging designers and seasoned professionals. Art and design departments will appreciate the interdisciplinary approach of this collaborative work as authors share their passion for fashion, culture, theory and art. Pearson Education is proud to bring world-renowned Dorling Kindersley (DK) products to your classroom. Instantly recognized by their fascinating, full-color photographs and illustrations on every page, DK titles will add meaning to expository text and make learning accessible and, fun. Other DK hallmarks include cross-section views, 3D models, and text to visual call-outs to help readers comprehend and enjoy the wealth of information each book provides. With Pearson, you can see DK in a whole new way! For a complete listing of titles, please visit:

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416 pages


Kathryn Hagen, Parme Giuntini
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Publication date

10th January 2007



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