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Uncovering Fashion

"Fashion communications" refers not only to monthly fashion magazines, but also to every facet of information relating to fashion-from names of colors at the dye factory to the latest runway reviews on fashion Web sites.

Author : Marian Frances Wolbers

Release : 2009-04-08

Publisher : Fairchild Books

ISBN : 9781563676154

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Fashion depends on visuals. When we see something we like, we respond to its color, line, form, and eye-appeal. Communicating about fashion demands much more, though. It involves a wide range of media including words--printed, spoken, and electronically transmitted. "Fashion communications" refers not only to monthly fashion magazines, but also to every facet of information relating to fashion--from names of colors at the dye factory to the latest runway reviews on fashion Web sites. Uncovering Fashion uses a systematic approach to reveal the fashion industry's underlying network of communications. Focusing on the key areas of manufacturing, business, sales, advertising, and representation in the media, Wolbers uses a who-what-where-why-and-how approach to engage critical thinking, inspire creativity, and explore all the media serving fashion.

The International Politics of Fashion

190190 Uncovering fashion In February 2014, the popular British tabloid
newspaper The Sun carried a report on London Fashion Week that declared: '
Fashion week is the most anticipated event in every fashionista's diary' (The Sun
2014).

Author : Andreas Behnke

Release : 2016-07-07

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1317656237

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This book seeks to address and fill a puzzling omission in contemporary critical IR scholarship. Following on from the aesthetic turn in IR, critical and ‘postmodern’ IR has produced an impressive array of studies into movies, literature, music and art and the way these media produce, mediate, and represent international politics. By contrast, the proponents of the aesthetic turn have overlooked fashion as a source of knowledge about global politics. Yet stories about the political role of fashion abound in the news media. Margaret Thatcher used dress to define her political image, and more recently the fascination with Michelle Obama, Carla Bruni and other women in similar positions, and the discussions about the appropriateness of their wardrobes, regularly makes the news. In Sudan, a female writer and activist successfully challenged the government over her right to wear trousers in public and in Europe, the debate on women’s headscarves has politicised a garment item and turned it into a symbol of fundamentalism and oppression. In response, the contributors to this book investigate the politics of fashion from a variety of perspectives, addressing theoretical as well as empirical issues, establishing the critical study of fashion and its protagonists as a central contribution to the aesthetic turn in international politics. The politics of fashion go beyond these examples of the uses and abuses of textiles and fabrics for political purposes, extending into its very ‘grammar’ and vocabulary. This book will be a unique contribution to the field and will be of interest to students and scholars of international relations, critical IR theory and popular culture and world politics.

Modesty: A Fashion Paradox

This book speaks to the various personalities and companies who have helped shape the modest fashion industry into such a significant retail sector, while also exploring the controversies that lie at the heart of the movement, such as one ...

Author : Hafsa Lodi

Release : 2020-06-01

Publisher : Neem Tree Press

ISBN : 1911107275

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Modest fashion has been gaining momentum in the mainstream global fashion industry over the past half-decade and is now a multi-billion-dollar retail sector. Its growing and now consistent appearance on high-profile fashion runways, on celebrities and in the headlines of fashion publications and news outlets, has shown that the modest fashion movement is hugely relevant to consumers. This is particularly true for millennials who are attracted to the feminist influences behind concealing your body, follow faith-based dress codes, or are attuned to social media, where more and more modest fashion bloggers are using imagery to inspire their followers. While the movement can credit European high fashion houses, like Gucci, for making conservative dresses and layering “in style” and “on trend,” and subsequent Western labels like DKNY, H&M and Mango for dabbling in the realm of modest wear, it is the newly emerging group of faith-influenced fashion brands who are driving the revolution, along with a new crop of Muslim fashion bloggers. These have helped catapult demure dressing trends globally. This book speaks to the various personalities and companies who have helped shape the modest fashion industry into such a significant retail sector, while also exploring the controversies that lie at the heart of the movement, such as one pressing question: even if it covers the skin but is flamboyant, modeled with the purpose of attracting attention, and publicly promoted on social media, can fashion truly be modest?

World Clothing and Fashion

Fashion and Art. New York: Bloomsbury, 2012. Mackrell, Alice. Art and Fashion:
The Impact of Art on Fashion and Fashion on Art. 2nd ed. London: Batsford, 2005
. Wolbers, Marian Frances. Uncovering Fashion: Fashion Communica-tions ...

Author : Mary Ellen Snodgrass

Release : 2015-03-17

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 131745166X

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Taking a global, multicultural, social, and economic perspective, this work explores the diverse and colourful history of human attire. From prehistoric times to the age of globalization, articles cover the evolution of clothing utility, style, production, and commerce, including accessories (shoes, hats, gloves, handbags, and jewellery) for men, women, and children. Dress for different climates, occupations, recreational activities, religious observances, rites of passages, and other human needs and purposes - from hunting and warfare to sports and space exploration - are examined in depth and detail. Fashion and design trends in diverse historical periods, regions and countries, and social and ethnic groups constitute a major area of coverage, as does the evolution of materials (from animal fur to textiles to synthetic fabrics) and production methods (from sewing and weaving to industrial manufacturing and computer-aided design). Dress as a reflection of social status, intellectual and artistic trends, economic conditions, cultural exchange, and modern media marketing are recurring themes. Influential figures and institutions in fashion design, industry and manufacturing, retail sales, production technologies, and related fields are also covered.

Children’s Dreams in Clinical Practice

S Catalano. opmentally, socially, or psychologically not as prepared or likely to
use psychotherapy in an uncovering fashion, such benefits and use are not as
likely to occur. This, of course, is dependent upon the particular client involved; ...

Author : S Catalano

Release : 2013-06-29

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN : 147579682X

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Once upon a time I dreamed myself a butterfly, floating like petals in the air, happy to be doing as I pleased, no longer aware of myself! But soon enough I awoke and then, frantically clutching myself, Chuang Tzu I was! I wonder: Was Chuang Tzu dreaming himself the butterfly, or was the butterfly dreaming itself Chuang Tzu? -Chuang Tzu Dreams are an endless source of mystery and fascination. Those we remember bring to our conscious awareness a variety of characters, circumstances, and situations often implausible or even bizarre in our everyday world. Sometimes dreams are more mundane and common place, reflecting memories of recent events of obvious importance. It is perhaps because of our lack of ability to under stand fully the origin of dreams or interpret their exact VII viii Preface meaning that dreams are the subject of such interest and speculation. Or perhaps, as the Chinese philosopher Chuang Tzu suggested, they allow us the freedom to ex pand our thoughts, associations, or spirit in a way that no other experience, waking or otherwise, can. Clinical interest in dream content has primarily been limited to the psychoanalytical perspective. This modern clinical interest in dreams is the direct result of Freud's landmark contribution concerning the importance of dreams in unconscious thought and in the practice of psychoanalysis. Theoretically, psychoanalytical interpre tation of dream content as a repressive-defensive content function dominated clinical practice and application for many years and remains an influential school of thought.

Books and Periodicals in Brazil 1768-1930

... Communication and Empire, Media, Markets, and Globalization, 1860–1930,
Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2007 WOLBERS, MARIAN FRANCES,
Uncovering Fashion: Fashion Communications across the Media, New York:
Fairchild, ...

Author : AnaClaudiaSurianiDa Silva

Release : 2017-07-05

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1351573306

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Before the Portuguese Royal Court moved to its South-American colony in 1808, books and periodicals had a very limited circulation there. It was only when Brazilian ports were opened to foreign trade that the book trade began to flourish, and printed matter became more easily available to readers, whether for pleasure, for instruction or for political reasons. This book brings together a collection of original articles on the transnational relations between Brazil and Europe, especially England and France, in the domain of literature and print culture from its early stages to the end of the 1920s. It covers the time when it was forbidden to print in Brazil, and Portugal strictly controlled which books were sent to the colony, through the quick flourishing of a transnational printing industry and book market after 1822, to the shift of hegemony in the printing business from foreign to Brazilian hands at the beginning of the twentieth century. Sandra Guardini Vasconcelos is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Sao Paulo.

Fashion Design for Living

Fashion Design for Living explores the positive contribution that the
contemporary fashion designer can make within society. ... Fashion Design for
Living champions new approaches to fashion practice by uncovering a rich and
diverse set of ...

Author : Alison Gwilt

Release : 2014-11-13

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1317673344

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Fashion Design for Living explores the positive contribution that the contemporary fashion designer can make within society. The book seeks to reveal new ways of designing and making fashion garments and products that not only enhance and enrich our lives, but also are mindful of social and sustainable issues. This book sets out to question and challenge the dominant, conventional process of fashion design that as a practice has been under-researched. While the fashion designer in industry is primarily concerned with the creation of the new seasonal collection, designed, produced and measured by economically driven factors, society increasingly expects the designer to make a positive contribution to our social, environmental and cultural life. Consequently an emergent set of designers and research-based practitioners are beginning to explore new ways to think about fashion designing. The contributors within this book argue that fashion designing should move beyond developing garments that are just aesthetically pleasing or inexpensive, but also begin to consider and respond to the wearer's experiences, wellbeing, problems, desires and situations, and their engagement with and use of a garment. Fashion Design for Living champions new approaches to fashion practice by uncovering a rich and diverse set of views and reflective experiences which explore the changing role of the fashion designer and inspire fresh, innovative and creative responses to fashion and the world we live in.

Uncovering Southeast Asia's Past

Question Two : Did Popular Fashions Enjoy Widespread Distributions ? There is
compelling evidence from Ban Na Di that red painted wares first entered the SNB
( SNB ) c . 100 BC along exchange routes originating in the southern Khorat ...

Author : European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists. International Conference

Release : 2006

Publisher : NUS Press

ISBN : 9789971693510

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The 36 chapters in this collection have been selected to give an overview ofrecent research into prehistoric and early historic archaeology in SoutheastAsia. In the first chapter Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhornof Thailand comments on the significance of the inscriptions from the important Khmer temple, Prasat Phnom Rung in northeastern Thailand. Following this, Professor Charles Higham gives an original and insightful survey of the prehistoric threads linking south China and the countries of modern Southeast Asia.

Fashion Media

Both Lewis and Wissinger are interested in uncovering the new discourses that
emerge out of new fashion media. Whilst the former draws attention to the role of
blogs in the creation of 'new types of spiritual, social and religious discourse', ...

Author : Djurdja Bartlett

Release : 2013-12-19

Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN : 0857853090

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The fashion media is in the midst of deep social and technological change. Including a broad range of case studies, from fashion plates to fashion films, and from fashion magazines to fashion blogs, this ground-breaking book provides an up-to-date examination of the role and significance of this field. Winner of the PCA/ACA Ray and Pat Browne Award for Best Edited Collection, Fashion Media includes chapters written by international scholars covering topics from historic magazine cultures and contemporary digital innovations to art and film, exploring themes such as gender, ethnicity, design, taste and authorship. Highlighting the complexity of processes that bind design, design, technology, society and identity together, Fashion Media will be of be essential reading for students of fashion studies, cultural studies, visual culture studies, design history, communications and art and design practice and theory.

Uncovering Lives

He says that in order to consider "the very first beginnings of my life . . . in an
objective fashion," "in order to assure for myself the necessary detachment and
calm," he has had to promise himself "that the results would not be published in
my ...

Author : Alan C. Elms

Release : 1997-05-01

Publisher : Oxford University Press

ISBN : 9780195354331

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Psychobiography is often attacked by critics who feel that it trivializes complex adult personalities, "explaining the large deeds of great individuals," as George Will wrote, "by some slight the individual suffered at a tender age--say, 7, when his mother took away a lollipop." Worse yet, some writers have clearly abused psychobiography--for instance, to grind axes from the right (Nancy Clinch on the Kennedy family) or from the left (Fawn Brodie on Richard Nixon)--and others have offered woefully inept diagnoses (such as Albert Goldman's portrait of Elvis Presley as a "split personality" and a "delusional paranoid"). And yet, as Alan Elms argues in Uncovering Lives, in the hands of a skilled practitioner, psychobiography can rival the very best traditional biography in the insights it offers. Elms makes a strong case for the value of psychobiography, arguing in large part from example. Indeed, most of the book features Elms's own fascinating case studies of over a dozen prominent figures, among them Sigmund Freud (the father of psychobiography), B.F. Skinner, Isaac Asimov, L. Frank Baum, Vladimir Nabokov, Jimmy Carter, George Bush, Saddam Hussein, and Henry Kissinger. These profiles make intriguing reading. For example, Elms discusses the fiction of Isaac Asimov in light of the latter's acrophobia (fear of heights) and mild agoraphobia (fear of open spaces)--and Elms includes excerpts from a series of letters between himself and Asimov. He reveals an unintended subtext of The Wizard of Oz--that males are weak, females are strong (think of Scarecrow, Tin Man, the Lion, and the Wizard, versus the good and bad witches and Dorothy herself)--and traces this in part to Baum's childhood heart disease, which kept him from strenuous activity, and to his relationship with his mother-in-law, Matilda Joslyn Gage, a distinguished advocate of women's rights. And in a fascinating chapter, he examines the abused childhood of Saddam Hussein, the privileged childhood of George Bush, and the radically different psychological paths that led these two men into the Persian Gulf War. Elms supports each study with extensive research, much of it never presented before--for instance, on how some of the most revealing portions of C.G. Jung's autobiography were deleted in spite of his protests before publication. Along the way, Elms provides much insight into how psychobiography is written. Finally, he proposes clear guidelines for judging high quality work, and offers practical tips for anyone interested in writing in this genre. Written with great clarity and wit, Uncovering Lives illuminates the contributions that psychology can make to biography. Elms's enthusiasm for his subject is contagious and will inspire would-be psychobiographers as well as win over the most hardened skeptics.

Uncovering Race

As Ilearned in Fresno, when I attempted to fashion a full-time beat around
covering blacks in the Central Valley, journeyman reporters who are black or
Latino usually have to prove their ability to cover such beats objectively, while
white ...

Author : Amy Alexander

Release : 2011-10-11

Publisher : Beacon Press

ISBN : 0807061018

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From an award-winning black journalist, a tough-minded look at the treatment of ethnic minorities both in newsrooms and in the reporting that comes out of them, within the changing media landscape. From the Rodney King riots to the racial inequities of the new digital media, Amy Alexander has chronicled the biggest race and class stories of the modern era in American journalism. Beginning in the bare-knuckled newsrooms of 1980s San Francisco, her career spans a period of industry-wide economic collapse and tremendous national demographic changes. Despite reporting in some of the country’s most diverse cities, including San Francisco, Boston, and Miami, Alexander consistently encountered a stubbornly white, male press corps and a surprising lack of news concerning the ethnic communities in these multicultural metropolises. Driven to shed light on the race and class struggles taking place in the United States, Alexander embarked on a rollercoaster career marked by cultural conflicts within newsrooms. Along the way, her identity as a black woman journalist changed dramatically, an evolution that coincided with sweeping changes in the media industry and the advent of the Internet. Armed with census data and news-industry demographic research, Alexander explains how the so-called New Media is reenacting Old Media’s biases. She argues that the idea of newsroom diversity—at best an afterthought in good economic times—has all but fallen off the table as the industry fights for its economic life, a dynamic that will ultimately speed the demise of venerable news outlets. Moreover, for the shrinking number of journalists of color who currently work at big news organizations, the lingering ethos of having to be “twice as good” as their white counterparts continues; it is a reality that threatens to stifle another generation of practitioners from “non-traditional” backgrounds. In this hard-hitting account, Alexander evaluates her own career in the context of the continually evolving story of America’s growing ethnic populations and the homogenous newsrooms producing our nation’s too often monochromatic coverage. This veteran journalist examines the major news stories that were entrenched in the great race debate of the past three decades, stories like those of Elián González, Janet Cooke, Jayson Blair, Tavis Smiley, the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina, and the election of Barack Obama. Uncovering Race offers sharp analysis of how race, gender, and class come to bear on newsrooms, and takes aim at mainstream media’s failure to successfully cover a browner, younger nation—a failure that Alexander argues is speeding news organizations’ demise faster than the Internet.

Uncovering Her Secrets

The board had told her in no uncertain terms they didn't want him, and after she'd
begged and Bill had given a recommendation, they'd agreed on the grounds that
should Preston erupt in his usual fashion, she'd be the sacrificial lamb Legal ...

Author : Amalie Berlin

Release : 2014-03-01

Publisher : Harlequin

ISBN : 1460328140

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A chance to make amends… Hiring her ex, the irresistible Dr. Preston Monroe, is Dr. Dasha Hardin's secret atonement for her unforgiveable past. A plan suddenly complicated by his touch, which still makes her heart zing! Preston must reluctantly trust Dasha and soon wants to discover more about this new feisty, vulnerable woman—the only woman with the strength to fight for his irredeemable soul….

Uncovering the Silveri Secret

He had always viewed her as the spoilt princess, the shallow socialite who spent
money like it was going out of fashion. When she was younger she had tried her
best to understand him. She had sensed the world he had come from was wildly
 ...

Author : Melanie Milburne

Release : 2013-01-22

Publisher : Harlequin

ISBN : 0373131208

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Heiress Bella Haverton is furious that her late father left everything to Edoardo Silveri--her family house, her financial guardianship and, most grating of all, the right to decide who and when she marries! Bella is determined to shake off the intolerable shackles. Her plan to confront Edoardo spins wildly out of control when she learns that the troubled boy her father adopted is now a commanding, enigmatic man--with lethal sex appeal! With her head warring against her traitorous body, it's time for Bella to uncover the secrets behind the man who controls her destiny....

Uncovering the Mystery of MPD

In either case, a batch of demons is always called up through an incantation and
delivered during the ritual in a most terrifying fashion to the child. Can you
imagine what would be going through the mind of that child? She has full
knowledge at ...

Author : James G. Friesen

Release : 1997-10-22

Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN : 1579100627

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In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Friesen uncovers the the spiritual and psychological implications for the treatment of Multiple Personality clients. A useful and educational source book for equipping Pastors, therapists and lay counselors in their understanding of Multiple Personality Disorder.

Tracking the Storm: Uncovering the Pattern to Great Crisis

... in similar fashion to the previous two crises. Using skillful campaign tactics, the
main Republican candidates presented themselves as the best solution to end
the Democratic control under President Buchanan who had done little to end the
 ...

Author : Carl E. Creasman Jr.

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Publisher : Lulu.com

ISBN : 0981463827

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Girl-swag

I'll help you learn to appreciate your genetic and cultural makeup while
expressing your authentic self—through your acceptance and confidence about
your body, your fashion style, and your personality style. Uncovering Your
Personal ...

Author : Chloe Taylor Brown

Release : 2013-05

Publisher : AuthorHouse

ISBN : 1481747932

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Girl-Swag is a fun, action oriented workbook that gets girls and ladies to value themselves more, accomplish their goals faster, and contribute greatly to their families, communities, and the world. Girl-Swag is a transformational training concept that is filled with strategies that can help get into action to: uncover your authentic self and gain confidence; transform your thoughts, dreams and goals by making it happen and turning your ideas into reality; make better decisions, communicate with others, build rapport, and use your resources more effectively; allow others to get to know the real you; create your life's vision statement leading you to your ideal life and dreams; make a difference in your life and the lives of others by allowing others to see all that you have to contribute to the world.

Choice

00 • 304 pp RESEARCH METHODS FOR THE FASHION INDUSTRY Judy
Zaccagnini Flynn , Irene M . Foster 978 - 1 - 56367 - 633 - 8 Softcover $ 94 . 00 .
352 pp OMSIBILITY . . MERE FASHIONING , UNCOVERING FASHION :
FASHION ...

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Release : 2009

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Fashion-ology

There are many interpretations of fashion, and I add another perspective to it by
viewing it as an institutionalized system. ... functions of things and the increased
understanding of society that functionalist analysis can bring by uncovering them.

Author : Yuniya Kawamura

Release : 2004-12-01

Publisher : Berg

ISBN : 1847886078

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This book provides a concise and much-needed introduction to the sociology of fashion. Most studies of fashion do not make a clear distinction between clothing and fashion. Kawamura argues that clothing is a tangible material product whereas fashion is a symbolic cultural product. She debunks the myth of the genius designer and explains, provocatively, that fashion is not about clothes but is a belief. There is an institutional structure, ignored by many fashion theorists, that has shaped and produced the fashion phenomenon. Kawamura further shows how the structural nature of the fashion system works to legitimize designers creativity and can make them successful. Newer fashion cities, such as Milan and New York, are the product of the fashion system that originated in Paris. Without that systemic structure, fashion culture would not exist. Fashion-ology provides a big picture approach that focuses on the social process behind fashion and its perpetuation.

The works of Robert Burns; with an account of his life, and a criticism on his writings. To which are prefixed, some observations on the character and condition of the Scottish peasantry. As ed. by J. Currie

Tentless . Heedless . Tirl . To make a slight noise , Teugh . Tough . to uncover .
Thack . Thatch ; thack an ' Tirlin . Uncovering . rape , clothing , necessaries . ... A
very old fashion of Thraw . To sprain , to twist , | female head - dress . to contradict
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Author : Robert Burns

Release : 1816

Publisher :

ISBN :

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Mademoiselle

The sense and Arts , July , getting the attention they of color and the relaxed look
of the fashions deserve . ... reading Mademoiselle , Clinton merely filled the White
House with all a rather cheap shot at Faludi's uncovering of but I especially ...

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Release : 1993-07

Publisher :

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