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by Susan J. Vincent

Author: Susan J. Vincent
Subcategory: Graphic Design
Language: English
Publisher: Berg Publishers (November 1, 2009)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Photo and Art
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The Anatomy of Fashion book.

The Anatomy of Fashion book. Clothes take the ordinary human body and fashion it into something. Susan J. Vincent points out that unlike other art forms, when we discuss clothing it is often in a way that renders its wearers somehow less intelligent, less rational, less sexy, less like us. Instead of presenting past fashions as ignorant or laughable, Vincent puts them in a historical context so we can see the purpose each piece of clothing served in its time (even if that purpose It’s rare for fashion to receive the same analysis and critique as the art, music, or literature of an era.

Clothes take the ordinary human body and fashion it into something remarkable. Born to the same anatomical legacy. Susan . incent is an honorary visiting fellow at the University of York. She is the author of Dressing the Elite: Clothes in Early Modern England (Berg, 2003).

Clothes take the ordinary human body and fashion it into something remarkable. Born to the same anatomical legacy, each generation has used garments to shape itself in the image of its own particular desires

Clothes take the ordinary human body and fashion it into something remarkable. Born to the same anatomical legacy, each generation has used garments to shape itself in the image of its own particular desires. Taking different body parts in turn, The Anatomy of Fashion invites us to view ourselves as we have been in the past. Arguing that analysis needs to aspire to the proliferation and playfulness of fashion itself, the chapters both explore a different aesthetic and examine its wider, and often surprising, implications

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Taking different body parts in turn, this book invites us to view ourselves as we have been in the . In its provocative conclusion The Anatomy of Fashion turns its attention to dress practices today.

Taking different body parts in turn, this book invites us to view ourselves as we have been in the past. Arguing that analysis needs to aspire to the proliferation and playfulness of fashion itself, it both explores a different aesthetic and examines its implications. Reassembling the anatomical parts, the text places the contemporary body in the historical view and reveals the strangeness that lies at the heart of our own normality.

Susan Vincent, The Anatomy of Fashion: Dressing the Body from the Renaissance to Today (New York: Berg .

Susan Vincent, The Anatomy of Fashion: Dressing the Body from the Renaissance to Today (New York: Berg Publishers, 2010). 16. On sumptuary legislation, see Jane Ashelford, Dress in the Age of Elizabeth (New York: Holmes & Meier, 1988);Google Scholar. For the popularity of the Griselda story in the Renaissance, see Judith Bronfman, Griselda, Renaissance Woman, in The Renaissance Englishwoman in Print: Counterbalancing the Canon, eds. Anne Haskelkorn and Betty Travitsky (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1990), 211–23.

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the muscles and the nude form. the works of many artists, including Leon-. ardo da Vinci (but not the Vitruvian man

Frampton kept a diary from a young age and in 1885, she published The Journal of Mary Frampton, From . Susan Vincent (15 January 2010). The Anatomy of Fashion: Dressing the Body from the Renaissance to Today. p. 14. ISBN 978-1-84520-764-9.

Frampton kept a diary from a young age and in 1885, she published The Journal of Mary Frampton, From The Year 1779 to Until The Year 1846. Her journal is regarded as a good source of Victorian Thought and details important events in British politics during her lifetime. Retrieved 30 October 2012. Ian Lopez; Jonathan Simon (1 July 2008).

Clothes take the ordinary human body and fashion it into something remarkable. Born to the same anatomical legacy, each generation has used garments to shape itself in the image of its own particular desires.

Taking different body parts in turn, The Anatomy of Fashion invites us to view ourselves as we have been in the past. Arguing that analysis needs to aspire to the proliferation and playfulness of fashion itself, the chapters both explore a different aesthetic and examine its wider, and often surprising, implications. In countless different ways, fashion is caught up in the larger picture of its chronological moment. Whether in the mechanisms of production, the politics of consumption, the construction of sexuality or gender, or the formation and reformation of manners and morals, fashion is there.

In its provocative conclusion The Anatomy of Fashion turns its attention to dress practices today. Reassembling the anatomical parts, the text places the contemporary body in the historical view and reveals the strangeness that lies at the heart of our own normality.