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  • Author:
    Lou Taylor
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    0719066387
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    Manchester University Press (May 7, 2004)
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    340 pages
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Lou Taylor, Christopher Breward, Bill Sherman. Over the past ten years the study of dress history has finally achieved academic respectability

Lou Taylor, Christopher Breward, Bill Sherman. Over the past ten years the study of dress history has finally achieved academic respectability. This book shows how the fields of dress history and dress studies are now benefitting from the adoption of new multi-disciplinary approaches and outlines the full range of these approaches which draw on material culture, ethnography, and cultural studies. Raises a series of frank and fresh issues surrounding approaches to the history of dress, including analysis of the academic gender and subject divides that have riven it in the past.

Lou Taylor is Professor of Dress and Textile History at the University of Brighton and author of Mourning Dress: a costume and social history (1983) and, with Elizabeth Wilson, Through the looking glass (1989)

Lou Taylor is Professor of Dress and Textile History at the University of Brighton and author of Mourning Dress: a costume and social history (1983) and, with Elizabeth Wilson, Through the looking glass (1989) -. Country of Publication. Manchester University Press.

This book, the sister publication to The Study of Dress History, is the first to detail the history of the collection, exhibition and museum interpretation of dress of all .

This book, the sister publication to The Study of Dress History, is the first to detail the history of the collection, exhibition and museum interpretation of dress of all kinds.

Statement of responsibility: by Chr. Dresser. 1st ed. Illustrated . Each plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress. Action: Design for Life Exhibit NK1535. D77 1876 ; plate 31 8/1997 through 2/1998 William E. Baxter Cooper Hewitt Stephen Van Dyk. Design for Life Exhibit. verso and 1st plate: Social art club.

Historical Studies of Fashion. The earliest books on fashion history published in Europe date back to the Renaissance and the early modern period. Between 1520 and 1610, over two hundred books on dress were published in Germany, Italy, France, and Holland. These little books, designed for wealthy consumers, contained wood-engraved plates and minimal text, often in Latin and were focused on contemporary clothing. The advent of conceptual fashion has triggered new analytical debate in studies by, for example, Caroline Evans, Jennifer Craik, Richard Martin, Joanne Entwhistle, and Christopher Breward.

The study of the history of clothing and textiles traces the development, use, and availability of clothing and textiles over human history. The variety and distribution of clothing and textiles within a society reveal social customs and culture.

This book, the sister publication to The Study of Dress History, is the first to detail the history of the collection, exhibition and museum interpretation of dress of all kinds. It examines the earliest European developments in dress history from the mid sixteenth century onwards, and explains the interest in dress collection and display both privately and in museums in Britain, France, the USA and Eastern Europe. Lou Taylor argues that only when women were permitted to be curators of dress within museums did the collection of all kinds of dress find its proper place in our museums of decorative arts, social history and ethnography. Chapters cover the current debates related to dress collecting in such institutions, including discussion of the return of sacred objects, the place of contemporary fashion within museums and issues of the commodification of collections and displays.