Fashion Foundations: Early Writings on Fashion and Dress

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Fashion Foundations
Early Writing on Fashion and Dress

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Kim K. P. Johnson, Susan J. Torntore and Joanne B. Eicher

Oxford • New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Dress, Body, Culture *
  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • References *
  • Part 1 - Dressing the Body 5
  • Dressing the Body 7
  • References *
  • 1 - Orginis and Motives 15
  • Of the Custom of Wearing Clothes *
  • The Significance of Clothes 18
  • Dress *
  • Customs and Beliefs: Ceremonial *
  • Dress *
  • References *
  • Costumes and Ideologies *
  • 2 - Physical Connections between the Body and Dress 37
  • The Psychology of Clothing *
  • References *
  • Microcosmus: An Essay concerning Man and His Relation to the World *
  • Some Aspects of the Early Sense of Self *
  • 3 - Health Issues and Dress Reform 51
  • Fashion in Deformity *
  • The Science of Dress *
  • The Reform Dress *
  • The Development and Function of Clothing *
  • Part 2 - Fashioning Identity 69
  • Fashioning Identity *
  • References 72
  • 4 - Establishing Identity 73
  • On Fashion *
  • Let Us Have a National Costume *
  • The Psychology of Woman's Dress *
  • 5 - Appearance Management 85
  • Remarks on the Psychology of Clothes *
  • Psychology of Dress *
  • Part 3 - The “f” Word 91
  • The “f” Word *
  • References *
  • 6 - Fashion as Change 97
  • Development in Dress *
  • References *
  • Badges and Costumes *
  • Fashion *
  • Motivation in Fashion *
  • References *
  • Fashion *
  • Some Conclusions *
  • 7 - Predicting Fashion Change 119
  • On the Nature of Fashion *
  • 8 - Fashion as Collective and Consumer Behavior 125
  • Fashion Movements *
  • Of the Influence of Custom and Fashion upon Our Notions of Beauty and Deformity *
  • The Economic Theory of Woman's Dress *
  • Dress as an Expression of the Pecuniary Culture *
  • A Psychological Analysis of Fashion Motivation *
  • Chronological Annotated Bibliography (1575–1940) 141
  • Index 153
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