This Year's Model: Fashion, Media, and the Making of Glamour

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INDEX
Abercrombie & Fitch, 30
advertising: changing strategy of, 16, 23, 40, 42, 54–55, 161, 165, 268 (see also brands and branding); and display as uncovering (Gilbert-Rolfe), 97–98; duplicate advertising for black consumers, 217, 221–222; early print, 84–85; ethnic style, 231; historical expansion of, 117; increased use of models, 86, 117; the “pseudo-event” as “reality marketing” (Grazian), 177, 178; racial stereotypes and, 221, 232
aesthetic considerations, 62, 112, 114, 115; and model size, 124–125, 126; and race, 216, 225, 236, 241–242
“aesthetic markets” (Entwistle), 195
affect economy, 143, 145, 147, 155, 165, 184, 211, 225. See also labor: affective
“affective reconnaissance” (Dowling), 167, 269
affective turn (in scholarship), 267
affectivity, 5,12–13,16, 60,142, 246, 248, 262, 266, 268, 270, 277; and advertising, 42, 58; and attachment, 19, 63, 75, 248; contagion of, in fashion, 14,15, 26, 167, 260; interpersonal, 269, 270, 273; and media expansion, 44; and models’ work, 80, 105, 106, 166, 170; and need for “quirkiness,” 147; and television, 56, 63; volatility of, 142, 156, 168, 170, 188, 262
affect studies, 15, 267, 271–272
agencies, modeling, 25, 44, 45, 117, 170, 217; all-black, 217; “annuals” of, 27, 125, 126, 131; black agencies and respectability politics, 221–222; control over and treatment of models, 141–142; expanding number of, 117; expenditures, 190; “mother agency” system, 191; part-time work and black modeling through, 223; “poaching” of models, 45; professionalization of models, 117–119; startup expenses for models, 204; and stylists, 169. See also models, personal lives of
The Agency (television show), 182
agency “annuals,” 27, 125, 126, 131
aging of models, 2, 100–101. See also models: age appearance of
Agins, Teri, 41
Albert, Prince of Monaco, 36
Alexander, J., 230
Alt, Carol, 167
Altman, Robert, 36
Amazonian. See glamazon/glamazonian America’s Next Top Model (television reality show), 182, 213, 230, 235; Nintendo’s Wii version, 213
AmosnAndy, 221
Anderson, Pamela, 252
André J. (drag queen), 197
Anna Z., 254
anorexic (look), 20, 157,194
Antoine (casting director), 216
apartments, temporary, for models, 32, 257
Armani, Giorgio, 42
Arnault, Bernard (“Wolfin Cashmere”), 41

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