Fashioning Gothic Bodies
This innovative book explores the role played by clothing in the discourses of the Gothic. It makes an explicit connection between the veils, masks and disguises of Gothic convention, and historically-specific fashion discourses, from the revealing chemise-dress popularized by Queen Marie Antoinette to the subcultural style of contemporary Goths. In so doing it sheds new l...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published September 4th 2004 by Manchester University Press
(first published May 7th 2004)
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