Defining Dress: Dress As Object, Meaning, And Identity
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Defining Dress: Dress As Object, Meaning, And Identity

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Contained here is an attractive collection of essays, bringing together contemporary research into the history of dress. The essays reflect how garments may be researched as discrete objects, as part of consumer culture, and as components of created meaning which are expressive of personal identity and social belonging.
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published by Manchester University Press (first published July 7th 2000)
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