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Chic Thrills: A Fashion Reader by Juliet Ash
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Chic Thrills: A Fashion Reader (edition 2004)

by Juliet Ash, Elizabeth Wilson (Editor)

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This book aims to fill a major gap in fashion writing - between cultural theory and the diverse strands of the industry itself. The contributors draw material from throughout the world, covering such issues as: the relationship between black and non-European cultures to Western fashion; haute couture and street fashion; the ecological concerns of fashion; and the workers within the industry.… (more)
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Title:Chic Thrills: A Fashion Reader
Authors:Juliet Ash
Other authors:Elizabeth Wilson (Editor)
Info:Pandora Press (2004), Paperback, 272 pages
Collections:Sport and Exercise Sciences
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This book aims to fill a major gap in fashion writing - between cultural theory and the diverse strands of the industry itself. The contributors draw material from throughout the world, covering such issues as: the relationship between black and non-European cultures to Western fashion; haute couture and street fashion; the ecological concerns of fashion; and the workers within the industry.

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