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100 ideas that changed fashion / Harriet Worsley
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Introduction -- No.1. Couture -- No.2. Celebrities -- No.3. The skirt suit -- No.4. The death of the corset -- No.5. The Delphos gown -- No.6. The bra -- No.7. The white wedding dress -- No.8. Royals and politicians -- No.9. Photographs in magazines -- No.10. Dance dress -- No.11. Modern travel -- No.12. Protest dress -- No.13. Bold prints -- No.14. Vogue -- No.15. Global influences -- No.16. D.I.Y. dressing -- No.17. Sunbathing -- No.18. Trousers for women -- No.19. Rayon -- No. 20. Costume jewellery -- No.21. The zip -- No.22. Military clothing -- No.23. The jumper -- No.24. False eyelashes -- No.25. Underwear as outerwear -- No.26. The clutch bag -- No.27. The wristwatch -- No.28. The bias cut -- No.29. Sport -- No.30. Chanel no. 5 -- No.31. Painted ladies -- No.32. The open shoe -- No.33. The little black dress -- No.34. Public nudity -- No.35. Androgyny -- No.36. The shoulder bag -- No.37. Sunglasses -- No.38. The shoulder pad -- No.39. Hollywood and the talkies -- No.40. Mass-manufacturing -- No.41. Surrealism -- No.42. Platforms and wedges -- No.43. Fashion show as theatrical spectacle -- No.44. Nylon -- No.45. The jumpsuit -- No.46. Rationing -- No.47. Make do and mend -- No.48. Dr. Martens boots -- No.49. Paris challenged -- No.50. The supermodel -- No.51. The bikini --
No.52. The new look -- No.53. Synthetics -- No.54. Teenage fashion -- No.55. The black leather jacket -- No.56. The t-shirt -- No.57. The stiletto -- No.58. Jeans -- No.59. Trainers -- No.60. Lycra -- No.61. Pop stars -- No.62. Mods -- No.63. Influential street fashion -- No.64. Op and pop art -- No.65. The mini -- No.66. Tights -- No.67. Space age -- No.68. Raw photography -- No.69. Tattoos -- No.70. The delicate knit dress -- No.71. Disposable fashion -- No.72. Hippies -- No.73. Body piercing -- No.74. Funk -- No.75. Hot pants -- No.76. Glam -- No.77. Low-key luxury -- No.78. Black is beautiful -- No.79. The thong -- No.80. Punk -- No.81. Computer technology -- No.82. New Romantics -- No.83. Calvin Klein underwear -- No.84. Hip hop -- No.85. Brand culture and logo worship -- No.86. Utilitarian bags -- No.87. Japanese design -- No.88. Streetwear -- No.89. Rave -- No.90. The Benetton advertising campaigns -- No.91. Deconstruction and Antwerp -- No.92. The internet -- No.93. The new purity -- No.94. The anti-brand -- No.95. Grunge -- No.96. The status handbag -- No.97. Performance fabrics -- No.98. Eternal youth -- No.99. Eco fashion -- No.100. Wearable electronics -- Further reading -- Acknowledgements.
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100 Ideas that Changed Fashion chronicles the most influential fashion ideas through which womenswear has evolved, offering a unique and engaging perspective on the subject.
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Print version: 1856697339 9781856697330 216 pages : illustrations (some color)
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