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Christopher Bailey

Shonagh Marshall

Source: Fashion Photography Archive 2015

Designer Biography

Fashion’s Digital Body: Seeing and Feeling in Fashion Interactives

Eugenie Shinkle

Source: Fashion Media. Past and Present 2013

Book chapter

For many years, the photograph has been fashion’s primary media form. Over the past decade, however, the dissemination of fashion has grown to encompass much more than still images: it now includes films, podcasts, Web sites, sound works, online magazines and other forms—all increasingly articulated around virtual bodies and located in virtual spaces. These days, the launch of a collection by a major fashion house is accompanied by a cross-platform media experience: ‘streamed as a YouTube runway

Land of Hip and Glory: Fashioning the ‘Classic’ National Body

Alison Goodrum

Source: Dressed to Impress. Looking the Part 2011

Book chapter

The fashion brand Burberry with its signature check fabric has recently been labelled as the ‘spinster of the high-street’ (Independent on Sunday August 1998: 3). As an iconic British fashion label, such an association has far-reaching implications since this famous Burberry check, as a national symbol, is viewed as representing all that is backward-looking, stuffy and prim. From this, we see that representing ‘Britishness’ through the medium of clothes is a problematic task. The politics and plu

Burberry*

Alistair O’Neill

Source: The Berg Companion to Fashion 2010

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