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FASHION 2012 CATALOGUE Berg • Fairchild Books • A&C Black

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CONTENTS

KEY:

World Fashion: Reference

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World Fashion

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Methodology and Theory: Reference

5

Methodology and Theory: Key Textbooks

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Methodology and Theory

8

Fashion Business

9

Retailing

11

Visual Merchandising

12

Fashion Marketing

13

Construction, Fitting and Pattern-Making

14, 18-19

Draping

14, 18-19

Textiles

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Fashion Design and Illustration

16, 20

Professional Development

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Fashion History

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Fashion and Culture

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Journals

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W O R L D FA S H I O N : R E F E R E N C E Berg Fashion Library WINNER OF: 2011 Dartmouth Medal for Outstanding Reference | ALA Outstanding Reference Source | Bookseller FutureBook Award for Best Website | Independent Publishers Guild Frankfurt Book Fair Digital Award | Highly Commended ALPSP Certificate for Publishing Innovation 2011 | Booklist Editor’s Choice 2011 Incorporating the Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion, this unique online portal is the leading source of information for anyone working on dress or fashion. The Berg Fashion Library offers users cross-searchable access to an expanding range of essential resources. The Berg Fashion Library is updated at least three times a year to keep students, scholars, and professionals at the cutting edge of their subject. Key Content: • The Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion online – updated twice a year • NEW! Lesson plans with links through to online content • Online exclusive articles available only to subscribers • E-book collection: full text of c. 70 Berg fashion e-books with regular updates • An extensive colour image bank with thumbnails that link through to enhanced content. This includes: - 1,600 images from the V&A Museum’s internationally renowned fashion collection - NEW! 500 images (of a total of 2,000 to come) from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Collection

Key content coming in 2012: • New online exclusive articles and e-books • More lesson plans and other teaching resources • Content from the Commercial Pattern Archive (CoPA) • Content from the McInerney Archive • More images from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute collection

- 600 images from MoMu Fashion Museum, Belgium - 230 sample images from collections including the London College of Fashion and The Museum at FIT - 2,000 images from the print Encyclopedia • Links to e-journals: cross-searchable functionality with Berg fashion e-journals Fashion Theory, Fashion Practice and Textile for mutual subscribers

REGISTER NOW FOR A FREE TRIAL!

• NEW! Links at article level with Oxford Art Online

Free 30-day trials are available to institutions and organizations wishing to preview the Berg Fashion Library.

• Classic and Modern Writings on Fashion: 67 seminal pieces on fashion, including classic and contemporary essays and primary sources

Berg Fashion Library is distributed by Oxford University Press.

• Extra reference sources, such as the A-Z of Fashion* and The Dictionary of Fashion History by Valerie Cumming, C.W. Cunnington and P.E. Cunnington

Customers in North and South America contact us at oxfordonline@oup.com.

• Museum Directory • Specially-created taxonomy guides users to the information they need, and allows them to refine by place, period, themes, textiles and much more

Customers outside North and South America contact us at freetrials@oup.com.

* All material from The A-Z of Fashion is © The Gale Group; updates supplied by Berg where indicated.

The Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion is also available in print as a set or now also as individual volumes. Please see pages 2-3 to find out more.

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W O R L D FA S H I O N : R E F E R E N C E

Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion Editor-in-Chief: Joanne B. Eicher, University of Minnesota

INDIVIDUAL VOLUMES NOW AVAILABLE!

Africa Edited by Joanne B. Eicher and Doran H. Ross , Fowler Museum, University of California Lavishly illustrated with over 300 images – most previously unpublished – Africa examines past and present dress practices, including the ornamental and symbolic meaning of body decoration, the historical significance of cloth and textiles, and the ancient trading relationships and migrations that have shaped Africa’s complex material culture. October 2011 • 608pp • 301 bw illus • 280 x 210mm • HB • 978 1 84788 390 2 • £135.00

Latin America and the Caribbean Edited by Margot Blum Schevill, Textiles and Folk Art Consultant Covering an area of spectacularly diverse topography and climate, from arid Mexican deserts to tropical islands and from Amazonian rainforests to the high Andes, this volume explores the dress traditions of the many peoples inhabiting Latin America and the Caribbean. With over 250 images, Latin America and the Caribbean is an invaluable reference tool and an essential starting point for anyone wishing to learn about the importance of dress to this vibrant region. October 2011 • 512pp • 253 bw illus • 280 x 210mm • HB • 978 1 84788 391 9 • £135.00

The United States and Canada Edited by Phyllis G. Tortora, Queens College, City University of New York This volume explores the region’s varied terrains and climates and how they have contributed to the emergence of vastly different sartorial styles, from cowboy dress and blue jeans to snow goggles and carnival costume. The splendid dress cultures and heritages of First Nation Peoples and African Americans are covered in depth, together with their influence on mainstream fashion. Hispanic and Jewish cultural traditions are also fully explored, while “Snapshots” provide briefer overviews of the dress practices of a surprising range of cultural and social groups in the region, from the Amish to drag queens. October 2011 • 640pp • 342 bw illus • 280 x 210mm • HB • 978 1 84788 392 6 • £135.00

South Asia and Southeast Asia Edited by Jasleen Dhamija, Independent Scholar South Asia and Southeast Asia explores this land of sharp contrasts, from the glamour of Bollywood to the vast garment industry, from ritual cross-dressing to Vietnamese fashion designers, and from Bhutanese wedding costumes to Mahatma Gandhi’s use of cloth as a powerful political statement. In so doing, it provides an enticing overview of a region of magnificently rich clothing and textile traditions. October 2011 • 528pp • 233 bw illus • 280 x 210mm • HB • 978 1 84788 393 3 • £135.00

A L S O AVA I L A B L E Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion 10-volume set “An absolutely absorbing resource ... It was a joy!” Reference Reviews

2011 Dartmouth Medal for Outstanding Reference | ALA Outstanding Reference Source | Booklist Editor’s Choice 2011

July 2010 • 6,000pp • 280x210mm • 2,000 bw illus • HB SET 978 1 84788 104 5 • £1,300

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W O R L D FA S H I O N : R E F E R E N C E Central and Southwest Asia Edited by Gillian Vogelsang-Eastwood, Textile Research Centre and the National Museum of Ethnology, Leiden Central and Southwest Asia explores dress history and practices throughout the vast area linking central Asia to the Eastern Mediterranean. This volume is the only major work to cover the full range of dress across this region, from the historic Silk Road, which played a vital role in linking dress and textile traditions in the area, to topics rarely before investigated, such as Kurdish dress, the role of the hajj market, and Afghan fashion shows. October 2011 • 544pp • 212 bw illus • 280 x 210mm • HB • 978 1 84788 394 0 • £135.00

East Asia Edited by John E. Vollmer, Vollmer Cultural Consultants Inc. This volume provides a comprehensive overview of the region, followed by separate sections on China, Korea, and Japan. The section on China covers the Han people, China’s ethnic majority, as well as most of China’s fifty-five minority groups. Festive dress, China’s reputation for distinctive hairstyling, and a wide range of adornments linked to ancient beliefs and traditions are all covered. Overviews of Tibet, Mongolia, and Taiwan are included as well. October 2011 • 480pp • 197 bw illus • 280 x 210mm • HB • 978 1 84788 395 7 • £135.00

Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands Edited by Margaret Maynard, University of Queensland Collectively, the Pacific Islands, Australia and New Zealand represent a varied and culturally complex region. It is home to peoples leading time-honoured ways of life, those gradually accepting cultural changes and those inhabiting industrialized society and engaging with all the trappings of the modern world. The influence of colonialism, trade, Aboriginal and Pacific Islander heritage, and the significance of the environment on bodily adornment are some of topics thoroughly addressed in this volume, which provides general overviews of the dress practices of the region’s various peoples. October 2011 • 576pp • 216 bw illus • 280 x 210mm • HB • 978 1 84788 396 4 • £135.00

West Europe Edited by Lise Skov, Copenhagen Business School This volume examines the complex strands that make up the European tradition of dress and fashion. Europe’s varied landscapes and climates have influenced ways of dressing, as have continental and regional historical movements. Mainstream topics such as the changing shape of the female form are analyzed alongside current issues: ethics in the fashion industry, intelligent textiles, and subcultural dress, for example. Articles are illustrated by images ranging from exquisite couture creations to caricatures lampooning the extravagant follies of history’s “fashion victims.” October 2011 • 592pp • 212 bw illus • 280 x 210mm • HB • 978 1 84788 397 1 • £135.00

East Europe, Russia, and the Caucasus Edited by Djurdja Bartlett, London College of Fashion From the Baltic to the Balkans, and from Siberia to the Caucasus, this landmark volume is the first major reference work to provide a comprehensive overview of dress within this vast and complex region. Broad surveys of individual countries are supplemented with case studies focusing more narrowly on people, practices, and objects to provide both range and depth. October 2011 • 592pp • 212 bw illus • 280 x 210mm • HB • 978 1 84788 398 8 • £135.00

Global Perspectives Edited by Joanne B. Eicher, University of Minnesota Global Perspectives provides a transnational overview of dress within the global arena. A wide range of topics, such as “intelligent” textiles, the “cosplay” phenomenon, second-hand clothing and eco-fashion, beads or perfume, are situated within a global context. The volume also includes an informative section on dress and fashion resources worldwide, including museum collections. October 2011 • 624pp • 136 bw illus • 280 x 210mm • HB • 978 1 84788 399 5 • £135.00

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W O R L D FA S H I O N Fashion and Orientalism

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Dress, Textiles and Culture from the 17th to the 21st Century Adam Geczy In this timely and groundbreaking book, the author shows the extent of the influence that the Orient had, and continues to have, on fashion. From pre-modern to contemporary times, the book demonstrates that in the realms of fashion the Orient is not simply a construction or a fascination of the imperial West with its eastern other. Exploring topics including Chinoiserie, masquerade, bohemianism, Japonisme, the ‘de-Orientalisation’ of the Orient, perfume, and the birth of couture, Fashion and Orientalism is an essential read for students and scholars of fashion, cultural studies and history. Adam Geczy is an artist and writer, and Senior Lecturer at Sydney College of the Arts, a faculty of the University of Sydney. August 2012 • 256pp • 234 x 156mm • 44 bw illus PB • 978 1 84788 599 9 • £19.99

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Fashioning Japanese Subcultures

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Yuniya Kawamura Geographically and stylistically defined, subcultures such as Lolita in Harajuku, Gyaru and Gyaru-o in Shibuya, Agejo in Shinjuku and Mori Girl in Kouenji, reflect the affiliation and identities of their members, and have often blurred the boundary between professionals and amateurs for models, photographers, merchandisers and designers. Based on insightful ethnographic fieldwork in Tokyo, Fashioning Japanese Subcultures is the first theoretical and analytical study on Japan’s contemporary youth subcultures and their stylistic expressions. Yuniya Kawamura is Associate Professor of Sociology at the Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York. July 2012 • 256pp • 234 x 156mm • 30 colour illus PB • 978 1 84788 947 8 • £17.99

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Japanese Fashion Designers The Work and Influence of Issey Miyake, Yohji Yamamoto and Rei Kawakubo Bonnie English Based on twelve years of research, this book provides a richly detailed and uniquely comprehensive view of the work of these three key designers. It outlines their major contributions and the subsequent impact that their work has had upon the next generation of fashion and textile designers around the world. Designers discussed include: Issey Miyake, Yohji Yamamoto, Rei Kawakubo, Naoki Takizawa, Dai Fujiwara, Junya Watanabe, Tao Kurihara, Jun Takahashi, Yoshiki Hishinuma, Junichi Arai, Reiko Sudo & the Nuno Corporation, Makiko Minagawa, Hiroshi Matsushita, Martin Margiela, Ann Demeulemeester, Dries Van Noten, Walter Beirendonck, Dirk Bikkembergs, Alexander McQueen, Hussein Chalayan and Helmut Lang. Bonnie English is Associate Professor in Art and Design Theory at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Brisbane. August 2011 • 192pp • 244 x 172mm • 24 colour and 40 bw illus

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M E T H O D O LO G Y A N D T H E O R Y: R E F E R E N C E Creative Industries Critical Readings Edited by Brian Moeran and Ana Alacovska Creative Industries: Critical Readings brings together the key writings – drawing on both journals and books – to present an authoritative and wide-ranging survey of this emerging field of study.

Covers a broad range of industries including fashion, crafts, art, advertising, computer games, film, journalism, museums, music and publishing

The set is presented with an introduction and the writings are divided into four volumes, organized thematically: Volume 1: Concepts: focuses on the concept of creativity and the development of government and industry interest in creative industries Volume 2: Economy: maps the role and function of creative industries in the economy at large Volume 3: Organization: examines the ways in which creative institutions organize themselves Volume 4: Work: addresses issues of creative work, labour and careers This major reference work will be invaluable to scholars in economics, cultural studies, sociology, media studies and organization studies. Brian Moeran is Professor and Director of the Creative Encounters Research Programme, Copenhagen Business School. Ana Alacovska is at Copenhagen Business School.

November 2011 1,600pp • 244 x 172mm HB • Set 978 1 84788 778 8 • £550.00

BESTSELLERS The Berg Companion to Fashion Edited by Valerie Steele “The Berg Companion to Fashion is the title to get.” Library Journal “Recommended for reference collections.” Booklist Online 2010 • 800pp • 244 x 189mm • 150 bw illus, 32pp colour plate section PB • 978 1 84788 563 0 • £29.99 HB • 978 1 84788 592 0 • £75.00

Fashion Critical and Primary Sources Edited by Peter McNeil “This excellent, accessible introduction to many of the most important trends in modern fashion studies will serve as an invaluable research tool for students just starting in the field.” CHOICE Magazine 2009 • 1,632pp • 244 x 172mm HB • Set 978 1 84788 292 9 • £550.00

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M E T H O D OLOGY AND THEORY: KEY TEX TBOOKS The Fashion Reader TEXTBOOK

2nd Edition Edited by Linda Welters and Abby Lillethun Praise for the 1st edition:

“A panoramic collection of current and classic texts and an excellent introduction to fashion . . . from history, cultural identity, gender, through to the business, economics, manufacturing and marketing of fashion.” Pammi Sinha, University of Manchester

“A useful starting point that demonstrates the richness of the subject, indicates the diverse themes to be explored, and the variety of approaches it is possible to take in examining both contemporary and historical fashion.” Costume

February 2011 736pp • 244 x 189mm 100 bw illus PB • 978 1 84788 589 0 • £24.99

This new edition of a bestselling textbook is designed for students, scholars, and anyone interested in contemporary fashion. The book brings together the key writings on the subject, covering the history, culture, and business of fashion.

HB • 978 1 84788 590 6 • £75.00

New to this edition: • All sections are revised and updated • 7 new sections on Psychology, Sustainability, Communications, Design, Ethnicity, Merchandising, and the Fashion Business • New essays covering fashion history from Antiquity to the Renaissance • Twice as many illustrations • Expanded by 50% (256pp)

The essays are drawn from a wide range of sources – books, professional and academic journals, magazines, interviews, and exhibition catalogues. Each section is specially introduced and concludes with guides to further reading. • Covers all aspects of fashion, from history to theory, from politics to psychology, from design to merchandising • Students are given further support with a wealth of images, as well as Guides to Further Reading and Questions

Linda Welters is Professor of Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design at the University of Rhode Island. Abby Lillethun is Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Design at Montclair State University.

CONTENTS SUMMARY General Introduction • A Brief History of Fashion • Fashion Theory • Psychology of Fashion • Fashion and Identity • Fashion: Space and Place • Ethnicity, Culture and Dress • Politics of Fashion • Fashion and the Body • Fashion and Art • Fashion, Media and Communication • From Haute Couture to the Street • Design and Manufacture • Marketing and Merchandising • The Fashion Business and Global Economics • Future of Fashion • Bibliography • Index

BESTSELLER Fashion The Key Concepts Jennifer Craik “Refreshing approach and lucid analysis ... essential reading.” Claire Wilcox, V&A Museum 2009 • 135 bw illus • 396pp • 244 x 189mm PB • 978 1 84520 452 5 • £17.99

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M E T H O D O LO G Y A N D T H E O R Y: K E Y T E X T B O O K S Doing Research in Fashion and Dress An Introduction to Qualitative Methods Yuniya Kawamura

An ideal first text for students undertaking research for the first time

This book is specifically devoted to qualitative research methods in fashion studies. It traces the history of fashion studies and provides readers with a guided introduction to the entire research process. It gives an overview of the key methodological approaches such as ethnography, semiology, and object-based research, and shows the student reader how “to do” research by combining theoretical and practical perspectives. Yuniya Kawamura is Associate Professor of Sociology at the Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York. February 2011 • 192pp • 234 x 156mm PB • 978 1 84788 582 1 • £17.99

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Visual Research Methods in Fashion Julia Gaimster Visual Research Methods in Fashion provides students with techniques, tools and inspiration to master their visual research skills and make the research that they undertake more effective. Illustrated with real-life examples from practitioners in the industry, academics and students, it focuses on the global nature of the industry and the need to develop ideas relevant to the market. Julia Gaimster is Head of eLearning at the London College of Fashion. May 2011 • 352pp • 244 x 189mm • 120 bw and 32 colour illus PB • 978 1 84788 381 0 • £24.99 HB • 978 1 84788 382 7 • £70.00

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Costing for the Fashion Industry Michael Jeffrey and Nathalie Evans Costing for the Fashion Industry offers a clear, concise examination of the issues involved in budgeting and costing for the rapidly changing fashion industry. Accessibly written and designed specifically for the teaching of fashion-related subjects, it encourages a realistic awareness of costing, manufacture and sourcing. Each chapter focuses on a theme such as the changing nature of cost and of the industry, time constraints, global awareness and new markets, and product cost and sourcing. The chapters include exercises to reinforce learning, as well as case studies and guides to further learning. Michael Jeffrey is Head of the Department of Food and Tourism Management (previously Principal Lecturer) in the Department of Clothing Design and Technology at Manchester Metropolitan University. Nathalie Evans is Senior Lecturer, Department of Clothing Design and Technology, Manchester Metropolitan University. April 2011 • 192pp • 244 x 189mm PB • 978 1 84788 259 2 • £19.99

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METHODOLOGY AND THEORY Fashion Trends

An essential text for students of fashion and design

Analysis and Forecasting Eundeok Kim, Ann Marie Fiore and Hyejeong Kim

This text is designed to introduce undergraduate students to the central concepts of fashion trends and forecasting. It provides them with a contextual overview that considers the roles of both consumers and industry personnel, as well as the impact of current sustainability and ethical considerations on shaping trends. • Each chapter contains definitions of key concepts and terms, overviews of relevant theories, examples, in-class activities, and boxed case studies illustrating key themes and concepts • Includes discussion questions and guides to further reading

SERIES: Understanding Fashion

Eundeok Kim is Associate Professor in the Department of Retail Merchandising and Product Development at Florida State University. Ann Marie Fiore is Professor in the Department of Apparel Educational Studies and Hospitality Management at Iowa State University. Hyejeong Kim is Assistant Professor in the Department of Consumer Affairs at Auburn University. October 2011 • 192pp • 244 x 172mm • 35 bw illus PB • 978 1 84788 293 6 • £17.99 HB • 978 1 84788 294 3 • £55.00

Color and Design

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Edited by Marilyn DeLong and Barbara Martinson Through highly engaging contributions from a wide range of international scholars and practitioners, Color and Design explores colour as an individual and cultural phenomenon, as a pragmatic device for communication, and as a valuable marketing tool. The book provides a comprehensive overview for scholars and an accessible text for students on a range of courses within design, fashion, cultural studies, anthropology, sociology and visual and material culture. Marilyn DeLong is Professor of Apparel Studies, College of Design, University of Minnesota. Barbara Martinson is Professor of Graphic Design, College of Design, University of Minnesota.

CONTENTS SUMMARY Introduction • Seeing Colour • Colour in the Designed Environment • Issues in Colour and Design Practice and Research Applications • Colour Relationships • Organizational Strategies • The Social Politics of White • What Colour is Sustainability? • Colour and Cultural Identity in Ireland • The Use and Function of Colour in Firefighter Clothing • Blood Red, Pure White and Soothing Green • Colour Continuity and Change in Korean Culture • Exploring the Colours of Turkish Culture • Subversion Through Colour • Seasonal Colours • Methodology to Analyze and Predict In-depth Impressions of Colour and Design on the Basis of Concept Networks • Colour Ambiance in Interiors • Identifying Colour Trends in Contemporary City Brands • Colour and Community Involvement • The Significance of the Model’s Colours and Textures in Expectations for the Artifact • Colour and Computer-Aided Design • Technology and Personalization • Index

September 2012 • 224pp • 244 x 172mm • 30 bw and 32 colour illus PB • 978 1 84788 951 5 • £19.99

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BESTSELLER The Language of Fashion Roland Barthes Edited by Michael Carter 2006 • 224pp • 216 x 138mm PB • 978 1 84520 380 1 • £10.99 HB • 978 1 84520 379 5 • £48.00

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The Business of Fashion: Designing, Manufacturing and Marketing, 4th Edition Leslie Davis Burns, Kathy K. Mullet and Nancy O. Bryant • Includes updated information on the global textile, apparel, and retail industries • Discussion of sustainable practices and globalization incorporated throughout the text • Features: learning activities; case studies; career profiles; glossary of terms This authoritative text examines how fashion apparel and accessories are designed, manufactured, marketed and distributed. It focuses on the organization and operation of the US textiles and fashion industry and the role of these industries within a global context. Leslie Davis Burns, Kathy K. Mullet and Nancy O. Bryant are based at Oregon State University. November 2011 • 640pp • 187 x 235mm • 8pp full colour PB • 978 1 60901 110 9 • £60.00

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The Rise of Fashion and Lessons Learned at Bergdorf Goodman

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Ira Neimark “Anyone interested in the fashion business would be wise to read this book and learn.” Calvin Klein

The legendary leader of fashion luxury retail Ira Neimark accounts through personal anecdotes not only how he and his talented fashion and merchandising team brought Bergdorf Goodman to its fashion leadership position, but also how and why Bergdorf helped build the fashion industry during one of the most exciting periods in fashion history – the late Sixties through to the early Nineties. Ira Neimark is former Chair and CEO of Bergdorf Goodman. January 2012 • 322pp • 152 x 229mm HB • 978 1 60901 318 9 • £20.00

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Fashion Forward: A Guide to Fashion Forecasting Chelsea Rousso NEW! • Chapter overviews and interviews with forecasting professionals start each chapter • Activities and discussion topics encourage experimentation with conceptual ideas and refine skills to continue forecasting • End-of-chapter elements include summary and review, list of terms used in chapter, discussion ideas for group learning, in-class activities and assignment ideas for outside the classroom • Covers career options in the forecasting field • Includes examples of completed presentation boards Fashion Forward: A Guide to Fashion Forecasting demystifies this exciting career and fosters skills and instincts that will benefit any design professional. The book begins with an overview of fashion forecasting theory and concepts and then leads readers through a step-by-step guide to creating and presenting a forecast. Chelsea Rousso is based at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. May 2012 • 288pp • 279 x 216mm • full colour PB • 978 1 56367 924 7 • £50.00

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Fashion: The Industry and Its Careers, 2nd Edition Michele M. Granger NEW! • Covers a wide range of careers – including textile manufacturer, wholesaler and illustrator – as well as areas such as design and modelling • Provides all the essential information that will help readers not only to land a job in the competitive fashion industry, but to progress within it Fashion: The Industry and Its Careers explores all fashion careers, the education and training required for each position, and how it relates to the fashion industry as a whole. Michele M. Granger is based at Missouri State University. July 2012 • 432pp • 255 x 205mm • PB • 978 1 60901 225 0 • £60.00

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In Fashion, 2nd Edition Elaine Stone • New and completely revised, providing the most up-to-date introduction to the fashion industry • Includes hundreds of full colour photographs highlighting the people, principles, practices and techniques of the business • Chapters summarize historical and contemporary background of the fashion industry • End of chapter elements include: list of key terms, review questions, projects/assignments, additional readings This second edition of Elaine Stone’s best-selling text, In Fashion, offers a clear introduction to the fashion industry that is as dynamic as the business itself. Through concise language and full-colour photographs, the book provides students with an overview of fashion, from its history, cyclical nature, and development to the materials, producers, and retailers who impact the business on a global level. Elaine Stone is Professor Emerita, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York. October 2011 • 384pp • 216 x 279mm • full colour illus • PB • 978 1 60901 222 9 • £60.00

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Fashion Entrepreneurship: Retail Business Planning, 2nd Edition NEW! Michele M. Granger and Tina Sterling

• New chapter devoted exclusively to building a business using the web • New industry examples of fashion retailers and case studies reflect coverage of current global markets • Profiles of global fashion entrepreneurs address real-world issues in business • Added discussion of the beauty industry, glossary of key terms and appendices, including Sample Business Plan • Includes end-of-chapter exercises, and updated companion CD-ROM featuring business and financial plan templates Written by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs, Fashion Entrepreneurship serves as a step-bystep guide to starting a fashion retail business. Using a hypothetical business plan that builds progressively with each chapter, the book offers a real-world practical framework for building a successful retail venture and creating a business plan. Michele M. Granger is based at Missouri State University. Tina Sterling is the owner of CēChange, LLC. November 2011 • 448pp • 279 x 216mm • colour illus • PB • 978 1 60901 134 5 • £50.00

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Going Global: The Textile and Apparel Industry, 2nd Edition

CONTENTS SUMMARY Introduction to Globalization • Textile and Apparel Supply Matrix • Consumption and Well-Being • Developing Sustainable Supply Chains • Global Sourcing• Trade Barriers and Regulation • Illegal and Unethical Trade Activity• Politics and Political Positioning • Europe and the European Union • The Americas and the Caribbean Basin • Asia and Oceania • The Middle East and Africa

Grace I. Kunz and Myrna B. Garner Going Global: The Textile and Apparel Industry, Second Edition examines the global sourcing of textiles and apparel in the context of corporate responsibility for the sustainability of supply chains. Grace I. Kunz is Professor Emerita at Iowa State University. Myrna B. Garner is Professor Emerita at Illinois State University. New to this Edition: • Includes more cultural information about the countries covered March 2011 464pp • 235 x 187mm 8pp colour illus PB • 978 1 60901 106 2 • £55.00

• Expanded and updated content regarding consumption and counterfeiting • Expanded and updated discussion of ethics and social responsibility, trade agreements, and the role of China and other emerging countries in the international apparel industry • Updated case studies and Learning Activities throughout

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Retail Buying: From Basics to Fashion, 4th Edition

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Richard Clodfelter • Includes companion CD-ROM with pre-loaded spreadsheets, referenced throughout • New contemporary retailing examples in end-of-chapter ‘Snapshot’ and ‘Trendwatch’ case studies • Includes step-by-step instructions for typical buying tasks Retail Buying, Fourth Edition provides students with the skills needed to become a successful buyer in any area of retail. Richard Clodfelter is based at the University of South Carolina, Columbia. August 2012 • 560pp • 244 x 189mm • PB • 978 1 60901 277 9 • £55.00

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Retail Advertising and Promotion Jay Diamond • Features practical information on planning and budgeting, as well as how to work with advertising agencies • Includes timely projects and exercises that ask students to apply the concepts in practical ways • Provides case studies, as well as articles from journals and trade periodicals Retail Advertising and Promotion explores how today’s retailers can effectively reach their existing consumer base, attract new shoppers to their companies, and turn those shoppers into customers. The only advertising book that focuses specifically on the retail industry and covering all forms of advertising media – from newspapers and magazines to television and radio, outdoor advertising, and the Internet – the book provides an overview of advertising and promotion as they relate to retailing, including historical perspectives, ethics, regulations, and current trends. Jay Diamond is Professor Emeritus at Nassau Community College. June 2011 • 448pp • 216 x 279mm • colour illus • PB • 978 1 56367 898 1 • £65.00

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Retailing in Emerging Markets

Retailing N E W ! Principles: A Global Outlook, 2nd Edition

INCLUDES: Instructor’s Guide and PowerPoint presentation

Jaya Halepete • Includes case studies that apply chapters’ main concepts to real-life situations

Lynda Gamans Poloian • Reflects current trends and conditions, providing cutting-edge information on the global retail industry

• Provides chapter objectives • Contributions from retail experts from each of the featured countries infuse each chapter with local perspective • Comprehensive glossary of key terms is included

What is retailing today? Who are the key players and how do they operate? And what will happen tomorrow? Retailing Principles: A Global Outlook addresses these questions and more. This Second Edition has been thoroughly updated to reflect current trends and conditions, providing students will all the essential information to thrive in the global retail environment.

Retailing in Emerging Markets provides an in-depth study of the retail landscape within Brazil, Romania, China, India, Russia, Turkey, Thailand, and Mexico with an emphasis on the apparel and beauty markets. Each chapter focuses on one of the countries, discussing the organization of its retail industry, analyzing consumer behavior, and presenting strategies for entering the market effectively.

Lynda Gamans Poloian was the former Director of the Fashion Merchandising Program at Southern New Hampshire University.

Jaya Halepete is an independent scholar. August 2011 • 352pp • 152 x 229mm • colour illus

December 2012 • 624pp • 280 x 215mm

PB • 978 1 60901 128 4 • £35.00

HB • 978 1 56367 742 7 • £60.00

VISUAL MERCHANDISING INCLUDES: Instructor’s Guide and PowerPoint presentation

Silent Selling: Best Practices and Effective Strategies in Visual Merchandising, 4th Edition

INCLUDES: Instructor’s Guide and PowerPoint presentation

• Updated chapters on lighting, fixtures, and point-of-purchase displays reflect the latest technology • More than 300 full-colour photos and drawings of store display windows and interiors, exhibits, fixtures, floor plans, and more

• Full-colour illustrations throughout

The Fourth Edition of Silent Selling teaches the best practices in visual merchandising as currently applied by professionals in the retail industry, providing readers with the knowledge and skills to create retail environments that sell. Judith Bell is the Group Manager of Creative Merchandising Solutions for Target. Kate Ternus is an independent scholar. November 2011 • 416pp • 216 x 279mm • 16pp full colour PB • 978 1 60901 153 6 • £55.00

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Martin M. Pegler

Judith Bell and Kate Ternus

• Includes case studies and statements by visual merchandising experts

Visual Merchandising and Display, 6th Edition

• A ‘Go Green’ feature in most chapters applies concepts in environmentally friendly ways – with special focus on re-purpose, re-use, recycle This new edition of the bestselling text is for anyone in merchandising, from store planners and manufacturers to visual merchandisers, and includes a new section on sustainability. Martin M. Pegler is Professor Emeritus at the Fashion Institute of Technology. January 2012 • 448pp • colour illus • 279 x 216mm PB • 978 1 60901 084 3 • £60.00

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Marketing Fashion: A Global Perspective

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Patricia Mink Rath, Richard Petrizzi and Penny Gill • Includes a wealth of colour illustrations, case studies, and other current examples of fashion marketing, such as a sample marketing plan • With classroom resources for discussion, research, individual or group projects This is the first text to engagingly present marketing theories and practices as they specifically relate to apparel, home goods and other design-driven products. Patricia Mink Rath is an independent scholar. Penny Gill is the owner of PWG Communications, White Plains, New York. August 2012 608pp • 255 x 205mm PB • 978 1 60901 078 2 • £70.00

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Fashion Branding Unraveled Kaled K. Hameide “Everyone has something to gain [from this book] ... It is a very accessible text ... I would highly recommend this text to be used for first year undergraduate students to help them get a better grasp of branding and how it relates specifically to the fashion industry” Matthew Kearney, University of Ulster • Covers brands, appropriate strategies, innovations in technology and future consumer projections • Examines major features and characteristics of the fashion industry by highlighting its segments, customers and strategies, as well as current and future trends • Balances a mix of theory and analysis and introduces new concepts to encourage the student to participate, research and think critically • Includes definitions, bold terms, mini case studies, discussion and review questions to supplement student learning Fashion Branding Unraveled introduces and explains the concept of brand and the process of brand development. The book clarifies misconceptions, introduces new concepts, and proposes a step-by-step roadmap for developing an effective brand, all within the context of the fashion industry. Kaled K. Hameide is based at Montclair State University. June 2011 304pp • 235 x 187mm • 16pp colour illus PB • 978 1 56367 874 5 • £55.00

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Beyond Design, 3rd Edition Sandra J. Keiser and Myrna B. Garner

• Includes explanations of various careers in apparel product development and the skill sets required for each • Includes references to contemporary developments with examples relevant to today’s generation • Includes international examples and case studies that address the effects of globalization Beyond Design takes students step-by-step through the pre-production processes of apparel product development: planning, forecasting, fabricating, line development, technical design, pricing, and sourcing. Sandra J. Keiser is based at Mount Mary College. Myrna B. Garner is Associate Professor Emerita at Illinois State University. July 2012 • 576pp • 280 x 215mm • PB • 978 1 60901 226 7 • £65.00

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Apparel Production Terms and Processes Janace Bubonia Apparel Production Terms and Processes defines materials and terms relating to the mass production of raw materials, design and product development, patternmaking, garment details and component parts, assembly, production and manufacturing, labelling regulations, packaging and finishing, testing, and quality control. In this revised edition of the classic Fashion Production Terms, chapters are presented in a progression that relates to the flow of the production process or the route of the garment from its origin through development to completion. This book updates the industry terms first listed in Fashion Production Terms (1979) to reflect advances in machinery and technology and the impact of globalization. Janace Bubonia is based at Texas Christian University. New to this Edition:

August 2011 416pp • 216 x 279mm 900 illus • PB 978 1 56367 762 5 • £55.00

• New organization focusing on manufacturing and mass production, with terms grouped according to subject • More than 900 line drawings and photographs including a full-colour insert • Chapters presented in a progression that corresponds to the production process, from origin through completion • Includes a new chapter on colour coding standards, and new terms and information on sizing, stitching techniques, and more

DRAPING The Art of Fashion Draping, 4th Edition Connie Amaden-Crawford INCLUDES: Instructor’s Guide and PowerPoint presentation

This user-friendly bestseller teaches the different methods of – and principles involved in – draping fabric on a dress form. An invaluable teaching tool for fashion design, apparel and pattern-making students and professionals. Connie Amaden-Crawford is an independent scholar. May 2012 • 512pp • 225 x 300mm • illustrated • PB • 978 1 60901 227 4 • £65.00

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New to This Edition: • New Fitting Methods chapter outlines how to evaluate garments and correct common fitting problems • Over 15 new design projects add contemporary styles to time-tested classics • More than 100 all new technical and fashion illustrations • Updated and expanded chapters on underwear and knits

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TEXTILES INCLUDES: Instructor’s Guide and PowerPoint presentation

J.J. Pizzuto’s Fabric Science, N E W ! 10th Edition Allen C. Cohen and Ingrid Johnson Fabric Science provides readers with a comprehensive text of the design, structure, and application of textiles. New to this Edition: • Expanded coverage of sustainability issues, and new key terms section in each chapter • End-of-chapter assignments and new full-colour illustrations and photographs throughout January 2012 • 432pp • 279 x 216mm • full colour HB • 978 1 60901 380 6 • £65.00

CONTENTS SUMMARY The Textile Industry • Fibre Characteristics • Natural and Manufactured Fibres • Yarns and Sewing Threads • Woven Fabrics • Knitted Fabrics • Other Types of Textiles • Textile Dyeing • Textile Printing • Textile Finishing • Textile and the Environment • Care and Renovation of Textiles • Unique Fabrications and Innovations • Textiles for Interiors • Determining Fabric Quality • Guide to Fabric Selection • Textile Laws, Regulations, and Trade Agreements

J.J. Pizzuto’s Fabric Science Swatch Kit, 10th Edition

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Allen C. Cohen and Ingrid Johnson • 114 fabric swatches included in the Swatch Set represent examples of every major type of fibre, yarn, weave, and knit as well as examples of dye, print, and finishing applications • Examples are also provided for the most recent materials, as well as special-purpose and eco-friendly ones Accompanying Fabric Science, this kit includes swatches representing the types of fabrics used today by industrial, apparel, furniture and interior designers. Allen C. Cohen is Professor Emeritus at the Fashion Institute of Technology at the State University of New York. Ingrid Johnson is based at the Fashion Institute of Technology at the State University of New York. January 2012 • 124pp • 279 x 216mm • HB Kit • 978 1 60901 358 5 • £55.00

INCLUDES: Instructor’s Guide and PowerPoint presentation

Textiles: Concepts and Principles Virginia Hencken Elsasser • Includes new material on textiles and the environment, globalization and technologically innovative fibres, as well as standards of construction, maintenance and performance and the importance of labelling • New case studies of industry products and procedures • Student resources: Lab Workbook includes chapter assignments to be conducted individually, in teams, or developed in class Intended for undergraduate programs at colleges and universities that focus on fashion merchandising, fashion design, and interior design, Textiles: Concepts and Principles provides a thorough approach to the fundamentals of textiles.

CONTENTS SUMMARY Introduction to Textiles • Fibres and their Properties • Natural Fibres • Production of Manufactured Fibres • Manufactured Cellulosic Fibres • Synthetic and Special Application Fibres • Yarn Formation • Woven Fabrics and their Properties • Knit Fabrics and their Properties • Nonwoven and Other Methods of Fabric Construction • Dyeing and Printing • Finishes • Finishes • Textiles and the Environment

Virginia Hencken Elsasser is based at Centenary College. March 2011 • 336pp • 187 x 235mm • 8pp full colour illus • PB • 978 1 56367 844 8 • £55.00

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Designer’s Guide to Fashion Apparel Evelyn L. Brannon • Features full-colour photographs and line art sketches, illustrated coverage of art elements and principles, designers’ work and research projects • Covers design specialties, including menswear and childrenswear and specialized design fields like knitwear and denim, swimwear and lingerie • Student resources include glossary and end of chapter study guides A user-friendly and contemporary approach to the basic elements of fashion design, Designer’s Guide to Fashion Apparel explores the creative process of apparel design and the development of a collection. Written from an industry perspective, it takes an active approach combining the elements and principles of design, aesthetic judgment, technical competence, and an understanding of the customer. Evelyn L. Brannon is Professor Emerita at Auburn University. August 2011 • 384pp • 203 x 279mm • colour illus PB • 978 1 56367 901 8 • £65.00

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Creativity in Fashion Design: An Inspiration Workbook Tracy Jennings • Workbook format balances creativity theory with immediate application • Student resources include journal templates, chapter-opening vignettes and interactive illustrated activities This text teaches aspiring design students that creativity is a tool available to anyone who understands its components. Readers are introduced to the foundations of creativity, with particular emphasis on exploring and developing one’s individual and collaborative creativity relative to fashion design. Tracy Jennings is based at Dominican University. March 2011 • 240pp • 216 x 279mm • colour illus PB • 978 1 56367 895 0 • £45.00

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Accessory Design Aneta Genova • Includes chapter projects, and many case studies including Louis Vuitton and Hermès, as well as interviews with current accessory designers and other key players in the industry • Consistent chapter format covers the key stage of the design process for the major segments of the accessories market – handbags, footwear and small accessories • Features illustrations from all stages of the design process including sketches, mood boards and flats This comprehensive introduction to accessory design presents the aspiring designer with a model for accessory design, from inspiration through manufacturing, and relates that process to the design of handbags and small leather goods, footwear, hats, gloves, belts, neckwear, and pocket squares. Aneta Genova is based at Parsons, The New School for Design. December 2011 • 320pp • 216 x 279mm • colour illus PB • 978 1 56367 926 1 • £55.00

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WWD: 100 Years, 100 Designers

> See also pages 23 and 24

• Filled with over 500 lavish illustrations, stunning photographs, and excerpts • First hand interviews with 30 designers from 1927–2010 WWD: 100 Years, 100 Designers tells the story of fashion over the last century through the lens of one of the most respected publications in the industry. January 2011 • 312pp • 225 x 275mm • colour illus HB • 978 1 60901 252 6 • £40.00

INCLUDES: Instructor’s Guide and PowerPoint presentation

A decade-by decade look at the social and design trends that helped shape style over the last century

Fashion by Design Janice G. Ellinwood • Includes real-world examples, from early to contemporary fashion, two chapters on colour theory and end-of-chapter summaries • Provides hands-on projects with step-by-step instructions related to the element or principle discussed in the chapter Fashion by Design covers the elements and principles of design as they relate to fashion. Students will develop the eye of the fashion designer, able to identify and understand how to manipulate the elements and principles of design. Janice G. Ellinwood is based at Marymount University. March 2011 • 336pp • 216 x 279mm • colour illus • PB • 978 1 56367 848 6 • £60.00

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Fashion Sketchbook, 6th Edition

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Bina Abling • Detailed, easy-to-follow lessons are accompanied by Women’s Wear Daily photographs from the showroom and runway • Includes guest artist spreads that serve as guides and provide goals for students • Contains companion DVD with video of author demonstrating mixed media rendering techniques Now in full colour and completely revised, Fashion Sketchbook demystifies the fashion drawing process with simple, step-by-step directions explaining how to draw women, men and children. Bina Abling is an independent scholar. June 2012 • 560pp • 225 x 300mm • Spiral • 978 1 60901 228 1 • £60.00

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CAD for Fashion Design and Merchandising

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Stacy Stewart-Smith • Includes two DVDs containing a glossary of fashion technology terms and the files needed to complete the book tutorials, including digitally-enhanced photos of fashion models and libraries of extra flats, fabrics and novelties • Step-by-step tutorials are accompanied by screen grabs and photographs This book allows students to immediately begin creating digital fashion presentations using Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. The book takes an integrated approach, allowing students to master the 3-dimensional benefits of combining the two software programs. Stacy Stewart-Smith is based at the Fashion Institute of Technology. August 2012 • 448pp • 225 x 300mm • PB • 978 1 60901 063 8 • £55.00

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CONSTRUCTION, FITTING AND PATTERN-MAKING Pattern Cutting Primer

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CONTENTS SUMMARY

Jo Barnfield and Andrew Richards

Tools, supplies and equipment • Understanding symbols • Designing patterns from scratch • Fitting principles/Toiles/ Muslins • pattern adjustment techniques • Volume and suppression • Combining and dividing pattern shapes • Finishings • Going pro

• Packed full of illustrated step-by-step techniques • Features valuable inside tips and advice from professional pattern designers • Explains how to make patterns from scratch and how to customize existing patterns • Includes professional advice on how to sell your patterns, set up online accounts and become an Internet retailer August 2012 192pp • 190 x 246mm 300 colour illus PB • 978 1 40815 667 4 • £25.00

Pattern Cutting Primer is the ultimate resource for keen sewers and aspiring fashion designers looking to get to grips with every aspect of pattern design and customization. This practical and accessible book explains all the basics of pattern design and cutting and gives readers the confidence to take matters into their own hands and produce perfect patterns for all garments and styles. Jo Barnfield is a part-time lecturer and industry practitioner at Bath Spa University and City of Bath College, and a freelance designer/maker. Andrew Richards is senior technical demonstrator in pattern cutting at Bath Spa University.

Fashion Pattern Cutting

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> See also page 14

Line, Shape and Volume Zarida Zaman Fashion Pattern Cutting takes a unique look at the draping process from the perspective of fashion design, complete with a detailed examination of different fabrics and the effects they have on designs, as well as pattern pieces to use yourself.

August 2012 144pp • 276 x 219mm 200 colour illus PB • 978 1 40815 669 8 • £19.99

Included in this book are hand-drawn illustrations of pattern pieces, complete with measurements, and lists of recommended fabrics to use in order to achieve the best effects. These patterns reveal the deceptively simple draping techniques used to create the author’s stylish, minimalist designs, and enable readers, whether beginners or experienced pattern cutters, to put together similarly stunning designs themselves. Zarida Zaman teaches at Central St Martin’s and the London College of Fashion.

BESTSELLERS

Dressmaker’s Handbook of Couture Sewing Techniques Lynda Maynard 2010 • 144pp • 215 x 254mm • 350 colour illus • PB • 978 1 40812 759 9 • £16.99

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49 1/2 Skirts Alison Willoughby

How to Use, Adapt and Design Sewing Patterns

2008 • 128pp • 190 x 246mm • 700 colour illus

Lee Hollahan

PB • 978 0 71368 740 8 • £14.99

2010 • 144pp • 215 x 254mm • 500 colour illus PB • 978 1 40812 000 2 • £15.99

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CONSTRUCTION, FITTING AND PATTERN-MAKING Pattern-Drafting for Fashion series

> See also page 14

Teresa Gilewska The Pattern-Drafting for Fashion Series is a selection of comprehensive guides for the serious home dressmaker that provide all the technical instructions needed to design and construct of a wide range of clothing. The books also include guidelines on how to sell and market your own patterns. Teresa Gilewska has worked in fashion design for over 30 years, in France, China and Poland.

The Basics This book teaches you how to construct the block for the bodice and skirt, and then modify it for different styles. Chapters featuring necklines, collars, sleeves and pockets demonstrate how to perfect the detailing of your patterns and personalize your garment. Clearly illustrated and packed with handy tips, this essential text is a must for anyone who wants to succeed in fashion design. February 2011 • 224pp • 280 x 220mm • 600 colour images PB • 978 1 40812 990 6 • £35.00

Advanced Pattern-Drafting for Fashion: Advanced marks another stage in the apprenticeship of the professional. Dealing with the development of alterations and modifications, this book is a must for those who want to make one-of-a-kind adaptations for their wardrobe or extend their understanding of dressmaking and garment construction. June 2011 • 248pp • 280 x 220mm • 600 colour illus PB • 978 1 40812 988 3 • £35.00

Draping Pattern-Drafting for Fashion: Draping is the definitive guide to draping techniques and pattern design. The book contains key chapters on understanding fabrics, grainlines and bias cutting, translating designs into patterns, making adjustments, constructing the lining, and finishing with zips, buttons and buttonholes. November 2011 • 224pp • 280 x 220mm • 600 colour illus PB • 978 1 40815 390 1 • £35.00

Seam Assembly and Finishing Seam assembly and finishing are two of the most important aspects of garment construction and both require specific techniques to achieve perfect patterns and designs. Pattern-Drafting for Fashion: Seam Assembly and Finishing is a comprehensive guide to these techniques covering all styles, fabrics and garments. November 2011 • 184pp • 280 x 220mm • 600 colour illus PB • 978 1 40815 389 5 • £35.00

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TEXTILES NEW!

Dyeing and Screen-Printing on Textiles 2nd Edition Joanna Kinnersly-Taylor

This new edition of Dyeing and Screen-Printing on Textiles has been fully updated with revised recipes and methods and brand new images. It remains the essential guide to dyeing and printing on textiles. Joanna Kinnersly-Taylor is a well-known textile artist and designer who also works as a visiting lecturer at a number of colleges and universities. > See also page 15

March 2012 • 192pp • 140 colour illus • 246 x 189mm • PB • 978 1 40812 475 8 • £19.99

FA S H I O N D E S I G N > See also pages 16, 23-24, 29

Fashion Designer’s Resource Book

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Fashioning Your Life Samata Angel

The Fashion Designer’s Resource Book is a fashion resource and lifestyle book that provides a complete overview of the fashion industry as a business, combined with an insider’s understanding of the creative process and the lifestyle of a fashion entrepreneur. Contributors include Harold Tillman, Sarah Curran, Nigel Barker, Frances Corner, Suzy Cameron and Courtney Blackman. Samata Angel has her own fashion label and has received a host of industry awards and nominations, the most recent being Global Campaign Director of the Red Carpet Green Dress Competition at the 2012 Oscars Ceremony. October 2012 • 192pp • 246 x 189mm • PB • 978 1 40817 089 2 • £19.99

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Design Your Fashion Portfolio Steven Faerm

Design Your Fashion Portfolio provides clear advice and instructions on how to present your work based around key fashion genres including lingerie, athletic wear, designer and evening wear. Discover how layouts, art direction, and merchandising for each can vary. From developing your graduate thesis, to building your first collection, perfecting your portfolio to interview techniques and career options to establish yourself as a professional, this book is the key to launching your career in fashion. Steven Faerm is the BFA Director of Fashion Design at Parsons: The New School for Design in New York City. February 2012 • 160pp • 215 x 254mm • 400 illus • PB • 978 1 40814 649 1 • £14.99

BESTSELLERS Fashion: Concept to Catwalk

Fashion Print Design

Olivier Gerval

From Idea to Final Print

New Fashion and Design Technologies

Angel Fernandez

Jose Antonio Guerrero

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT The Fashion Careers Guidebook Julia Yates • Includes a comprehensive career directory, from designers and buyers through to communication and education • Easy-to-navigate resource book, with hints and tips to stand out from the crowd, and questionnaires The Fashion Careers Guidebook is a practical reference book about the different sorts of careers within the fashion industry, and how to best place and present yourself to break into this exciting world. Advice on how to get into fashion includes: education choices, work experience, preparing your CV, targeting your portfolio and look-books, performing at interviews and networking. Julia Yates is careers consultant for the University of the Arts, London. October 2011 • 192pp • 230x180mm PB • 978 1 40814 662 0 • £14.99

Launching a Successful Fashion Line A Trendsetter’s Guide Ralinda Harvey and Katharina Pretl • Lively and accessible, making it an enjoyable read • Filled with illustrations, case studies and practical step-by-step instructions Launching a Successful Fashion Line is a full-colour, highly illustrated handbook for trendsetters, showing how to create, brand and sell your very own fashion collection. From choosing a brand name to defining your niche in the market, this book will answer all your questions and give any budding fashion designer the helping hand they need to start out independently in the fashion world. Ralinda Harvey, principle of Gloss Marketing, is a US-based fashion marketing and business development consultant. Katharina Pretl is a professional illustrator based in Los Angeles. December 2011 • 192pp • 210 x 210mm PB • 978 1 40812 882 4 • £16.99

BESTSELLERS 200 Projects to Get You into Fashion Design

How to Read Fashion A Crash Course in Understanding Styles

Adrian Grandon and Tracy Fitzgerald

Fiona Ffoulkes

2009 • 128pp • 280 x 215mm • 350 colour illus

2010 • 256pp • 135 x 165mm • 500 colour illus

PB • 978 1 40810 825 3 • £15.99

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FASHION BOOKS FRO M B L O O M S B U RY Designers, Trends and Influences

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Culture to Catwalk

Alexander McQueen

A Hundred Years of Style and Fashion

How World Cultures Influence Fashion

Genius of a Generation

A decade-by-decade showcase of the 20th century’s most iconic fashion movements, from the founder of the exclusive Decades salon and fashion commentator, Cameron Silver.

‘Crisp, sharp and engaging … If you’re interested in world cultures and fashion then this serves as an excellent introduction’ – The Licentiate

‘His infamously over-the-top catwalk shows were as much art as fashion and the iconic moments we recall are captured in this new coffee-table must-have’ – Glam.co.uk

September 2012 | £40 | 9781408806364 HB | 320pp | 336 x 251mm

September 2011 | £30 | 9781408130711 HB | 256pp | 276 x 219mm 300+ photographs from Getty Images

May 2010 | £19.99 | 9781408130766 PB | 128pp | 276 x 219mm 125 photographs from Getty Images

Decades

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Celebrity Inspiration

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David Bowie Style

Lady Gaga Style Bible

An inspirational overview of Bowie’s style and fashion from across his whole career, exploring his key influences and impact on other pop and cultural movements.

A vibrant photographic guide to Monster Fashion from A-Z. Capturing a star at the ascendancy of her career, this title is essential reading for music fans, fashion lovers and students alike.

October 2012 | £20 | 9781408173763 PB | 192pp | 276 x 219mm 125+ photographs from Getty Images

October 2011 | £14.99 | 9781408156636 PB | 128pp | 276 x 219mm 125 photographs from Getty Images

Elizabeth Taylor Her Life in Style ‘This book wonderfully portrays Taylor’s flawless beauty and enduring, dripping-in-diamonds elegance’ – Daily Express July 2011 | £19.99 | 9781408155417 |PB 128pp | 276 x 219mm | 125 photographs

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FA S H I O N H I S TO R Y Shoes

New lavish paperback edition of this bestselling history of shoes now available!

A History from Sandals to Sneakers Edited by Giorgio Riello and Peter McNeil

“At last a work that deals not only with the history of footwear, but also with its cultural significance.” Manolo Blahnik

“Anyone who has ever spent the rent on a pair of impossibly high stilettos, has bought shoes that don’t fit, or owns shoes they have never worn, will want to get their hands on this beautiful coffee-table tome.” The Times Magazine “An exceptionally beautiful and wide-ranging history of footwear.” The Observer What do your shoes say about you? Shoes have been used throughout history to signal how fashionable we are, our sexual desires, aesthetic sense, social status, and personality. Within these pages is pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about shoes - the tiny crushing shoes of China, the infamous chopine with its 23-inch heel, how dandies made men’s shoes beautiful in the eighteenth century, and how the powers of conservatism made them dull again, war and the Wellington boot, sex and the high heel, the codes of the “gay shoe,” shoes in fairytales and in art, the irresistible rise of the sneaker, and the cult of shoe designers. Giorgio Riello is Associate Professor in Global History and Culture at the University of Warwick. Peter McNeil is Professor of Design History in the School of Design at the University of Technology, Sydney and Foundation Professor of Fashion Studies at Stockholm University. October 2011 • 448pp • 235 x • 210mm • 210 colour illus PB • 978 0 85785 038 6 • £19.99

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The Dictionary of Fashion History

The Great Fashion Designers

Valerie Cumming, C. W. Cunnington and P. E. Cunnington

Brenda Polan and Roger Tredre

“Concise yet detailed, academic, and fabulous, it is truly a dictionary. The Dictonary of Fashion History is an essential purchase for any library serving patrons with an interest in fashion, clothing, art, history, theater, anthropology, or nearly any area of the social sciences”

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FA S H I O N H I S TO R Y The Swimsuit

NEW!

Fashion from Poolside to Catwalk THE

SWIMSUIT FASHION FROM POOLSIDE TO CATWALK

CHRISTINE SCHMIDT

Christine Schmidt This exciting book explores the history and significance of the swimsuit, revealing how fashion, sport, entertainment, publicity and national identity have been played out in this unique and at times scandalous garment. Christine Schmidt is a fashion researcher and independent fashion and concept consultant. August 2012 • 224pp • 70 bw illus • 244 x 172mm PB • 978 0 85785 123 9 • £19.99

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Wartime Fashion

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From Haute Couture to Homemade, 1939-1945 Geraldine Howell From rationed and repurposed fashion to high-end glamour, this accessible book examines the ways in which dress and appearance changed during the Second World War and reflected new attitudes to class, gender and taste. Geraldine Howell currently lectures on dress history at the University of Westminster, London. November 2012 • 224pp • 30 bw illus • 234 x 156mm PB • 978 0 85785 071 3 • £19.99

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Poiret, Dior and Schiaparelli

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Fashion, Femininity and Modernity Ilya Parkins Through a highly original and detailed analysis of the memoirs, interviews and other life writings of Poiret, Dior and Schiaparelli, this book explores changing notions of femininity in the early decades of the 20th century, when the democratization of fashion began. Ilya Parkins is Assistant Professor of Women’s Studies at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan. September 2012 • 192pp • 35 bw illus • 234 x 156mm PB • 978 0 85785 327 1 • £19.99

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Victorian Fashion Accessories

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Ariel Beaujot This engaging study reveals the beliefs, values, attitudes, and assumptions embedded in women’s accessories, unraveling the complexities and contradictions of the women who used these artefacts and the Victorian society which created them. Ariel Beaujot is a Visiting Scholar and Post-Doctoral Fellow with the Department of History at the University of Vermont. April 2012 • 192pp • 53 bw illus • 234 x 156mm

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F A S H I O N A N D C U LT U R E A Cultural History of Fashion in the 20th and 21st Centuries 2nd Edition

New to this edition:

Bonnie English

• Completely revised throughout • Twice as many images as the first edition and two colour plate sections • Contains new content on all the key issues for fashion today: eco-fashion, fashion and the museum, major changes in the fashion market in the 21st century (including the impact of new media and retailing networks), new technologies, fashion weeks, the rise of asian fashion centres and more

Fully revised and updated with additional chapters and more images, the new edition of this widely adopted text will be essential reading for fashion students and anyone interested in fashion history.

October 2012 224pp • 244 x 172mm 50 bw and 32 colour illus PB • 978 0 85785 135 2 • £16.99 HB • 978 0 85785 134 5 • £55.00

NEW EDITION!

Accessibly written and well illustrated, the book outlines the social and cultural history of fashion thematically, and contains a wide range of global case studies on key designers, styles, movements and events. The ideal introductory text for all students of fashion. Bonnie English is Associate Professor in Art and Design Theory at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Brisbane.

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CONTENTS SUMMARY Preface • The Interplay of Commerce and Culture Before The First World War • The Democratization of Fashion in the 1920s: Machine Age Aesthetics • Framing Fashion: The Artists Who Made Clothes • Fashioning the American Body • Postmodernism and Fashion • Anti-Fashion • Japanese Conceptual Fashion • Globalization and E-Fashion • Fashion and the Museum • Changes in the Fashion Market: Late 20th to 21st Centuries • Eco- Fashion and Sustainability • Current Fashion: Where Is It Headed? • Conclusion

Fashion and Cultural Studies Susan B. Kaiser

NEW! CONTENTS SUMMARY

Fashion and Cultural Studies explores how fashion makes meaning in everyday life through the production, distribution, and consumption of materials. A wide range of cross-cultural case studies analyze fashion as a multi-ethnic, transnational, and multiply gendered, classed, and sexualized phenomenon. Susan B. Kaiser is Professor of Textiles and Clothing, as well as Women and Gender Studies and Cultural Studies at the University of California, Davis.

Fashion and Culture: Cultural Studies, Fashion Studies • Intersectional, Transnational Fashion Subjects • Fashioning the National Subject • Ethnicity and ‘Race’ • Social Class • Gender • Sexuality • Fashioning Cultural Theory: Flexibility and its Limits • Bibliography • Index

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Visibly Muslim

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Fashion, Politics, Faith Emma Tarlo “Highly Recommended.” CHOICE Magazine 2010 • 320pp • 244 x 172mm • 50 bw and 32 colour illus PB • 978 1 84520 433 4 • £19.99 HB • 978 1 84520 432 7 • £60.00

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F A S H I O N A N D C U LT U R E Fashion and Art

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Edited by Adam Geczy and Vicki Karaminas Until now the crossovers of fashion and art have received only scattered treatment and suffered from a dearth of theorization. Bringing together original, cutting-edge contributions from leading international scholars across a range of disciplines, this book is essential reading for anyone interested in exploring the intersections and changing relationship between fashion and art, past and present. Contributors include Valerie Steele, Joanne Eicher, Hazel Clark, Margaret Maynard, Barbara Heinemann, Alistair O’Neil, Aileen Ribeiro, Nicky Ryan, Mary Gluck, Herbert Blau, Diana Crane, Morag Martin, Llewellyn Negrin, Nancy Troy and Efrat Tseëlon. Adam Geczy is Senior Lecturer at Sydney College of the Arts. Vicki Karaminas is Associate Professor of Fashion Studies and Associate Head of the School of Design at the University of Technology, Sydney. January 2012 • 224pp • 244 x 172mm • 32 colour and 5 bw illus PB • 978 1 84788 783 2 • £19.99

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Identities through Fashion

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A Multidisciplinary Approach Edited by Ana Marta González and Laura Bovone A groundbreaking cross-disciplinary work, Identities Through Fashion examines the role of fashion in contemporary society, and its relationship with individual identity and the self. The book includes chapters written by academics in a wide range of fields, from philosophy and anthropology to psychology and psychiatry. Ana Marta González is Associate Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Navarra in Pamplona. Laura Bovone is a professor in Sociology of Communication, Director of the ‘Centro per lo studio della moda e della produzione culturale’, Milan. February 2012 • 240pp • 234 x 156mm • 2 bw illus PB • 978 0 85785 058 4 • £19.99

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Fashioning Models Image, Text and Industry Edited by Joanne Entwistle and Elizabeth Wissinger

This volume brings together cutting-edge articles on fashion models, examining modelling through race, class and gender, as well as its structure as an aesthetic marketplace within the global fashion economy. Essays include treatments of the history of fashion modelling, exploring how concerns about racial purity and the idealization of light-skinned black women shaped the practice of modelling in its early years, or how models have come to define femininity through consumer culture. Joanne Entwistle is Senior Research Fellow at The London College of Fashion. Elizabeth Wissinger is Assistant Professor at the City University of New York. September 2012 • 224pp • 234 x 156mm • 30 bw illus

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F A S H I O N A N D C U LT U R E Fetish Style

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Frenchy Lunning Fetish Style traces the history, forms and tendencies of fetish fashions popular in both mainstream and subcultural fashion. This fascinating study includes explorations of historical as well as 21st Century subcultures such as the Japanese-influenced “tribes” of the various Lolita formations, the Shotaru (male Lolita), the club scene, the Goths, the hip-hop fashions and other locally-formed fetishized practices. Frenchy Lunning is Professor of Liberal Arts at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. October 2012 • 192pp • 25 bw Illus • 234 x 156mm SERIES: Subcultural Style

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Body Style Theresa M. Winge Body Style is the result of over eleven years of research examining these intersections within specific urban subcultures, including Urban Tribalists, Modern Primitives, Punks, Cybers, Industrials, Skates, and others. Divided into three main sections on subcultural body history, subcultural body identity and subcultural body styles, this book will be of particular interest to students of dress and fashion as well as those coming to subculture from sociology and cultural studies.

SERIES: Subcultural Style

Theresa M. Winge is Assistant Professor of Fashion Design and Theory in the Department of Art and Art History, Michigan State University. June 2012 • 192pp • 30 bw illus • 234 x 156mm PB • 978 1 84788 023 9 • £17.99

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DIY Style

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Fashion, Music and Global Digital Cultures Brent Luvaas A lively and original exploration of the contemporary DIY/indie fashion scene, with a major case study focussing on Indonesia. The book also explores the phenomenon in Europe, the United States, and Jamaica, painting an evocative portrait of vibrant communities who are not only making and distributing popular culture on their own terms, but working to tear down the barriers between production and consumption, third and first world, global and local. SERIES: Dress, Body, Culture

Brent Luvaas is Assistant Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Culture and Communication at Drexel University. September 2012 • 224pp • 234 x 156mm PB • 978 0 85785 040 9 £19.99

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A Cultural History of Jewish Dress Eric Silverman A Cultural History of Jewish Dress is the first comprehensive account of Jewish clothing, both profane and sacred, from its origins through to the present day. Fascinating and accessibly written, it will appeal to anybody with an interest in the central role of clothing in defining Jewish identity. Eric Silverman is Associate Professor of Anthropology in the American Studies and Human Development department, Wheelock College, Boston, and a Scholar at the Women’s Studies Research Center, Brandeis University. SERIES: Dress, Body, Culture

November 2012 • 256pp • 75 bw illus • 244 x 172mm PB • 978 1 84788 286 8 • £19.99

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F A S H I O N A N D C U LT U R E Fashion and Celebrity Culture Pamela Church Gibson

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“A very smart book in all senses." Cynthia Baron, Bowling Green State University The interrelationship between fashion and celebrity is now a salient and pervasive feature of the media world. This accessible text presents the first in-depth study of the phenomenon, assessing the degree to which celebrity culture has reshaped the fashion system. The book includes a wide range of celebrity case studies such as Angelina Jolie, David Beckham, Michelle Obama, Marilyn Monroe, Lady Gaga, Kate Moss, Cheryl Cole, Naomi Campbell and Giselle Bündchen. Pamela Church Gibson is Reader in Cultural and Historical Studies at the London College of Fashion. December 2011 • 304pp • 244 x 172mm • 40 bw and 24 colour illus PB • 978 1 84788 386 5 • £16.99

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Fashion and Music Janice Miller Focusing on performers as much as fans, on the mainstream as much as the underground, Fashion and Music provides a lens through which to examine themes of gender, sexuality, ageing and youth, ethnicity, body image, consumer culture, fandom and postmodernity. Janice Miller is Senior Lecturer in Cultural and Historical Studies at the London College of Fashion. July 2011 • 200pp • 234 x 156mm • 15 bw illus PB • 978 1 84788 413 8 • £19.99

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Performance, Fashion and the Modern Interior From the Victorians to Today Edited by Fiona Fisher, Trevor Keeble, Patricia Lara-Betancourt and Brenda Martin Performance, Fashion and the Modern Interior examines the interior as a stage upon which modern life and lifestyles are consciously fashioned and performed, and from which modern identities are projected by and through design. Scholars from Europe, Canada, America and Australia present a range of interior environments domestic interiors, sets for stage and film, exhibition spaces, art galleries, hotel lobbies, cafés and retail spaces - to explore each as an intersection of fashion, lifestyle and performance. Fiona Fisher and Patricia Lara-Betancourt are Postdoctoral Researchers in the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture at Kingston University, London. Trevor Keeble is Associate Dean of the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture at Kingston University. Brenda Martin is the Curator of the Dorich House Museum at Kingston University. October 2011 • 352pp • 244 x 189mm • 100 bw illus PB • 978 1 84788 781 8 • £27.99

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F A S H I O N A N D C U LT U R E Porn Chic

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Exploring the Contours of Raunch Eroticism Annette Lynch Written accessibly, this fascinating study explores the breakdown of traditional barriers between the highly sexualized ideas of female beauty associated with porn, mainstream fashion and pop culture. Annette Lynch is a Professor of Textiles and Apparel and the Director of the Center for Violence Prevention at the University of Northern Iowa. SERIES: Dress, Body, Culture

Nicola Steffen currently lives in the UK where she works as an artist under the pseudonym of ‘Nicola Bockelmann’.

Illustrations by Nicola Steffen

August 2012 • 192pp • 234 x 156mm PB • 978 1 84788 628 6 • £19.99

CONTENTS SUMMARY The Raunch Erotic Ideal • Katie Price: From Topless Tabloid to Queen of Marketing • College Coeds Flash Their Goods • Red Hatters (still) Covet Male Gaze • Teaching Girls the Power of Sexy • Construction of Cyber Raunch Identity • Hooters: Centerfolds for the Mainstream • Plastic Surgery • Masculinity in the Millennium • Feminist Responses to Porn Chic • Bibliography • Index

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Luxury

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Fashion, Lifestyle and Excess Patrizia Calefato • Includes a wide range of case studies on urban space and new technologies, travel, interior design, cars, fashion ads and jewellery Luxury has been both celebrated and condemned throughout history right up to the present day. This groundbreaking text examines luxury and its relationship with desire, status, consumption and economic value, exploring why luxury remains prominent even in the context of a global recession. Patrizia Calefato is Associate Professor at the Università degli studi di Bari. December 2012 • 160pp • 234 x 156mm • 20 bw illus PB • 978 0 85785 331 8 • £19.99

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Contemporary Jewellers Interviews with European Artists Roberta Bernabei Through a series of conversations with the major European jewellery designers of today, this book opens the door to contemporary practice and offers an essential reference for all students and practitioners of jewellery design. Each interview is supported by photographs, a detailed bibliography and an appendix that locates the jewellers’ work in galleries, museums as well as online. Major jewellery artists present include Giampaolo Babetto, Gijs Bakker, Otto Künzli, Ruudt Peters, Mario Pinton and Tone Vigeland, alongside members of the emergent generation: Ted Noten, Annamaria Zanella and Christoph Zellweger. Roberta Bernabei is a lecturer in silversmithing and jewellery at Loughborough University. July 2011 • 288pp • 244 x 172mm • 28 colour and 100 bw illus PB • 978 1 84520 770 0 • £19.99 HB • 978 1 84520 769 4 • £55.00

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TEXTILES NEW! Textiles Critical and Primary Sources Edited by Catherine Harper Textiles: Critical and Primary Sources is a major multi-volume reference work that draws together 80 seminal texts on textiles. Textile culture stretches geographic, historical, methodological and disciplinary boundaries, and defies chronological ordering. The contents are therefore gathered into four thematic collections dealing with history and curation; production and sustainability; science and technology; and identity, each supported by an introductory editorial essay that serves to critique and supplement each textual collection and theme. Textiles: Critical and Primary Sources is a key scholarly resource for any researchers involved in the study of textiles, as well as associated subjects, including studies in dress, costume and fashion; feminism and gender; art, design and cultural history; and sociology and anthropology. Catherine Harper is Dean of the School of Arts and Digital Industries, University of East London.

Introductory offer: £495 Valid for 3 months after publication

Volume 1: History and Curation

February 2012

Volume 2: Production and Sustainability

1,600pp • 244 x 172mm

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Volume 4: Identity

BESTSELLER Textile Futures Fashion, Design and Technology Bradley Quinn 2010 • 320pp • 150 bw and 60 colour illus • 244 x 172mm PB • 978 1 84520 808 0 • £19.99 HB • 978 1 84520 807 3 • £60.00

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TEXTILES > See also pages 15, 20

The Textile Reader

NEW!

Jessica Hemmings • Includes a wealth of diverse material, drawn from the nineteenth century to the present day, including authors’ statements, blogs and short stories, as well as critical writings • Essential reading for students of textiles at all levels, plus each section includes a guide to further reading, supporting study beyond the text The Textile Reader is the first anthology to address textiles as a distinctive area of cultural practice and a developing field of scholarly research. Revealing the full diversity of approaches to the study of textiles, the Reader introduces students to the theoretical frameworks essential to the exploration of the textile from both a critical and a creative perspective. March 2012 512pp • 244 x 189mm 40 bw illus PB • 978 1 84788 634 7 • £24.99 HB • 978 1 84788 635 4 • £70.00

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Content is drawn from a wide range of genres – blogs, artists’ statements and fiction, as well as critical writings – and organized in themed sections covering touch, memory, structure, politics, production and use. Each thematic section is separately introduced and concludes with a bibliography for further reading. Selected authors include Glenn Adamson, Anni Albers, Gilles Deleuze, Felix Guattari, Sarat Maharaj, Rozsika Parker, Sadie Plant, Peter Stallybrass, Alice Walker and Catherine de Zegher.

CONTENTS SUMMARY Introduction Touch Memory Structure Politics Production Use Index

Jessica Hemmings is Head of Context at Edinburgh College of Art.

Cotton Beverly Lemire Cotton has literally changed the world. This book explores the fascinating history and presentday practices associated with cotton. This is a story of commercial and cultural enterprise, of the ties and tensions between East and West, of technological and industrial revolution, social modernization, colonialism and slavery. Cotton’s history mirrors profound global transformations, whilst remaining one of the most significant mass commodities today. Beverly Lemire is Professor and Henry Marshall Tory Chair at the Department of History and Classics, and the Department of Human Ecology at the University of Alberta. March 2011 • 192pp • 244 x 189mm • 25 bw and 25 colour illus SERIES: Textiles that Changed the World

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JOURNALS Fashion Theory The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture Edited by Valerie Steele “A fine addition to academic institutions with cultural studies programs; essential for those with special collections in fashion and costume.” Library Journal Launched in 1997, Fashion Theory is well established as the leading peer-reviewed, international, and interdisciplinary journal for the analysis of all aspects of the cultural significance of dress and fashion worldwide – from Vogue to Versace, from kimonos to kilts, and from foot-binding to body piercing.

Single Issue: £19.99/$35.95

4 issues per year: March, June, September, December - plus a supplementary issue in 2012.

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Fashion Practice The Journal of Design, Creative Process and the Fashion Industry Edited by Sandy Black and Marilyn DeLong Fashion Practice is the first academic peer-reviewed journal to cover all aspects of contemporary design and manufacture within the context of the fashion industry. Interdisciplinary in approach, it provides a much-needed forum for topics ranging from design theory to the impact of technology, economics and industry on fashion practice. 2 issues per year: May, November. Only available on subscription

Institutional subscribers to Fashion Practice benefit from access to Fashion Theory.

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• Individuals (print): £37/$71 • Institutions (print + online): £338/$660 • Institutions (online only): £287/$561 ISSN: 1756-9370 • e-ISSN: 1756-9389

Textile The Journal of Cloth and Culture Edited by Catherine Harper and Doran Ross “Any university or college with an interest in textiles should subscribe to it and make it easily available. For individual scholars and makers, the journal provides a useful resource and will be a pleasure to collect and possess.” Times Higher Education

Single Issue: £19.99/$35.95 Subscription Rates: • Individuals (print): £50/$89

Textile is an international and peer-reviewed journal that brings together research in textile studies in an innovative and distinctive academic forum. It provides a platform for points of departure between art and craft; gender and identity; cloth, body and architecture; labour and technology; techno-design and practice – all situated within the broader context of material and visual culture.

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JOURNALS The Journal of Modern Craft Edited by Glenn Adamson, Tanya Harrod and Edward S. Cooke “This is a worthy addition to collections of scholarly art journals.” Library Journal The Journal of Modern Craft is the first peer-reviewed academic journal to provide an interdisciplinary and international forum focusing on craft in all its historical and contemporary manifestations. Special emphasis is placed on studio practice and on the transformations of indigenous forms of craft activity throughout the world. The journal also explores the relevance of craft within new media, folk art, architecture, design, contemporary art, and other fields. 3 issues per year: March, July, November.

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Photography and Culture Edited by Val Williams, Thy Phu and Kathy Kubicki “Photography and Culture will create a new context for reflection on the nature of photography, its practices, meanings, and private/public worlds. In doing so it will help to redefine the study of photography as something broader than it is often taken to be.” Jennifer G. Tucker, Wesleyan University Photography and Culture is an international, interdisciplinary, and peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the historical, technological, cultural and social aspects of photography. It integrates art historical approaches with newer work from visual culture, communication and anthropology, media, cultural and museum studies, fashion and design, as well as history and sociology.

Single Issue: £19.99/$35.95 Subscription Rates: • Individuals (print): £40/$73 • Institutions (print + online): £175/$341 • Institutions (online only): £149/$290

3 issues per year: March, July, November. www.bergjournals.com/photographyandculture

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Design and Culture The Journal of the Design Studies Forum Edited by Elizabeth Guffey “A fine choice for academic libraries serving students and researchers in design or cultural studies.” Library Journal

Only available on subscription Subscription Rates: • Individuals (print): £32/$63

Design is a vibrant field. The so-called ‘edges’ are increasingly becoming its driving forces. Crossovers between traditional design disciplines and other professions are becoming enriched. Design and Culture occupies a vital role in tackling these changes head-on by situating design within the full range of cultural contexts. It examines design in relation to other academic disciplines, including marketing management, cultural studies, anthropology, material culture, geography, visual culture and political economy.

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INDEX 200 Projects to Get You into Fashion Design

21

49 1/2 Skirts

Business of Fashion, The, 4E

9

18

CAD For Fashion Design and Merchandising

17

Abling, Bina

17

Calefato, Patrizia

29

Accessory Design

16

Church Gibson, Pamela

28

Adamson, Glenn

33

Clodfelter, Richard

11

Cohen, Allen C.

15

Alacovska, Ana

5

Alexander McQueen

22

Color and Design

Amanden-Crawford, Connie

14

Contemporary Jewellers

29

Angel, Samata

20

Cooke, Edward S.

33

Apparel Production Terms and Processes

14

Art of Fashion Draping, The, 4E

14

Barnfield, Jo

18

Bartlett, Djurdja

3

Beaujot, Ariel

24

Bell, Judith

12

Berg Companion to Fashion, The

5

Costing for the Fashion Industry Cotton Craik, Jennifer Creative Industries Creativity in Fashion Design

8

10

25

Cultural History of Jewish Dress, A

27

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Danny Lewis

22

Berg Encyclopedia: Central and Southwest Asia

3

David Bowie Style

22

Berg Encyclopedia: East Asia

3

David Foy

22

Decades

22

2 2

Berg Encyclopedia: West Europe Berg Fashion Library

8, 32

2 11

Doing Research in Fashion and Dress

7

Dressmaker's Handbook of Couture Sewing Techniques

18

26

Dyeing and Screen-Printing on Textiles, 2E

20

16

Eicher, Joanne B.

2

Bryant, Nancy O.

9

Elizabeth Taylor

22

Bubonia, Janice

14

Ellinwood, Janice G.

17

Body Style

27

Bovone, Laura Brannon, Evelyn L.

Burns, Leslie Davis

9

17

Fashion Theory

32

Fashion Trends

English, Bonnie

4, 25

8

Fashion: Concept to Catwalk

20

Fashion: Critical and Primary Sources

5

Fashion: The Industry and Its Careers, 2E

10

16

27

32

6

Fashion Sketchbook, 6E

Designer's Guide to Fashion Apparel

23

14

20

Fashion Reader, The, 2E

Fashioning Models

DIY Style

Black, Sandy

32

Fashion Print Design

20

1

Beyond Design, 3E

Fashion Practice

Design Your Fashion Portfolio

3 29

18

Fashion: The Key Concepts

Diamond, Jay

9

Fashion Pattern Cutting

33

Dictionary of Fashion History, The

Bernabei, Roberta

Fashion Forward

Design and Culture

Dhamija, Jasleen

4

20

Cunnington, P.E.

Berg Encyclopedia: United States and Canada, The

28

Fashion and Orientalism

Fashion Entrepreneurship, 2E

Cunnington, C.W.

2

25

Fashion and Music

5

23

Berg Encyclopedia: South Asia and Southeast Asia

28

Fashion and Cultural Studies

16

Cumming, Valerie

Berg Encyclopedia: Latin America and the Caribbean

Fashion and Celebrity Culture

21

2

3

26

Fashion Designer's Resource Book

6

Cultural History of Fashion in the 20th and 21st Centuries, A

DeLong, Marilyn

4

Fashion and Art

17

Berg Encyclopedia: Africa

3

Fashining Japanese Subcultures

Fashion Careers Guidebook, The

22

Berg Encyclopedia: Global Perspectives

20

Fashion by Design

7 31

Culture to Catwalk

Berg Encyclopedia: East Europe, Russia, and the Caucasus

7

Faerm, Steven

13

3

3

26

Evans, Nathalie

Fashion Branding Unraveled

Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion Berg Encyclopedia: Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands

Entwistle, Joanne

6 26

Fernandez, Angel

20

Fetish Style

27

Ffoukes, Fiona

21

Fiore, Ann Marie

8

Fisher, Fiona

28

Fitzgerald, Tracy

21

Gaimster, Julia Gamans Poloian, Lynda Garner, Myrna B. Geczy, Adam

7 12 11, 14 4, 26

Genova, Aneta

16

Gerval, Olivier

20

Gilewska, Teresa

19

Gill, Penny

13

Going Global, 2E

11

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INDEX Gonzalez, Ana Marta

26

Lillethun, Abby

Grandon, Adrian

21

Lunning, Frenchy

27

Granger, Michele M.

10

Luvaas, Brent

27

Great Fashion Designers, The

23

Luxury

29

Guerrero, Jose Antonio

20

Lynch, Annette

29

Guffey, Elizabeth

33

Marketing Fashion

13

Halepete, Jaya

12

Martin, Brenda

28

Hameide, Kaled K.

13

Martinson, Barbara

Harper, Catherine

30, 32

Maynard, Lynda

6

8 18

Harrod, Tanya

33

McNeil, Peter

5, 23

Harvey, Ralinda

21

Miller, Janice

28

Hemmings, Jessica

31

Mink Rath, Patricia

13

Hencken Elsasser, Virginia

15

Moeran, Brian

5

Hollahan, Lee

18

Mullet, Kathy K.

9

How to Read Fashion

21

Neimark, Ira

9

How to Use, Adapt and Design Sewing Patterns

18

New Fashion and Design Technologies

20

Howell, Geraldine

24

Parkins, Ilya

24

Identities through Fashion

26

Pattern Cutting Primer

18

In Fashion, 2E

10

J.J. Pizzuto's Fabric Science Swatch Kit, 10E

Pattern-Drafting for Fashio: The Basics

19

15

J.J. Pizzuto's Fabric Science, 10E

15

Pattern-Drafting for Fashion: Advanced

Japanese Fashion Designers

4

Jeffrey, Michael

7

Jennings, Tracy

Pattern-Drafting for Fashion: Draping

19 19

16

Pattern-Drafting for Fashion: Seam Assembly and Finishing

19

Johnson, Ingrid

15

Pegler, Martin M.

12

Journal of Modern Craft, The

33

Kaiser, Susan B.

25

Performance, Fashion and the Modern Interior

28

Petrizzi, Richard

13

Photography and Culture

33

Karaminas, Vicki Kawamura, Yuniya

26 4, 7

Keeble, Trevor

28

Keiser, Sandra J.

14

Kelly, Susan

22

Kim, Eundeok

8

Kim, Hyejeong

8

Kinnersly-Taylor, Joanna

20

Knox, Kristin

22

Kubicki, Kathy

33

Kunz, Grace I.

11

Lady Gaga Style Bible

22

Lara-Betancourt, Patricia

28

Launching a Successful Fashion Line

21

Lemire, Beverly

31

Phu, Thy

33

Poiret, Dior and Schiaparelli

24

Polan, Brenda

23

Porn Chic

29

Pretl, Katharina

21

Quinn, Bradley

30

Retail Advertising and Promotion

11

Retail Buying, 4E

11

Retailing in Emerging Markets

12

Retailing Principles, 2E

12

Richards, Andrew

18

Riello, Giorgio

23

Rise of Fashion and Lessons Learned at Bergdorf Goodman, The Ross, Doran H. Rousso, Chelsea Schevill, Margot Blum

9 2, 32 9 2

Schmidt, Christine

24

Shoes

23

Silent Selling, 4E

12

Silver, Cameron

22

Silverman, Eric

27

Skov, Lise Steele, Valerie

3 5, 32

Sterling, Tina

10

Stewart-Smith, Stacy

17

Stone, Elaine

10

Swimsuit, The

24

Tarlo, Emma

25

Ternus, Kate

12

Textile

32

Textile Futures

30

Textile Reader, The

31

Textiles

15

Textiles: Critical and Primary Sources

30

Tortora, Phyllis G.

2

Tredre, Roger

23

Victorian Fashion Accessories

24

Visibly Muslim

25

Visual Merchandising and Display, 6E

12

Visual Research Methods in Fashion

7

Vogelsang-Eastwood, Gillian

3

Vollmer, John E. Wartime Fashion Welters, Linda

3 24 6

Williams, Val

33

Willoughby, Alison

18

Winge, Theresa M.

27

Wissinger, Elizabeth

26

WWD

17

Yates, Julia

21

Zaman, Zarida

18

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