Mere clothing is transformed into desirable fashion by the way it is represented in imagery. "Fashion's Double" examines how meanings are projected onto garments through their representation, whether in painting, photography, cinema or online fashion film, conveying identity and status, eliciting fascination and desire.With in-depth case studies including the work of Nick Knight and Helmut Newton, film examples such as "The Hunger Games," music video "Girl Panic" by Duran Duran, and much more, this book analyses the interrelationship between clothing, identity, embodiment, representation and self-representation.Written for students and scholars alike, "Fashion's Double" will appeal to anyone studying fashion, cultural studies, art theory and history, photography, sociology, and film.
Representations of Fashion in Photography, Film and Painting
Dress, Body, Culture
Mind, Body & Spirit