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Fashion, Desire and Anxiety

Image and Morality in the Twentieth Century

Fashion, Desire and Anxiety by Rebecca Arnold
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Fashion and the imagery surrounding it allows Western culture to dream and permits a person to experiment with new identities yet, Rebecca Arnold proposes, fashion also elicits fear and anxiety in its consumers._x000D_ _x000D_ Exploring images of violence, decay and aggression which have become a dominant theme in recent clothing design and photography, she shows how fashion uses and abuses the power of wealth, reveals the power plays of sex and display and shows how identities are blurred to disguise and unsettle._x000D_ _x000D_ Generously illustrated, this provocative book focuses on the last thirty years, from photographic works of the 1970s such as those by Guy Bourdin and Helmut Newton, who set models against backdrops of tarnished glamour, to the threatening femme fatales of contemporary designers Alexander McQueen and John Galliano, unravalling the contradictory emotions of desire and anxiety that they provoke.
I.B.Tauris; March 2001
159 pages; ISBN 9780857718396
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Title: Fashion, Desire and Anxiety
Author: Rebecca Arnold
 
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0857718398
9780857718396
9781860645556