Colors in Fashion

Colors in Fashion


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Introduction Jonathan Faiers (Winchester School of Art, UK) and Mary Westerman Bulgarella (Independent Consultant, Italy) Part 1: Color and Solidarity 1. Color as Theme in the Ebony Fashion Fair Joy Bivins (Chicago History Museum, USA) 2. Purity and Parity: The White Dress of the Suffrage Movement in Early Twentieth-Century Britain Kimberly Wahl (Ryerson University, Canada) 3. Birds of the Same "Color" Flock Together: Color as Expression of Identity and Solidarity in Aso-Ebi Cloth of the Yoruba Margaret Olugbemisola Areo (Ladoke Akintola University, Nigeria) and Adebowale Biodun Areo (National Museum, Nigeria) 4. Contradictory Colors: Tricolor in Vichy France's Fashion Culture Emmanuelle Dirix (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK and Antwerp Fashion Academy, Beligum) Part 2: Color and Power 5. Dress and Color at the Thai Court Piyanan Petcharaburanin and Alisa Saisavetvaree (Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles, Thailand) 6. 'Gold and Silver by Night': Queen Alexandra: A Life in Color Kate Strasdin (Falmouth University, UK) 7. Lord Boston's Court Uniform: A Story of Color, Politics and the Psychology of Belonging Deirdre Murphy (Historic Royal Palaces, UK) 8. Yellow is the New Red, or Clothing the Recession and How the Shade of Shame Became Chic Jonathan Faiers (Winchester School of Art, UK) Part 3: Color and Innovation 9. Color Before Technicolor: Colorized Fashion Films of the Silent Era Michelle Finamore (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA) 10. Color as Concept: From International Klein Blue to Viktor & Rolf's "Bluescreen" Michal Lynn Shumate (School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA) 11. Tainted Love: Oscar Wilde's Toxic Green Carnation, Queerness and Chromophobia Alison Matthews David (Ryerson University, Canada) 12. Starlit Skies Blue versus Durindone Blue Anna Buruma (Liberty and Central Saint Martins, UK) Part 4: Color and Desire 13.Rough Wolves in the Sheepcote: The Meanings of Fashionable Color 1909-1914 Claire Rose (Royal School of Needlework, UK) 14. 'Le noir etant la dominante de notre veture ...': The Many Meanings of Black in Post-War Paris Beatrice Behlen (Museum of London, UK) 15. British Scarlet Broadcloth: The Perfect Red in Eastern Africa, c.1820 - 1885 Sarah Fee (Royal Ontario Museum, Canada) 16. Lives Lived: Archaeology of Faded Indigo Kate Irvin (Rhode Island School of Design, USA) Notes Bibliography Index
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