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[Commlist] International Journal of Fashion Studies 6.2 published

Fri Oct 18 11:12:13 GMT 2019

A new beautifully designed cover from /International Journal of Fashion Studies/ means issue 6.2 is now available!

Special Issue: Clothing and Fashion in Historical Perspective

For more information about the special issue and journal, click here >>

*Aims & Scope*

The International Journal of Fashion Studiesis an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that fosters the worldwide diffusion of fashion studies. Published bi-annually, the journal invites articles on all aspects of fashion as a social, cultural, historical and aesthetic phenomenon. Although the journal is open to contributions submitted in English, its principal aim is to be a platform for fashion studies developed by non-English speakers.

*Issue 6.2*


The scenographic, costumed chorus, agency and the performance of matter: A new materialist approach to costume <>

Donatella Barbieri and Greer Crawley

Tetela amulets: Re-interpreting a medical anthropology collection as a fashion benchmark <>

Heather Marie Akou


*Special Section: Clothing and Fashion in Historical Perspective *


Fashion and history: There is no doubt that clothes matter <>

Svenja Bethke and Nathalie Keigel


Fashion studies, five questions: An interview with Christopher Breward <>

Svenja Bethke, Christopher Breward, Nathalie Keigel and Anna Novikov


From state uniform to fashion: Japanese adoption of western clothing since the late nineteenth century <>

Ami Kobayashi

How to dress up in Eretz Israel, 1880s–1948: A visual approach to clothing, fashion and nation building <>

Svenja Bethke

Fabricating black modernity: Fashion and African American womanhood during the first great migration <>

Einav Rabinovitch-Fox

Mizrahim masculine fashion as the expression of political confrontation in Israel in the 1970s <>

Shoshana-Rose Marzel and Henriette Dahan-Kalev

_Open Space_

Hunting the absent historical male body <>

Sarah Goldsmith

Germany’s next Topmodel: On the historical contexts of a talent show <>

Lu Seegers


Gritty realism through rose-tinted specs: The exhibition North: Fashioning Identity <>

Johannes Reponen

Fashion’s unruliness: The 68. Pop and Protest exhibition <>

Nathalie Keigel

_Book Review_

Modern Fashion Traditions: Negotiating Tradition and Modernity through Fashion <>

M. Angela Jansen and Jennifer Craik

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