Edited by Eugenia Paulicelli and Elizabeth Wissinger
Pushing boundaries between art and commerce, reality and virtuality, the personal and the political.
Publication Date: 07-02-2013
Volume 41, Numbers 1–2: Spring/Summer 2013
Taking fashion seriously demands that boundaries get broken. Pushing that envelope reveals how fashion can question established notions of gender, aesthetics, and behavior. From dandyism to lesbian chic, seeing clothes as political tools draws fashion into debates concerning identity, sustainability, subjectivity, representation, and virtuality.