Volume 41, Numbers 1 & 2, Spring/Summer 2013

Table of Contents

Fashion

Eugenia Paulicelli and Elizabeth Wissinger

Editors' Note: House Style

pp. 9-13
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Introduction

pp. 14-27
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Part I. Tailoring

Cloth manifesto

pp. 31-34
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Designing Women: Feminist Methodologies in American Fashion

pp. 35-59
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More than a "Passing" Sophistication: Dress, Film Regulation, and the Color Line in 1930s American Films

pp. 60-86
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Faye

pp. 87-88
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Eugene Vernier and Vogue Models in Early "Swinging London": Creating the Fashionable Look of the 1960s

pp. 89-107
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Twiggy and Me

pp. 108-109
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Part II. Shaping and Stitching

From a Daughter of the Republic to a Femme Fatale: The Life and Times of Turkey's First Professional Fashion Model, Lale Belkıs

pp. 113-130
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Picking up the Threads: Model Approach Helps Cambodia Design a New Fashion Image

pp. 131-149
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Himba in the Mix: The "Catwalk Politics" of Culture in Namibia

pp. 150-161
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"People Don't Attack You If You Dress Fancy": Consuming Femininity in Contemporary China

pp. 162-181
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Part III. Adorning and Accessorizing

Should My Bum Look Bigger in This?: —Re-dressing the Beauvoirean Femme

pp. 184-193
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On Rereading Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex After Thirty-Five Years

pp. 194-196
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"To Care for Her Beauty, to Dress Up, Is a Kind of Work": Simone de Beauvoir, Fashion, and Feminism

pp. 197-201
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Human Plant, 1999

pp. 202-203
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In a Single Shoe: The Marabou Mule

pp. 204-205
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Part IV. Layering and Slashing

Fashionable Resistance: Queer "Fa(t)shion" Blogging as Counterdiscourse

pp. 209-224
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Sleeping with Everyone

p. 225
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Queer Dandy Style: The Cultural Politics of Tim Gunn's Asexuality

pp. 226-244
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Electric Dress: Atsuko Tanaka, Electrical Dress, 1956

pp. 245-246
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How Do You Dress a Body Without Organs?: Affective Fashion and Nonhuman Becoming

pp. 247-265
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Killing the Dress

p. 266
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Cut, Layer, Break, Fold: Fashioning Gendered Difference, 1970s to the Present

pp. 267-284
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Part V. The Mock-Up

Absences and Outages

pp. 287-297
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Moire Faille

pp. 298-302
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The Art of Fabrication

pp. 303-311
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Part VI. Book Reviews

Decorating the Divas of Renaissance Society

pp. 315-317
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Fashion Landscapes: Networks, Markets, and Agents

pp. 318-322
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Tackling the Racial Intimacies that Fashioned a Generation

pp. 323-325
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An Interpretative Tour of Paris as Fashion Capital

pp. 326-329
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Part VII. Alerts and Provocations

Articulo 6: Narratives of Gender, Strength, and Politics

pp. 332-340
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