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by Geraldine Biddle-Perry,Sarah Cheang

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ISBN:
1845207920
Author:
Geraldine Biddle-Perry,Sarah Cheang
Category:
Graphic Design
Language:
English
Publisher:
Berg Publishers; English Ed edition (December 1, 2008)
Pages:
288 pages
EPUB book:
1986 kb
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1381 kb
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1936 kb
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This book explores the social importance of hair, wherever it grows, explaining the cultural significance of hair and . GERALDINE BIDDLE-PERRY is Lecturer at the London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London. Bibliographic information.

This book explores the social importance of hair, wherever it grows, explaining the cultural significance of hair and hairiness, and presenting a new critical engagement with hair and its stories, histories, performances and rituals. From heads, legs and underarms, to wigs and beards, and everything in between, the presentation, manipulation and daily experience of human hair plays a central and dynamic role within fashion, self-expression and the creation of social identity. Hair: Styling, Culture and Fashion.

Geraldine Biddle-Perry, ‘Hair, Gender and Looking’, in Hair: Styling, Culture and Fashion, 9. oogle Scholar. Noliwe M. Rooks, Hair Raising: Beauty, Culture, and African American Women (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1997), . Ann Jones and Peter Stallybrass, Renaissance Clothing and the Materials of Memory (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), 208–9.

and BowenHarold: Islamic society and the West: a study of the impact of Western civilization on Moslem culture in the Near East. Vol. one. Islamic society in the eighteenth century Part II. vii.

In book: Hair: Styling, Culture and Fashion, Chapter: ‘Fashionable hair in the eighteenth century: theatricality and display’. Cite this publication. and BowenHarold: Islamic society and the West: a study of the impact of Western civilization on Moslem culture in the Near East.

Fayne in the photograph had a fringe, hair frizzed over hidden ears, sleeves over-ornate, the whole thing out of keeping

Fayne in the photograph had a fringe, hair frizzed over hidden ears, sleeves over-ornate, the whole thing out of keeping. 2007,, Sophie's Dilemma, page 16, Ingeborg knew she wasn?t ready for fringes or short hair like some of the women she?d seen, and she hoped her daughter wasn?t either. No. Astrid?s tone dismissed Sophie and the fringe as she galloped off to a new topic. 2009, Geraldine Biddle-Perry, Sarah Cheang, Hair: Styling, Culture and Fashion, page 231

Geraldine Biddle-Perry and Sarah Cheang (Oxford: Berg, 2008) 1. My question concerns what silhouettes depicting tall hairstyles and head dresses can reveal about the performance of fashion in the late eighteenth century.

Geraldine Biddle-Perry and Sarah Cheang (Oxford: Berg, 2008) 15. 5 Information about the silhouette provided by the Regency Town House ww. th. Before I explore this theme in detail let me introduce the second silhouette. Again the eye is drawn to the shape of the headdress (Fig.

Perhaps, though, her scrunchie is just a beacon of her beauty and youth – a "populist tiara," as Biddle-Perry puts it in a telephone interview

Dubbed the Scrunchie Queen, Cressy . as she is known in the British tabloids, is seen as the opposite of the Duchess of Cambridge, another interview-avoiding royal consort whose hair regularly makes headlines. Perhaps, though, her scrunchie is just a beacon of her beauty and youth – a "populist tiara," as Biddle-Perry puts it in a telephone interview. You can't be working-class or old and wear a scrunchie.

Hair: Styling, Culture and Fashion explores the social importance of hair, wherever it grows, explaining the cultural significance of hair and hairiness, and presenting a new critical engagement with hair and its stories, histories, performances and rituals.

From heads, legs and underarms, to wigs and beards, and everything in between, the presentation, manipulation and daily experience of human hair plays a central and dynamic role within fashion, self-expression and the creation of social identity. The book's diverse range of cross-cultural essays encompasses the study of hair in fashion, film, art, history, literature, performance and consumer culture.

Offering an accessible mix of visual analysis, cultural commentary and critical theory, Hair: Styling, Culture and Fashion will appeal to all those interested in the presentation and analysis of cultural identity and the body.

  • BlackBerry
This is a book about hair theory. This is not a pictorial archive, if thats what you are looking for there are other books better suited to that cause. This book is about hair, not how to do hair but histories, identify and representation are talked about here in individual essays. If thats what you're looking for you've found it.
  • Nagor
i just received this book today and feel completely ripped-off. $100+ for a book with limited BLACK AND WHITE photos? It's getting returned today.