La Moda

Author: Simona Segre
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ISBN: 9788842075271
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La Moda Un Introduzione

Author: Simona Segre Reinach
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ISBN: 9788842092810
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Made In Italy

Author: Grace Lees-Maffei
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 1472558421
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Goods made or designed in Italy enjoy a profile which far outstrips the country's modest manufacturing output. Italy's glorious design heritage and reputation for style and innovation has 'added value' to products made in Italy. Since 1945, Italian design has commanded an increasing amount of attention from design journalists, critics and consumers. But is Italian design a victim of its own celebrity? Made in Italy brings together leading design historians to explore this question, discussing both the history and significance of design from Italy and its international influence. Addressing a wide range of Italian design fields, including car design, graphic design, industrial and interior design and ceramics, well-known designers such as Alberto Rosselli and Ettore Sottsass, Jr. and iconic brands such as Olivetti, Vespa and Alessi, the book explores the historical, cultural and social influences that shaped Italian design, and how these iconic designs have contributed to the modern canon of Italian-inspired goods.

La Moda

Author: Giorgio Riello
Editor: Gius.Laterza & Figli Spa
ISBN: 8858104625
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«La storia considera le persone, le loro azioni e i loro pensieri, ai quali la moda ha dato forma nel corso del tempo. La storia della moda è quindi la storia non solo di chi fa moda, ma di tutti».Giorgio Riello guida alla scoperta dei tanti volti della moda, protagonista nei secoli di processi di individualizzazione e di socializzazione, mezzo di rappresentazione e di mobilità sociale, strumento di differenziazione di genere e di età.

Writing Fashion In Early Modern Italy

Author: Eugenia Paulicelli
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134787030
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The first comprehensive study on the role of Italian fashion and Italian literature, this book analyzes clothing and fashion as described and represented in literary texts and costume books in the Italy of the 16th and 17th centuries. Writing Fashion in Early Modern Italy emphasizes the centrality of Italian literature and culture for understanding modern theories of fashion and gauging its impact in the shaping of codes of civility and taste in Europe and the West. Using literature to uncover what has been called the ’animatedness of clothing,’ author Eugenia Paulicelli explores the political meanings that clothing produces in public space. At the core of the book is the idea that the texts examined here act as maps that, first, pinpoint the establishment of fashion as a social institution of modernity; and, second, gauge the meaning of clothing at a personal and a political level. As well as Castiglione’s The Book of the Courtier and Cesare Vecellio’s The Clothing of the Renaissance World, the author looks at works by Italian writers whose books are not yet available in English translation, such as those by Giacomo Franco, Arcangela Tarabotti, and Agostino Lampugnani. Paying particular attention to literature and the relevance of clothing in the shaping of codes of civility and style, this volume complements the existing and important works on Italian fashion and material culture in the Renaissance. It makes the case for the centrality of Italian literature and the interconnectedness of texts from a variety of genres for an understanding of the history of Italian style, and serves to contextualize the debate on dress in other European literatures.

La Moda Oltre Le Mode

Author: Maria Cristina Marchetti
Editor: Edizioni Nuova Cultura
ISBN: 8861347282
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La Moda Un Romanzo

Author: Fabiana Giacomotti
Editor: Cairo Publishing
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Annali D Italianistica

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Negotiating Italian Identities

Author: Norma Bouchard
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100 Ans De Pubs De Mode

Author: Jim Heimann
Editor: Taschen America Llc
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The way we wore The story of modern fashion—from couture to mass market The 20th century saw fashion evolve from an exclusive Parisian salon business catering to a wealthy elite, into a global industry employing millions, with new trends whisked into stores before the last model has left the catwalk. Along the way, the signature feminine silhouettes of each era evolved beyond recognition: House of Worth crinolines gave way to Vionnet's bias-cut gowns, Dior's New Look to Quant's Chelsea Look, Halston's white suit to Frankie B.'s low-rise jeans. In menswear, ready-made suits signaled the demise of bespoke tailoring, long before Hawaiian shirts, skinny ties or baggy pants entered the fore. 20th Century Fashion offers a stylish retrospective of the last hundred years, via 400 fashion advertisements from the Jim Heimann Collection. Using imagery culled from a century of advertising, this book documents the unrelenting pace of fashion as it was adopted into the mass culture, decade by decade. An in-depth introduction, chapter text, and illustrated timeline detail the style-makers and trend-setters, from couture to the mass market; and how the historic events, design houses, retailers, films, magazines, and celebrities shaped the way we dressed—then and now.