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Femininity vs. Feminism: how feminist fashion designers portray femininity in a more contemporary way . [thesis] :/ Nicola Flynn.

By: Flynn, NicolaMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Limerick : Limerick School of Art & Design/LIT. ; 2014 Description: [28] p. : col.ill. : 30cmSubject(s): Fashion theses | Feminism in fashion | Femininity in fashion | Fashion industry | Theses -- LSAD -- Clare StreetDDC classification: Thesis Fashion 14/04
Contents:
Within this extended essay, I will examine third wave feminism and its aims; I will explore the idea of femininity and show how the relationship between fashion and feminism are changing. Through three case studies from the fashion industry today; Rei Kawabuko, Miuccia Prada and Ann Sofie Back, I intend to show how designers are adapting new feminist appproaches to femininity. These three fashion designers address and contest contemporary notions of what beauty and feminity are today.
Dissertation note: Thesis submitted for B.A. Hons in Fashion 2014
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Thesis submitted for B.A. Hons in Fashion 2014

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Within this extended essay, I will examine third wave feminism and its aims; I will explore the idea of femininity and show how the relationship between fashion and feminism are changing. Through three case studies from the fashion industry today; Rei Kawabuko, Miuccia Prada and Ann Sofie Back, I intend to show how designers are adapting new feminist appproaches to femininity. These three fashion designers address and contest contemporary notions of what beauty and feminity are today.

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