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Emerging new masculinities in the work practice of current fashion designers. [thesis] :/ Igor Brodecki.

By: Brodecki, IgorMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Limerick : Limerick School of Art & Design/LIT. ; 2015 Description: 30 p. : ill. (some col.) : 30cmSubject(s): Fashion theses | Fashion design -- Theses | Menswear design | Masculinity | Theses -- LSAD -- Clare StreetDDC classification: Thesis Fashion 15/02
Contents:
Menswear is a fast growing sector of fashion industry and one which is currently outpacing the growth of womenswear (Wang, 2014). Menswear has become more cyclical and trend-based - akin to womenswear which has contributed to the growth of the industry. This gives an opportunity for both established and up-and-coming menswear designers to experiment with vestimentary codes through their design practice, which for many decades have had little to no change. Designers like Raf Simons, J.W. Anderson and Craig Green use novel silhouettes, fabrication and colour as well as branding to push a new masculine meta-narrative that may be an alternative to normalised masculine construct. This is in addition to other recently noted models such as Spornsexual
Dissertation note: Thesis submitted for B.A. Hons in Fashion 2015
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Thesis submitted for B.A. Hons in Fashion 2015

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Menswear is a fast growing sector of fashion industry and one which is currently outpacing the growth of womenswear (Wang, 2014). Menswear has become more cyclical and trend-based - akin to womenswear which has contributed to the growth of the industry. This gives an opportunity for both established and up-and-coming menswear designers to experiment with vestimentary codes through their design practice, which for many decades have had little to no change. Designers like Raf Simons, J.W. Anderson and Craig Green use novel silhouettes, fabrication and colour as well as branding to push a new masculine meta-narrative that may be an alternative to normalised masculine construct. This is in addition to other recently noted models such as Spornsexual

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