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Citationality, intertextuality and gender fluidity: An investigation of the work of J.W. Anderson. [thesis] :/ Hugh Finnerty.

By: Finnerty, HughMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Limerick : Limerick School of Art & Design/LIT. ; 2015 Description: 44 p. : ill. (some col.) : 30cmSubject(s): Fashion theses | Fashion design -- Theses | J.W. Anderson -- Irish designer | Theses -- LSAD -- Clare StreetDDC classification: Thesis Fashion 15/04
Contents:
Fashion movements and progressive fashion trends can offer understanding of cultural behaviours. The postmodern cultural concepts of citationality and intertextuality are particularly suitable to application in the world of fashion, and the work of contemporary Irish" designer J.W. Anderson, in referencing the work of contemporary Japanese designers and gender fluidity, invokes both concepts at a level which merits critical evaluation.
Dissertation note: Thesis submitted for B.A. Hons in Fashion 2015.
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Thesis submitted for B.A. Hons in Fashion 2015.

Includes bibliographical references.

Fashion movements and progressive fashion trends can offer understanding of cultural behaviours. The postmodern cultural concepts of citationality and intertextuality are particularly suitable to application in the world of fashion, and the work of contemporary Irish" designer J.W. Anderson, in referencing the work of contemporary Japanese designers and gender fluidity, invokes both concepts at a level which merits critical evaluation.

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