Lip-service:/ Lipstick's journey to achieving its iconic status today as a commonplace object through its inclusion and utilisation in Art and Photography during the ten year period 1935-1945. [Extended Essay] / Jane Eglington.Material type: TextPublication details: Limerick : Limerick Institute of Technology/Limerick School of Art and Design ; 2016 Description: 30p. : ill (some col) . : 30cmSubject(s): Surrealism -- Lips | Lipstick -- History | Lipstick -- Social aspects | Fashion theses | Extended essays -- Fashion | Theses -- LSAD -- Clare StreetDDC classification: Thesis Fashion 04/16
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Thesis submitted for B.A. (Hons) in Fashion Design 2016
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This essay explores the extent to which lipstick's inclusion and utilization in Surrealist art and photography during the ten year period 1935-1945 contributed to its iconic status today as a commonplace object. The essay also analyses two historical events that took place during this period; World War Two and the arrival of colour photography, and the effect that both of these events had on the sales and popularity of lipstick. [Abstract]