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The Fashioned Body: Fashion, Dress and Modern Social Theory
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19th century accepted admired adornments ancestors appear areas Beau Brummell beauty became become body decoration body painting breasts Brummell Christian Dior clothing styles colours concealment corset cosmetics cultural group designers desire Dior draw attention early Elvis Presley erogenous zones erotic eyes facial fact fashion journalism fashionable styles female feminine foot binding forms of body frills garments genitals girls hair Harper's Bazaar haute couture Havelock Ellis high-heeled Hollywood human influence jewellery lace ladies Leni Riefenstahl lingerie London look Madeleine Vionnet magical male masculinity modes of dress modesty naked body nakedness natural nubile nudity opposite sex original padding Paris penis perfume physical sartorial scars sexual display shape shoes signal skin social society stars style of dress styles worn suit symbol tattooing thighs tight traditional tribal trousers waist wealth wear wearer western world whilst wigs woman women wore young Yves Saint Laurent