Staging Fashion: The Fashion Show and Its Spaces

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Tiziana Ferrero-Regis, Marissa Lindquist
Bloomsbury Academic, Dec 10, 2020 - Business & Economics - 264 pages

The fashion show and its spaces are sites of otherness, representing everything from rebellion and excess through to political and social activism. This conceptual and stylistic variety is reflected in the spaces they occupy, whether they are staged in an industrial warehouse, on a city street, or out in the open landscape.

Staging Fashion is the first collection of essays about the presentation and staging of fashion in runway shows in the period from the 1960s to the 2010s. It offers a fresh perspective on the many collaborations between artists, architects and interior designers to reinforce their interdisciplinary links. Fashion, architecture and interiors share many elements, including design, history, material culture, aesthetics and trends. The research and ideas underpinning Staging Fashion address how fashion and the spatial fields have collaborated in the creation of the space of the fashion show.

The 15 essays are written by fashion, interior, architecture and design scholars focusing on the presentation of fashion within the runway space, from avant-garde practices and collaboration with artists, to the most spectacular and commercial shows of recent years, from Prada to Chanel.

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About the author (2020)

Tiziana Ferrero-Regis is a senior lecturer in fashion at Queensland University of Technology, Australia. She combines a professional background in the fashion industry and an academic background in cultural studies, film, fashion and costume.

Marissa Lindquist is a lecturer in interior design at Queensland University of Technology, Australia. In 2017, Marissa was the recipient of the Women in Research Scholarship at QUT.

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