Exchanging Clothes: Recommended for fashion scholars, academic librarians

By Natalia Lonchyna

giorcelli_exchanging coverThe series is deliberately varied to appeal to a multicultural and interdisciplinary range of readers with the touchstone from which all these essays spring being fashion. Cristina Giorcelli in her final essay sums it up succinctly when she writes that the volume is about the “semantic valence of dress: its ability to speak out and speak up” (p. 259).

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