Modification of the body, fashion and identity. Production and consumption: dress as a cultural sign. Modernism and fashion. Private/public. Ideology in fashion. Postmodernism. Deconstruction. Fashion, fetish and eroticism. Development and modification of fashion in the historical context. Socio-psychological interpretation of fashion. Phenomena, reasons and developments of contemporary fashion. Connecting fashion with other design fields. Modifications of the beauty ideal throughout the history of clothing. Fashion and anti-fashion. Fashion as a visual language, as a complex system of signs and as a signifier of social life. Ways of expressing fashion in cultural and sub-cultural contexts. Placing clothes in the field of production and consumption. The relationship between body and dress.
Textile Engineering, Graphic Communication and Textile Design (TGT)
|Teacher||Almira Sadar (coordinator)|
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