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Joseph H. Hancock

Joseph Hancock, II is an international authority in the area of fashion branding as a form of storytelling. He released his book Brand/Story: Ralph, Vera, Johnny, Billy and Other Adventures in Fashion Branding (2009), now to be released in a 2nd Edition in 2016 to be called Brand/Story: Explorations and Cases in Fashion Branding. His works on branding and storytelling have appeared in such publications as The Brand Challenge by Kartikeya Kompella (Kogan Page 2016) and Strategic Design Thinking by Natalie Nixon (Bloomsbury, 2015). He has also published two coedited books, Fashion in Popular Culture (2013) and Global Fashion Brands (2014) with Intellect Publishing through The University of Chicago Press. Dr. Hancock is the principal editor of the peer-reviewed journal Fashion, Style and Popular Culture (Intellect Publishers). He is Executive Director for Events for the Popular Culture/American Culture Associations (PCA/ACA) and was their 2009 recipient of the Felicia F. Campbell Award for Area Chairs. He has been awarded Drexel's 2008 Steinbright Cooperative Career Center's faculty of the year and recently received the 2011 Stanley J. Gwiazda Professorship Award. Dr. Hancock has received over $100,000 in grants, fellowships and awards and has generated $13,000 in corporate gifts for Drexel University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Brand Story : Cases and Explorations in Fashion Branding

Fairchild Books, 2016

Book chapter

...Designer Vivienne Westwood and her husband Andreas Kronthaler attend the Life Ball 2014 at City Hall on May 31, 2014, in Vienna, Austria.Discuss the brand/story of Vivienne WestwoodExamine the crossover between music and fashionDescribe...
...The Collection in Context In 1985, Westwood’s style shifted toward a more feminine look and included mini-crinolines peeking out from tweed suits, offering a new perspective on traditional looks and heritage garments. By the time...

All Change Aboard the Fashion Express

L. Alison Goodrum

Alison Goodrum is Lecturer in Fashion Theory in the department of Clothing Design and Technology at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The National Fabric : Fashion, Britishness, Globalization

Berg Publishers, 2005

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...Viv Rules UK! Just what is this thing called British fashion? From Peter York’s punk and pageantry to Michael Frayn’s herbivores and carnivores the schizophrenic nature of all things British is frequently – and hotly – debated. When we turn...

Tartan

Jonathan Faiers

Jonathan Faiers is Professor of Fashion Thinking at Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton, UK, publishes internationally on fashion and textiles, and is editor of the journal Luxury: History, Culture, Consumption. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...History and Significance of Tartan in Clothing How tartan reached its current status of global fashionable popularity is in many respects the history of tartan itself. From its origins as a textile traditionally worn and woven...
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...Vivienne Westwood’s Autumn/Winter 1988 menswear and womenswear collection was shown at London fashion week, entitled ‘Time machine’. Westwood looked to the history of Britain and its iconic garments and used modern techniques and fabrics...
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...Vivienne Westwood's Spring/Summer 1989 collection, 'Civilizade', was shown at London Fashion Week. This collection demonstrated Westwood's ability to incorporate a multitude of references within one show. Shoulder and elbow pads were made...
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...Vivienne Westwood's Autumn/Winter 1997 collection for her Red Label was presented at London Fashion Week. Key trends from the collection included tartan prints, oversize tailoring, white ruffle shirts, shoulder pads and velvet eveningwear...
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...Vivienne Westwood's Spring/Summer 1998 show entitled 'Tied to the Mast' was presented at Paris Fashion Week. As the title suggests, a pirate theme was communicated through subtle details such as rope prints, distressed rag garments...
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...Vivienne Westwood's Autumn/Winter 1999 show for her Red Label line was presented, for the first time, at the New York Public Library's Celeste Bartos Forum at New York Fashion Week. Tartan jackets and midi skirts, A-line coats with fur...
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...Vivienne Westwood's Autumn/Winter 2003 show 'Le Flou Taille' was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Westwood described this collection as 'fluid clothing' based on unstructured tailoring. This was evident in the mix of sculpted tops...