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Time and Memory

Adam Geczy

Sydney College of the Arts, the University of Sydney Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Vicki Karaminas

Professor of Fashion at Massey University, Wellington Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The End of Fashion : Clothing and Dress in the Age of Globalization

Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2019

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...Fashion has always had problems with origins, starting with the beginnings of clothing itself, with the transition from bodily covering to dress. This is a transmutation that is linguistic in structure, analogous to the mythic transition...
...Footage Referenced Hussein Chalayan, Spring/Summer 1998 Alexander McQueen, Spring/Summer 2000Introduction Hussein Chalayan’s spring/summer 1998 “Between” show (otherwise known as “Arab Nudes”) was a defining show for the Turkish-Cypriot...
...Footage Referenced Hussein Chalayan, Autumn/Winter 1998 Hussein Chalayan, Spring/Summer 1998Introduction Hussein Chalayan’s autumn/winter 1998 show “Panoramic” was inspired by philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein’s quote “Whereof we cannot speak...
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...Hussein Chalayan’s Autumn/Winter 1999 show ‘Echoform’ was presented at London Fashion Week. With the 21st century closing in Chalayan looked to the idea of speed, using interiors of cars and planes as a basis for dresses that could move...
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...Hussein Chalayan's Autumn/Winter 1995 show, 'Along False Equator' was presented at London Fashion Week. Displaying Chalayan’s experimentation with unconventional materials such as paper and synthetics, it was based on the journey of victims...
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...Hussein Chalayan’s Spring/Summer 1995 show ‘Temporary Interference’ was presented at London Fashion Week, and explored the connection between human beings, forces of nature, and God. It featured cut-out dresses and shirts, maxi full skirts,...
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...Hussein Chalayan’s Spring/Summer 1997 show ‘Lands Without’ was presented at London Fashion Week. It featured clean-cut, minimal silhouettes, such as tailored blazers matched with skirts and straight-leg pants, bead-embellished cut-out...
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...Hussein Chalayan’s Spring/Summer 1998 show ‘Arab Nudes’ was presented at London Fashion Week. Taking a look at the status of Muslim women and how the ideals and traditions of religious dress conflicted with Western ideals of liberation...
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...Hussein Chalayan's Autumn/Winter 1996 show was presented at London Fashion Week. Models such as Kristen McMenamy and Kirsten Owen walked a rotating runway accompanied on heavy metal music, wearing classic tailored pieces with experimental...
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...Hussein Chalayan’s Autumn/Winter 1997 show was presented at London Fashion Week. The show began with a series of tailored pieces in black, beginning with mini dresses, and expanding to coats and suits, evidencing Chalayan’s distinctive...