The Fashion Sociologies book series speaks acutely and creatively to both fashion studies and sociology. It aims to make advances in the sociology of fashion, and sociology in general, clear to the broad community of fashion studies scholars worldwide. At the same time, it aims to showcase fresh thinking and research innovations in fashion studies to sociology and sociologists worldwide. This series stimulates and exhibits the productive synergies which arise when fashion and sociology are brought into explicit dialogue with each other.
Anna-Mari Almila, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
By Sanem Odabaşı
February 06, 2024
Fashion, Upcycling, and Memory questions practices and explores its profound connection to memory and sustainability. Through a practice-based researcher lens, the research examines the intricate interplay between upcycling and memory, unveiling assemblages of concepts, objects, and values that ...
By Anna-Mari Almila, Serkan Delice
October 13, 2023
This book explores the evolving relationship between fashion and transnational capitalism. It examines the inequalities and injustices that this relationship embodies and engenders within the interconnected domains of production, consumption, labour, and environmental ethics. It also considers ...
By David Inglis, Hang Kei Ho
September 28, 2023
How do fashions in drinks work, and how are drinks fashions related to changing trends in clothes and apparel? These twin questions are posed and answered by the book Drinks in Vogue. Taking a radically cross-disciplinary set of perspectives and ranging far and wide across time and space, the book ...
By Barbara Sutton
May 23, 2023
In the context of gun proliferation and persistent gun violence in the United States, a controversial security strategy has gained public attention: bulletproof fashion. This book examines concerns about security focusing on armored clothing and accessories for civilians. Available for children and...