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"This third edition of The Dynamics of Fashion has been updated and features a new chapter on the history of fashion, the latest facts and figures, and the most current theories in fashion development, production and merchandising. This book provides a broad foundation for students hoping to become a part of the industry."--BOOK JACKET.
Elaine Stone is professor emerita, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York.
Table of Contents
|List of Features|
|The Changing World of Fashion||p. 2|
|A Century of Fashion||p. 4|
|The Nature of Fashion||p. 38|
|The Environment of Fashion||p. 66|
|The Movement of Fashion||p. 90|
|The Business of Fashion||p. 118|
|The Primary Level: The Materials of Fashion||p. 140|
|Textiles: Fibers and Fabrics||p. 142|
|Leather and Fur||p. 172|
|The Secondary Level: The Producers of Apparel||p. 198|
|Product Development||p. 200|
|Women's Apparel||p. 230|
|Men's Apparel||p. 256|
|Children's and Teens' Apparel||p. 282|
|The Secondary Level: The Other Producers||p. 306|
|Innerwear, Bodywear, and Legwear||p. 308|
|Cosmetics and Fragrances||p. 368|
|Home Fashions||p. 400|
|The Retail Level: The Markets for Fashion||p. 428|
|Global Fashion Markets||p. 430|
|Global Sourcing and Merchandising||p. 460|
|Fashion Retailing||p. 482|
|Policies and Strategies in Fashion Retailing||p. 508|
|The Auxiliary Level: Supporting Services||p. 530|
|Fashion Auxiliary Services||p. 532|
|My Top 100 Designers||p. 559|
|Credit list||p. 589|
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