Authorial fashion: towards the understanding of an alternative mode of making (clothes)

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Abstract

This conceptual paper intends to start the delineation of a re-conceptualization of the term “authorial fashion”. The term is broadly used in Portuguese (as ‘moda de autor’ or ‘moda autoral’) and Spanish (as ‘ropa de autor’ or ‘indumentária de autor’) languages but has not yet been clearly delineated or explored in academic literature. The quest for a fuller understanding arises from a personal interest in defining the work of authorial fashion creators, where lies my own production, and aims at strenghtening the image of this particular mode of making. The term will be investigated here through the analysis of academic and journalistic texts that develop this specific mode of making, as an specimen of this creative universe in fashion.
Translated title of the contributionAuthorial fashion: towards the understanding of an alternative mode of making (clothes)
Original languagePortuguese - Brazil
Title of host publicationEncontro Nacional de Pesquisa em Moda
Place of PublicationSão Paulo
Pages63-72
Number of pages10
Edition1
ISBN (Electronic)9788564842335
Publication statusPublished - 2017
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventEncontro Nacional de Pesquisa em Moda - EACH-USP, São Paulo, Brazil
Duration: 13 Apr 201615 Apr 2016
Conference number: 6
http://www.abemoda.com.br/enpmoda2016

Publication series

NameAnais do Encontro Nacional de Pesquisa em Moda
PublisherUniversidade Federal de Goiás, Faculdade de Artes Visuais
ISSN (Electronic)2237-2954

Conference

ConferenceEncontro Nacional de Pesquisa em Moda
Abbreviated titleENPModa
CountryBrazil
CitySão Paulo
Period13/04/201615/04/2016
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Keywords

  • authorial fashion
  • fashion
  • creative processes

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