An inspiring visual journey through the fashions to be found on the streets of Asia, where young fashionistas are pushing the boundaries to make bold statements that scream individuality and yet are born out of assured traditions. In 280 carefully selected photographs, the culmination of several years of travelling throughout Asia in pursuit of the most innovative styles, James Bent gives a rare insight into this underexposed fashion scene.
“STREET STYLE FASHION DESIGN” Fashion Design & Sketch Book. Learn about the different Men Fashion Street Styles, while also learning and improving your sketching skills.
Author: Milan Fashion Campus
Publisher: Milan Fashion Campus
"STREET STYLE FASHION DESIGN" book is inspired by all Street Styles.The goal is to develop each style into something modern, young, renewed, street wear style. Street wear is getting very powerful, teenagers, young people and even adults are getting into a world more sporty, casual, practical and wearable in any moment, from day wear to night wear, without loosing that touch of youth and creativity. If You Love Fashion Design - if your looking for a Streetwear Design Book this is the the most Up to Date Men's Streetwear Fashion Design Drawing Book.
Winner of the 2019 John Collier Jr Award Street style blogging has experienced a meteoric rise in popularity over the last decade. Amateur photographers, often with no formal training in fashion, have become critical arbiters of taste and trends, influencing the representations that appear in magazines and on runways, and putting new cities on the fashion world map. This cutting-edge book documents the evolution of street style photography, from the fieldwork photos of early anthropology to the glamorized snapshots that appear on blogs today, and explores the structural shifts in the global fashion industry that street style has helped bring about. Chronicling author and anthropologist Brent Luvaas' experience over three years of blogging through vivid street imagery and rich ethnographic detail, this book turns the lens of street style photography back onto anthropology itself, arguing that the phenomenon is a powerful mode of amateur ethnography. Bloggers blur the distinction between professional and amateur, insider and outsider, self and brand. This book documents that blur from the ground level-from the streets of Philadelphia to the sidewalks of New York Fashion Week. Street Style is an essential read for students and scholars of fashion, anthropology, sociology, media and cultural studies, and fans of street style photography alike.
How transnational modernity is taking shape in and in relation to Asia Fashion and Beauty in the Time of Asia considers the role of bodily aesthetics in the shaping of Asian modernities and the formation of the so-called “Asian Century.” S. Heijin Lee, Christina H. Moon, and Thuy Linh Nguyen Tu train our eyes on sites as far-flung, varied, and intimate as Guangzhou and Los Angeles, Saigon and Seoul, New York and Toronto. They map the transregional connections, ever-evolving aspirations and sensibilities, and new worlds and life paths forged through engagements with fashion and beauty. Contributors consider American influence on plastic surgery in Korea, Vietnamese debates about “the fashionable,” and the costs and commitments demanded of those who make and wear fast fashion, from Chinese garment workers to Nepalese nail technicians in New York who are mandated to dress "fashionably." In doing so, this interdisciplinary anthology moves beyond common characterizations of Asians and the Asian diaspora as simply abject laborers or frenzied consumers, analyzing who the modern Asian subject is now: what they wear and how they work, move, eat, and shop.
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The dizzying combination of street-level fashion, outre couture and re-mixed, fast-forward youth culture in Tokyo's Harajuku neighbourhood has made it an international style capital. Tokyo Street Style profiles the daring and influential designers and labels at this epicentre of Japanese and global fashion. Offering a pop cultural history of the scene, a snapshot of where it is today, and a glimpse into its future, this dazzling book includes hundreds of images of innovative and astonishing fashions, ads, stores, models and magazines, plus the creators themselves.
The wilderness is always close at hand in this peaceful region of North America. Enjoy the culture, dining and shopping of Vancouver but you can steal away from downtown in minutes, to Pacific beaches, rugged peaks, forested islands, to ride the trails, kayak, whale-watch or ski year-round. Our local writers have found the best hotels, restaurants, attractions and activities to prepare you for a journey of stunning variety from fishing, hiking to golf. Before you leave be sure to pack your Fodor's guide to ensure you don't miss a thing. The San Francisco Chronicle sums it up best - "Fodor's guides are saturated with information." - Two-color interior design makes it easier to find the information you need - Fodor's Choice Ratings flag must-see sights and hidden treasures - Hotel and restaurant reviews cover all budgets - Plus multi-day itineraries to help you build the right trip for you and/or your family
Asian fashion has become a global phenomenon of significant economic, political and social import. But the industry in Asia remains characterized by the gap between traditional centres of fashion and power and the relatively marginalized periphery that includes Asia. The resulting fashions are ambiguous: despite their indigenous origins and inspiration, their survival depends upon the West. This book explores Asian fashion in a global economic and cultural context. In itself, this is pathbreaking because fashion studies have traditionally divided along the boundaries of the western/non-western dichotomy. When both production and consumption cut through these traditional boundaries, new fashion principles are expressed globally. How are western economic, cultural, political, iconic, and social forms inscribed in indigenous Asian fashion when (and often because) that fashion is an expression of resistance against western encroachment? How does dress become an active site for the negotiation of state ideals and gender roles in nations struggling to construct new identities informed by modern, western impulses? What role does gender play in negotiating dress symbols and how does this tie in with commodification by the global economic system? With chapters focusing on East, South, and Southeast Asian designers, retailers, consumers, and governments, this book moves Asian fashion centre-stage and should be of interest to dress and fashion theorists, anthropologists, sociologists and all those seeking to understand globalization and its effects
Ideal for courses in International Marketing at the undergraduate and graduate levels. This marketing casebook demonstrates the diversity of marketing problems faced by organizations operating in Asia. The cases focus on industrial and consumer marketing issues and cover 16 countries.