Hair: Styling, Culture and Fashion

Hair Styling Culture and Fashion This book explores the social importance of hair wherever it grows explaining the cultural significance of hair and hairiness and presenting a new critical engagement with hair and its stories hist

  • Title: Hair: Styling, Culture and Fashion
  • Author: Sarah Cheang Geraldine Biddle-Perry
  • ISBN: 9781845207915
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This book explores the social importance of hair, wherever it grows, explaining the cultural significance of hair and hairiness and presenting a new critical engagement with hair and its stories, histories, performances and rituals From heads, legs and underarms, to wigs and beards, and everything in between, the presentation, manipulation and daily experience of human haThis book explores the social importance of hair, wherever it grows, explaining the cultural significance of hair and hairiness and presenting a new critical engagement with hair and its stories, histories, performances and rituals From heads, legs and underarms, to wigs and beards, and everything in between, the presentation, manipulation and daily experience of human hair plays a central and dynamic role within fashion, self expression and the creation of social identity The book s diverse range of cross cultural essays encompasses the study of hair in fashion, film, art, history, literature, performance and consumer culture Offering an accessible mix of visual analysis, cultural commentary and critical theory, Hair Styling, Culture and Fashion will appeal to all those interested in the presentation and analysis of cultural identity and the body.

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