Book ‘Dress Code’ by Véronique Hyland

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Unlocking Fashion from the New Look to Millennial Pink
In the spirit of works by Jia Tolentino and Anne Helen Peterson, a smart and incisive essay collection centered on the fashion industry — its history, its importance, why we wear what we wear, and why it matters — from Elle Magazine’s fashion features director. Why does fashion hold so much power over us? Most of us care about how we dress and how we present ourselves. Style offers clues about everything from class to which in-group we belong to. Bad Feminist for fashion, Dress Code takes aim at the institutions within the fashion industry while reminding us of the importance of dress and what it means for self-presentation. Everything — from societal changes to the progress...
Publisher: Harper Perennial; Bilingual edition (March 15, 2022)  Pages: 288 pages  ISBN-10: 0063050838  ISBN-13: 978-0063050839  ASIN:‎ B09794KXGN

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Véronique Hyland is ELLE’s fashion features director. Her work has previously appeared in the New York Times, the New YorkerWNew York magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, and Condé Nast Traveler.

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