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DPReview Digital Photography. East Dane Designer Men's Fashion. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. The innovators may adopt a new vogue or fashion and its and the dominating tone, which can be the newest hair and the make up line.
As representations of identity bound lifestyles, innovations within fashion are related to sociological and cultural developments. At the new vogue and the dominating tone symbols, meanings and values are very important, because these ele- ments can translate recent developments to concrete marketing ac- tions.
As will be further discussed, representation of the Other or exoticism are good selling points in the global market. The past is no longer no land to return to simply as a form of politics of memory.
To summarize this section, we note that culture and fashion are very closely interlinked, as both anthropologists and fashion industry prac- titioners are grappling with very similar issues, such as the question of universality or cultural diversity of expressions of body, gender and sexuality, globalization vs. Formulating questions on culture and fashion We have analyzed three European national versions of Vogue according to its representations of the global and local, and the issues surrounding key factors such as sex and gender representations, tone and authority, and social identity.
Our method of analysis can be applied to any country and any magazine brand. It is associated with the luxury-end of fashion and its readers are generally considered to be from the middle- to upper- classes.
If so, we wish to identify some of these cultural or national variables. More generally, we consider the relationship between fashion studies and anthropological theories. This relationship translates into examination of intersecting themes of rep- resentation, nationalism and identity within fashion studies and anthropology.
We can thus compare textual and visual signals between cultures with the standard international template of one magazine brand. Researching cultural contexts of international fashion magazines Magazines can be seen as the voice of the fashion industry.
As cultural media objects, they narrate dominant cultural trends. Magazines can be analyzed using a number of comparative features, such as fashion content editorials or articles vs. The possibilities of analysis are endless.
Yet, she is also somewhat traditional, she expects to get married — but not just yet! She owns many shoes and at least one long conservative skirt, etc.
Apparently, Cosmo Girl was well received in modern Hong Kong, but treated with suspicion in Latin America and Indonesia, both rather conservative countries in terms of traditional gender roles. Yet, Craig argues, Western fashion is not unique in its exercise of power and distinction. The editorial and feature content may be interpreted as the most explicit reference to the issues of na- tional ownership and local audience.
Analysing advertisement matter is one way of uncovering the underlying cultural assumptions. Local representations How do Russians, British and French readers perceive their own culture in the pages of Vogue?
It appears that the face of contemporary Russian society is one steeped in former glory days, or at least one clinging to traditional male gender stereotypes of machismo.
Representations of women in the Russian edition of Vogue are not overtly sexy or sexual. There is also a distinct lack of powerful or creative Russian women in the pages.
He is captured in decidedly macho poses, displaying international savvy and local references by his clothing. Interestingly there is also a serious feature about xenophobia in Russian society, albeit without any accompanying images.
Advertising for local products and events is minimal. There is one ad for Russian chocolate, with the remaining ads for international brands, and a sprinkling of Russian boutiques selling international labels.
The majority of the advertisements are for international luxury products using the standard international images. This probably indicates that the local luxury market is still underdeveloped and that the readership is focused on the promises of the main brands from the West. This ad is also appears in the British edition of Vogue along with numerous other French luxury brands.
In the French edition, many of the local luxury brands are represented by models or actresses from elsewhere, for example, the English model Kate Moss as the face for the perfume Coco Mademoiselle Chanel , and the American actress Liv Tyler for Very Irresistible by Givenchy.
Another British brand — Smeg — uses a variety of colored fridges, with one decorated entirely by the Union Jack, the epitome of British design. The current campaign features a mud-splattered couple embracing on a motorbike with a Union Jack sticker on the body of the bike. The Union Jack often returns as the symbol of Britain, as opposed to the French or Russian editions of Vogue, where national emblems are rare or do not appear at all.
Representing the other We now trun to the question of how the luxury magazine, Vogue represents the Other, the exotic. There is also a feature about how Irish singer Bono and his wife Ali have joined with designer Rogan Gregory to create a fashion line that will be made from organic fabrics from Peru and Turkey with a sus- tainable agenda.
The Italian fashion house Valentino presents a model with a baby zebra for their African inspired collection. There is a story of a certain Sheikh Majed discussing life in the hot, exotic Eastern countries of India and China. He questions the nature of exoticism and argues that for some people — like those living in the East — Russia too is an exotic land with the cold, the Kremlin etc.
The exotic East is also the perfect destination for the wealthy Russians reading Vogue. Advertisements in the Russian Vogue are almost entirely from the West and include all the cultural baggage implied for the former Soviet nation.
Everything that has a brand name and is luxurious comes from elsewhere.
The advertisement for Burberry Brit perfume has the Bur- berry print on the umbrella and scarf of what looks like a typical British girl in front of a Rolls Royce with an English bobby policeman looking into the car. The Channel advertisement in this Russian Vogue features a model with the famous quilted bag and a photo of Place Vendome as a reference to luxury Paris.
There is also a page devoted to Halston, the American designer who dressed and associated with the jet-set and the glory days of Studio Asia is another theme in French Vogue, which gives a taste of the Other. The Japanese beauty routine — skin cleansing — is the focus of the beauty section.