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Berliner Chic
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Introduction: Locating Berliner Chic Chapter One: Berliner Chic in Museums Chapter Two: Berliner Chic and Historiography Chapter Three: Berliner Chic Between Fashion and Photography Chapter Four: Berliner Chic on the Silver Screen Chapter Five: Berlin Calling: Sex and Drugs and Punk and Techno Chapter Six: Becoming Berlin: The Flux of Corporate Luxe Conclusion: Where Fashion Lives Today: Battleground Berlin

About the Author

Susan Ingram coordinates York University's European Studies Programme. Katrina Sark is a PhD student in the Department of German Studies, McGill University.

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"While German literary scholars and costume historians have produced numerous fascinating studies on the topic, fashion buffs outside of the German-speaking realm have rarely paid attention to Berlin as a center of fashion. Ingram and Sark's book is thus filling an important gap in our awareness of fashion in Berlin as a major aesthetic and sociopolitical phenomenon of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. In its scope and ambition, this is a pioneering study with a comprehensive approach to the various aspects of public life that have constituted historically Berlin's distinctive position on the international fashion scene. Berliner Chic offers a wealth of theoretical references, a historical framework, and a rich bibliography, as well as plenty of charming anecdotes, engaging stories, and ample photographs. One can imagine the reader packing this book before a trip to Berlin and using it as an alternative travel guide."--Mila Ganeva "Worn Through" (6/1/2011 12:00:00 AM)

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