Women in Clothes
Part collective memoir, part field study, Women in Clothes is a contemporary wide-netted tome incorporating the experiences and stories of hundreds of women from myriad backgrounds – married, single, young, old, famous, anonymous – regarding their relationship to their clothing.
Dense with interviews, essays, photographs, and illustrations, this collection is an acknowledgment and exploration of how our garments shape and define our lives, highlighting the power of women's daily choices, bringing humor and depth to the attention we pay to our clothing, and plumbing aspects of body image and self-esteem so integral to what women wear.
Soft cover with color photographs throughout.
Measures ~6"x9". 515 pages.