One of the unresolved arguments in the visvim fashion world for a long time is that it is an artistic problem, whether it is an artistic problem or whether fashion can be portrayed as art. Does temporary temperament, consumerism, frivolity and (sometimes) vulgar roots prevent us from achieving this transcendence? Or are they the most conceptual, time-consuming, sophisticated, original and expensive clothes?
I am a critics, so people generally think that I am getting closer to “art”, but I always pay more attention to the museum’s interpretation of museum issues. This tends to see fashion as decorative art, not art. . But we may have mistaken this question. You should not question whether fashion is art, how fashion is related to art, and vice versa. Or Irene Ribeiro, Emeritus Professor at the Cortold Institute in London, suggested.
In fact, the academic paper “Clothing” disguised as a coffee table has been a masterpiece of delicate and boring work for both men and women for over three centuries. Ribeiro is the author of many other books, such as “Dress and Morality” and “French Revolution Fashion”, but this is one of her largest and ambitious works, with colorful replicas and many small It’s full of books.
Fashion Is Art
But populists are not. Ribeiro does not use fashion to create Rembrandt, Hogarth and Delacroix. She tried to make artists think about how to use fashion. For example, Van Dyck was “the concept of fashion clothes,” but “soft,” but how Klimt “restructured”
Ribeiro may be a costume historian, but not only supports her views on roles such as Dante Gabriel Rossetti, but also Roland Barthes, John Burger (John Burger), DH Lawrence, Le Corbusier, Marcel Proust Thorstein Veblen (many).
Reading her book may be overwhelming or it may be a weapon. This is important in every aspect. If you are confused about an attractive presentation, then it is best to have a picture book.
Not only colorful images, but also easy to get lost by reference. And maybe very attractive, but getting in and out is attractive. OK. But Ribeiro’s argument persists on many pages, and is based on details and accumulated evidence and is worth considering. After all, not only eyes and hearts, but also a wardrobe.