Accessorizing the Body is the first in the four-part series Habits of Being, which charts the social, cultural, and political expression of clothing as seen on the street and in museums, in films and literature, and in advertisements and magazines. This volume features a close-up focus on accessories—the shoe, the hat, the necklace—intimately connected to the body.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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