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Explores the myths, ideas, and history that makes up haute couture, the must-have trends over the centuries, and the very concept of fashion itself. This title explores the possible meanings encompassed by the word fashion', probing its elusive place in art, politics, and history.
Lars Svendsen is Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy, University of Bergen, Norway. He is the author of many books, including Man, Morals and Genes: A Critique of Biologism (2001), The Philosophy of Evil (2001) and the critically acclaimed and successful A Philosophy of Boredom (Reaktion, 2005).