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HUEC 4072:  HISTORY OF DRESS AND ADORNMENT AFTER 1700 INTRODUCTION Part I Dr. Jenna T. Kuttruff School of Human Ecology Louisiana State University
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Definitions of dress "Dress is the total arrangement of all the outwardly detectible modifications of a person's body and all material objects added to it" (Roach and Musa 1980:68). Dress is the assemblage of modifications of the body and/or supplements to the body (Roach-Higgins and Eicher 1992:1).
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Dress l www.consumerreports.org Miss Eleanor Souray, c 1904 Gernsheim, 1981, no. 195 Oprfhs.org Twice as many students said they would need to their change answers to the questions based on class definition of dress than students who would not.
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The properties  of dress identified and interpreted by the senses (sight, touch, smell, sound, taste) Examples: Red shirt – sight Soft velvet dress – touch Sweet perfume or deodorant - smell Squeaky shoes - sound Fruit flavored lipstick - taste
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Sight Giorgio di Sant’Angelo floral print dress, 1973 Steele, 1997, pg 83
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Touch Issey Miyake molded plastic bustier, 1983 Steele, 1997, pg 127 Halston fur-trimmed maxi coat, 1971 Steele, 1997, pg 78
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Smell 1942 Chanel ad Vintagefashion.allinfo-about.com www.ciudadfutura.com Egyptian woman with unguent cone on head 1992, pg 51
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Sound Tap shoes www.freedoflondon.com Kent State University Museum Museum catalog, 1985 (?)
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Taste www.partypalooza.com
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Dress acts as alterants of body processes Body modifications may alter body process in either positive or negative ways. media for communication
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course HUEC 4072 taught by Professor Kutruff during the Fall '11 term at LSU.

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