provisional summaryof the special issue in English
432 pages, to be published at the beginning of 2018.
Opening story — Scanning fashion. Interview and portfolio of Katerina Jebb, Romy Texier
Norms and transgressions — Delphine Baron, “The queen of fancy dress” on trial.Costume balls and social norms during the Second Empire. Corinne Legoy — Workers’ smocks in the 19th century. Alain Faure — Alterations. The body, fixed size clothing and industrial standards in the 19th century,Manuel Charpy — Their ball. Notes on the photos of Magic-City, drag ball of the inter-war period. Farid Chenoune — Controversy in Los Angeles. Bathing Etiquette in California during the Early 20th Century, Elsa Devienne — Cabin crew uniforms told by those who wear them. Loic Perramond — Voguing or going beyond norms. Manuel Charpy — By order of his majesty, King Henry II. Marjorie Meiss — A condensed review of rags and ads. Patrice Verdière
Without fashion — From the rejection of fashion to the creation of “anti-fashion”. Catherine Rouvière — The French Revolution and the veil. Nicole Pellegrin — “Clothing is a crime”, German prophets of nudism in the 1900s. Marc Cluet — From immodesty to modesty, dressing in New Caledonia. Isabelle Merle — There is no American Indian costume. The dress regime of a Sioux reserve, Thomas Grillot — Fashion in ashes, new collections for the hereafter. Jing Wang — Tarno, From funk to the prophet. Fashion and the return to Islam. Souley Hassane — Fashion in times of scarcity. Maude Bass-Krueger et Sophie Kurkdjian — Fashion restrained, social consumer organisations at the turn of the 20th century.Marie Chessel — Fashion, clothes and feminism. Interviews. Corinne Legoy et Marjorie Meiss — Fashion beyond cloth. Photographic portraits of mannequins by Nicolas Descottes. PresentationCéline Malet — The Wild Boys, according to W. Burroughs. Bérenger Pelc — Zero degree style. Benjamin Simmenauer — The Amish community, a photographic enquiry. Juliette Angotti — Summer of Love, 1967, photo reportage. Dennis L. Mannes Epilogue — The French alphabet book. Céline Mallet and Mathieu Buard