Fashion in the Life of George Sand

@article{Siegfried2020FashionIT,
  title={Fashion in the Life of George Sand},
  author={Susan L. Siegfried and John Finkelberg},
  journal={Fashion Theory},
  year={2020},
  pages={1-35}
}
This essay explores George Sand’s (1804–1876) complicated relationship to clothing. The mythology surrounding her notorious cross-dressing has, we argue, occluded her real engagement with the cultu... 

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