Looking for the Jiang Qing Dress: Some Preliminary Findings

@article{Finnane2005LookingFT,
  title={Looking for the Jiang Qing Dress: Some Preliminary Findings},
  author={Antonia Finnane},
  journal={Fashion Theory},
  year={2005},
  volume={9},
  pages={22 - 3}
}
  • A. Finnane
  • Published 1 March 2005
  • Education
  • Fashion Theory
(2005). Looking for the Jiang Qing Dress: Some Preliminary Findings. Fashion Theory: Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 3-22. 
1 Citations

Index

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 47 REFERENCES

China Chic: East Meets West

An exploration of the evolution of Chinese dress, from the dragon robes and lotus shoes of the imperial era to the modern Mao suit. It demolishes the myth of an ancient, unchanging mode of dress. The

Dressing for Leadership in China: Wives and Husbands in an Age of Revolutions (1911–1976)

TLDR
This essay examines the sartorial practices of three specific marriage partnerships to arrive at a nuanced understanding of the counterbalance of female and male roles played out in the public gaze through the great turns of twentieth-century Chinese history.

Gender, Nation and the Politics of Dress in Twentieth‐Century Philippines

This paper examines the politics of dress in twentieth‐century Philippines, exploring the imbrication of dress, politics and gender. It argues that there was an inherent tension between Western

Comrade Chiang Ch'ing

She appeared in public wearing such a garment at the reception for Chinese American physicist Li Cheng-tao

  • 1977

Art and Artists of Twentieth-Century China