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List of Figures Introduction: Inserting Fashion into Space John Potvin Part I: Picturing Fashion/Fashionable Pictures 1. Tracking Fashions: Risking It All at the Hippodrome de Longchamp Heidi Brevik-Zender 2. Framing the Victorians: Photography, Fashion and Identity Margaret Denny 3. On the Golden Stairs: The Spectacle of the Victorian Woman in White Anne Anderson 4. Maurice de Rothschild's "Remembrances of Things Past": Costume Obsession and Decadence, the Collection of a Belle Epoque Dandy Christopher Bedford Part II: Cultures of Display 5. Fashion's Chameleons: Camouflage, "Conspicuousness" and Gendered Display during WWI Allison Matthews David 6. Making the Princeton Man: Collegiate Clothing and Campus Culture, 1900-1920 Deidre Clemente 7. Elegance and Spectacle in Berlin: The Gerson Fashion Store and the Rise of the Modern Fashion Show Mila Ganeva 8. The City Boutique: Milan and the Spaces of Fashion Francesca Muscau 9. Libertine Acts: Fashion and Furniture Peter McNeil Part III: Window Dressing and Boutique Culture 10. Dressing Rooms: Women, Fashion and the Department Store Louisa Iarocci 11. The Logic of the Mannequin: Shop Windows and the Realist Novel Vanessa Osborne 12. Allure of the Silent Beauties: Mannequins and Display in America, 1935-1970 Emily Klug 13. "A House that is Made of Hats": The Lilly Dache Building 1937-1968 Rebecca Jumper Matheson 14. From "Paradise" to Cyberspace: The Revival of the Bourgeois Marketplace Elyssa Dimant 15. Armani/Architecture: The Timelessness and Textures of Space John Potvin Notes on Contributors Index
John Potvin is Assistant Professor of Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century European Art. He is the author of Boundaries and Intimacy: Material and Visual Cultures Beyond Male Bonding, 1880-1914 (Ashgate, December 2007) and co-editor of the forthcoming Collecting Subjects in Britain, 1700-1914: The Visual Meanings and Pleasures of Material Culture (Ashgate).