Fashion

Theory and practice of hip garments



I have broken this out into various themes, trousers, low impact fashion, gym wear, footwear and probably more by now. Particulate masks?? Hygienic masks?? The remainders are here.

Theory of fashion

Models of fashions (as opposed to fashion models):

  1. Red queen signalling
  2. Neutral mutation (Ormerod and Bentley 2010)
  3. Network diffusion

These can probably be considered as innovation diffusion models.

Political economy of fashion

Rachel Huber wonders about blockchainized surveillance for brand fashion and its impact on the concept of ownership.

Sustainable

Upcycling tips?

Indonesian

See Indonesian e-commerce.

Batik

The good cheap stuff comes from Indonesia, but indonesia is a closed economy.

  • Jadi Batek is a Malaysian one with pretty sweet designs although suspect cuts.

Bolo ties

My current hero is GTiesByRebelCaller.

I have many of his.

A true work of art, the Gtie Octopus which you can buy on etsy.

References

Bentley, R Alexander, Paul Ormerod, and Michael Batty. 2011. Evolving Social Influence in Large Populations.” Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65 (3): 537–46.
Bentley, R Alexander, Paul Ormerod, and Stephen Shennan. 2011. Population-Level Neutral Model Already Explains Linguistic Patterns.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1713): 1770–72.
Centola, D, and Michael W Macy. 2007. “Complex Contagions and the Weakness of Long Ties.” American Journal of Sociology 113 (3): 702.
DellaPosta, Daniel, Yongren Shi, and Michael Macy. 2015. Why Do Liberals Drink Lattes? American Journal of Sociology 120 (5): 1473–1511.
Luvaas, Brent. 2010. Designer Vandalism: Indonesian Indie Fashion and the Cultural Practice of Cut ‘n’ Paste.” Visual Anthropology Review 26 (1): 1–16.
———. 2013a. Material Interventions: Indonesian DIY Fashion and the Regime of the Global Brand.” Cultural Anthropology 28 (1): 127–43.
———. 2013b. Indonesian Fashion Blogs: On the Promotional Subject of Personal Style.” Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture 17 (1): 55–76.
Ormerod, Paul, and R Alexander Bentley. 2010. “Modelling Creative Innovation.” Cultural Science 3 (1).
Ormerod, Paul, and Greg Wiltshire. 2009. ‘Binge’ Drinking in the UK: A Social Network Phenomenon.” Mind & Society 8 (2): 135–52.
Serrà, Joan, Álvaro Corral, Marián Boguñá, Martín Haro, and Josep Ll Arcos. 2012. Measuring the Evolution of Contemporary Western Popular Music.” Scientific Reports 2 (July).

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