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Labor and Creativity in New York's Global Fashion Industry, Hardback Book

Labor and Creativity in New York's Global Fashion Industry Hardback

Part of the Routledge Research in Design Studies series



This book tells the story of fashion workers engaged in the labor of design and the material making of New York fashion. Christina H. Moon offers an illuminating ethnography into the various sites and practices that make up fashion labor in sample rooms, design studios, runways, factories, and design schools of the New York fashion world.

By exploring the work practices, social worlds, and aspirations of fashion workers, this book offers a unique look into the meaning of labor and creativity in 21st century global fashion. This book will be of interest to scholars in design studies, fashion history, and fashion labor.

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