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Swedish Fashion 1930–1960 [Elektronisk resurs] Rethinking the Swedish Textile and Clothing Industry

Kyaga, Ulrika 1973- (författare)
Nyberg, Klas (preses)
Evans, Caroline (preses)
Riegels Melchior, Marie (opponent)
Stockholms universitet Humanistiska fakulteten (utgivare)
ISBN 978-91-7649-924-5
Stockholm Department of Media Studies, Stockholm University 2017
Engelska 291
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  • E-bokAvhandling(Diss. Stockholm : Stockholms universitet, 2017)
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  • The aim of this thesis is to explore the development of Swedish fashion between 1930 and 1960 by examining the textile and clothing industry from the wider perspective of fashion production. It was during this period that Sweden was transformed into a leading industrial nation, which laid the foundation for increased prosperity in the post-war period. This historical and empirical study is predominantly based on systematic analysis of Swedish official statistics and close reading of the fashion press. The thesis applies a combination of approaches in the analytical chapters (chapter 2–4) that include three central aspects of fashion production: manufacturing, symbolic production, and the production of a national fashion.  Chapter 2 gives an account of the industrial production of clothing and examines the scope, size and structure of the textile and clothing industry. The results confirm its importance to the Swedish economy in the period. One important finding shows that a shift in production from tailored outerwear to lighter garments occurred as early as the mid-1950s.  Chapter 3 investigates the symbolic production of fashion by looking at the structure of the field of fashion in Sweden. The results show a French dominance where couturiers were celebrated as creative ‘artists’. A significant finding is how the idea of Swedish fashion was considered a process of creating economic value, as in clothing manufacturing.  Chapter 4 deals with fashion as an expression of national culture. The result reveals a significant fashion culture associated with an everyday wear fashion that followed the Social Democratic reforms aimed at equality in society during the period. One important finding is that the wool coat was the hallmark of Swedish fashion identity in the post-war period.  These results contribute to a broader understanding of fashion production and new insights into the history of its developments in Sweden between 1930 and 1960, which has gone largely unrecognised by previous fashion historians.  

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Humanities and the Arts  (hsv)
Other Humanities  (hsv)
Humaniora och konst  (hsv)
Annan humaniora  (hsv)
modevetenskap  (su)
Fashion Studies  (su)

Indexterm och SAB-rubrik

fashion production
fashion history
Swedish fashion
textile and clothing industry
clothing production
symbolic production
national fashion
field of fashion
Swedish fashion identity
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