Not only your clothes define a thing or two regarding what society perceives from you, but your hairstyle can reveal big surprises regarding their understanding of your fashionable personae. So, what defines you more…clothes, hair or a hybrid of these two? AdvertisementsRead More
As Gaston Bouthoul said at his Traité de sociologie: Fashion is a periodic phenomenon mainly from psychological origin. If so, are we really experiencing Fashion unconsciously or even consciously? In such context, have you ever thought about how bags can translate your inner hopes, dreams or how you are experiencing life, even unconsciously?!Read More
The fashionable personae is understood as a situated, narrative, and performative character developed by bloggers specifically for their blogs that is anchored simultaneously in the blogger’s self-identity and in the enactment of collective cultural narratives.
in Monica Titton (2015) Fashionable Personae: Self-identity and Enactments of Fashion Narratives in Fashion Blogs, Fashion Theory, 19:2, 201-220
I After Me is a style article from my Fashionable Personae series that explores my dress practices & reflexive identity politics during Lisboa Fashion Week SS19 /13 Oct 18/. Ready for a selfhood revolve?Read More
Self-representation is defined as “a statement of facts, reasons, etc., made in appealing or protesting; a protest or remonstrance”. This is part of my findings while questioning myself – & afterwards, the #BeYOUtiful people on my Instagram – about why I became to dress in a disruptive way in the countryside when compared to the…Read More