OUT OF THE BOX THE RISE OF SNEAKER CULTURE

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Out Of The Box

Author : Bobbito Garcia
ISBN : 9780847846603
Genre : Design
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In line with popular titles like Where'd You Get Those? by sneaker-legend Bobbito Garcia, Out of the Box offers all the high-gloss collabs a collector could want in one place, fleshed out with new history and interviews with street culture greats. This visual history of one of the world's most coveted accessories, Out of the Box celebrates the rise of the sneaker over two centuries from humble sports shoe to fashion statement.
Category: Design

Shoes

Author : Elizabeth Semmelhack
ISBN : 1789140803
Genre : Footwear
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"We all make choices every day about which shoes to wear, but why do we choose the shoes we do? Today, buying, wearing and collecting shoes is for many of us a habit that borders on a fetish. Even those of us who consider shoes to be trivial are aware of how the wrong choice of footwear can have dire social consequences. This book explores the history of shoes and how different types of footwear have come to mean different things about the people who wear them. Organized around four main types - boots, sneakers, high heels and sandals - this book explains their origins, the impact of technology on how shoes are produced and worn, their designs and how they have come to have social meaning far beyond their use to protect the foot. Along the way Elizabeth Semmelhack reveals the anecdotes and scandals, successes and failures, dislikes and obsessions of the makers, wearers and observers who helped to create the movements and fashions of footwear."--
Category: Footwear

Collab Sneakers X Culture

Author : Elizabeth Semmelhack
ISBN : 9780847865789
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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A celebration of the great sneaker collaborations that have reimagined the shoe, elevating this most practical of footwear into the realm of wearable art. The ubiquitous sneaker is the canvas upon which so many defiers of convention--artists, musicians, athletes, and celebrities--have sought to make their mark and through the sneaker contribute to a unique identity and attitude among sneakerheads everywhere. Collected here are the best sneaker collaborations with the biggest makers--Adidas, Converse, Nike, Puma, Reebok--featuring nearly one hundred famous, infamous, and lesser-known partnerships. Museum-quality studio photographs of each sneaker are accompanied by visuals collected from the archives of sneaker makers, as well as ephemera such as design sketches and drawings illustrating the creative process. Author Elizabeth Semmelhack has conducted interviews with many collaborators, including an extensive Q&A with Chris Hill, design manager of Reebok, who has worked with Pyer Moss, Cam'ron, and many others. In her introduction, Semmelhack explores the history of collaborations, starting at the beginning with Jack Purcell, whose sneakers remain virtually unchanged today. More than eighty sneaker collaborations are featured, including Virgil Abloh (ten styles!), KAWS, Pharrell Williams, Bobbito Garcia, Damien Hirst, Jeremy Scott, Eminem, Supreme, Chanel, Missoni, Rihanna, Missy Elliott, Dr. Woo, and Fear of God.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Golden Kicks

Author : Jason Coles
ISBN : 9781472937063
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Many iconic shoes, such as the adidas Stan Smith, Nike Air Jordan and Puma Suede are worn by millions as everyday footwear, but were originally born to bring victory on court, track and field. Golden Kicks reveals the stories behind some of the greatest shoes in sporting history, the roles they played in sport's most significant moments, and how they have made the transition from classic sportswear to mainstream streetwear. Discover the amazing stories behind the shoes, the people who made them, and the athletes who wore them.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Crossing Gender Boundaries

Author : Andrew Reilly
ISBN : 9781789381153
Genre : Social Science
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This volume presents a collection of the most recent knowledge on the relationship between gender and fashion in historical and contemporary contexts. Through fourteen essays divided into three segments – how dress creates, disrupts and transcends gender – the chapters investigate gender issues through the lens of fashion. Crossing Gender Boundaries first examines how clothing has been, and continues to be, used to create and maintain the binary gender division that has come to permeate Western and westernized cultures. Next, it explores how dress can be used to contest and subvert binary gender expectations, before a final section that considers the meaning of gender and how dress can transcend it, focusing on unisex and genderless clothing. The essays consider how fashion can both constrict and free gender expression, explore the ways dress and gender are products of one other and illuminate the construction of gender through social norms. Readers will find that through analysis of the relationship between gender and fashion, they gain a better understanding of the world around them.
Category: Social Science

The Sports Shoe

Author : Thomas Turner
ISBN : 9781474281812
Genre : Design
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The story of the sneaker's rise from the first Victorian tennis shoes to the Nike Air Max and beyond Moving from the athletic field to the shopping mall, Thomas Turner tells a fresh story of the evolution of the sports shoe against the changing landscape of society, sport, fashion, industry, and technology. The Sports Shoe takes us on a journey from the first Victorian tennis shoes to the adidas Superstar and the innovative technologies of Nike Air Max. Featuring newly uncovered archival material and historic images showcasing key personalities, vintage marketing and common perceptions of this hugely desirable product, this book is a must-have for any sneaker collector, historian of popular culture, or anyone interested in the place of athletic footwear in our lives today.
Category: Design

Behaviorism

Author : J. E. R. Staddon
ISBN : UOM:39015009124127
Genre : Behaviorism
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Category: Behaviorism

Heterodoxy

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105011837643
Genre : Popular culture
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Category: Popular culture

The Baffler

Author : Thomas C. Frank
ISBN : 1888984252
Genre : Fiction
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Brilliantly designed and bursting with an eclectic range of material, the Baffler is a literary journal with a difference, juxtaposing visual images with a dynamic range of writings. From history to poetry, social and political commentary to fiction, THE BAFFLER is the critically acclaimed pubication for all avid followers of contemporary culture.
Category: Fiction