Critical Studies in Men's Fashion
ISSN: 2050070X
Online ISSN: 20500718
First published in 2014
3 issues per volume
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Principal Editor
Andrew Reilly

areilly@hawaii.edu
University of Hawai`i, Mānoa


Associate Editors
Alex Bitterman
Rochester Institute of Technology

 
Joseph H. Hancock, II,
Drexel Unviersity
 
Vicki Karaminas
University of Technology, Sydney

 
Nancy Rudd
The Ohio State University

 
Kekke Stadin
Sodertorn University

 
Media Review Editor
Jose Blanco F.
University of Georgia

Editorial Assistant
Nick Alexander
Iowa Western Community College
 
Critical Studies in Men’s Fashion examines the multi-faceted dimensions of men’s appearance. It uses the holistic definition of dress as a means of examining the tangible and intangible aspects of creating and maintaining appearance. This journal is the first to exclusively focus on men’s dress and topics of gender, identity, sexuality, culture, marketing and business will be discussed. Men’s dress and fashion have been side-lined in scholarship, and this journal provides a dedicated space for the discussion, analysis, and theoretical development of men’s appearance from multiple disciplines. All articles are blind-peer reviewed in order to maintain the highest standards of scholastic integrity. Theoretical and empirical scholarship in the form of original articles, manuscripts, research reports, pedagogy, and media reviews are welcome.

 


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