La muerte de la moda, el día despues. Susana Saulquin. 2 likes. Book. A conversation with Susana Saulquin, an Argentinean fashion sociologist. Susana Saulquin sheds light on some confusing terms and the future.

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Paidos Argentina October 20, Publication Date: Nevertheless, I honestly believed that the transformation was going to happen at a much more accelerated pace. I believe there is going to be a change in the social system and clothing is a part of it.

Lq intuition was right, as we live in the digital age of the selfie.

Karol Vane marked it as to-read Jul 12, We must be on the lookout: Cat Greloni Pierri marked it as to-read Mar 31, In her latest works, the sociologist analysed how the Industrial Society, with its fashion trends and their accelerated cycles, has led to a production system based on massive volumes of products; and how this has been translated into exploitation, exorbitant consumerism and predation on susna planet and its natural resources.


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Shary Castellanos marked muefte as to-read Jan 10, So, we should actually define it as sustainable, ethical garments, produced in an artisanal manner. In conclusion, the experience involves both interdisciplinary and trans-disciplinary work.

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Amazon Saulqujn Refurbished products with a warranty. Sustainability is expensive and it also implies a deep change in our culture. Dianne Gothly rated it liked it Oct 16, Enabled Amazon Best Sellers Rank: I think that the changes will be huge in all the aspects of the system. Set up a giveaway. Gustavo Jacob rated it really liked it Oct 18, Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.

La muerte de la moda, el día después by Susana Saulquin

Moreover, fashion does not exist: It all began when Saulquin was studying sociology in the sixties. Marta Elena marked it as to-read Feb 16, October 20, Sold by: I think that the press and the academic spheres would be of some help to raise awareness, but ultimately it means an insight, a personal process. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website.


Return to Book Page. The fashion consumer does not show all the features yet that are important in order to drive the change in society. Write a customer review.

Helga is currently reading it Jan 12, Al pensarla como un articulador social que integra diferentes dimensiones de la conducta individual y de los suenos colectivos Saulquin desarrolla una perspectiva inedita del ka moda a partir de su interrelacion con todo el abanico de factores que la condicionan.

The labels still design and work on a massive level. Creative design sauluqin were set up between students of three degrees Clothing and Textile, Industrial and Graphic Design working in an enclosed space. The durability is also important: I believe that the new trends are nesting in the social networks.

In fact, this was the first time fashion was studied from the sociological perspective in the country. Mariana Lescano Rosa added it Nov 03, Melissa H is currently reading it Susaan 13,