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    Il soutient les faibles et contient les forts

    2015

    In-text: (Il soutient les faibles et contient les forts, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: 2015. Il soutient les faibles et contient les forts. [image] Available at: <https://tammayauthor.com/index.php/2015/06/23/past-blast-tuesday-fashion-nightmares-part-1-the-corset/> [Accessed 4 May 2018].

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    Image: kourtneykardash/Instagram

    2016

    In-text: (Image: kourtneykardash/Instagram, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: 2016. Image: kourtneykardash/Instagram. [image] Available at: <http://www.sheknows.com/beauty-and-style/articles/1116379/kardashian-waist-trainer-lawsuit> [Accessed 4 May 2018].

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    Johnson, D. M.

    Femininity and the Corset

    2017 - Northumbria University

    Corsets allowed women to control their bodies and were vital to the image of respectable femininity

    In-text: (Johnson, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Johnson, D., 2017. Femininity and the Corset.

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    Johnson, D. M.

    Femininity and the Corset

    2017 - Northumbria University

    lacing required a servant. Corsets prevented women from undertaking physical activities (work) – so restricted to the upper and middle classes.

    In-text: (Johnson, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Johnson, D., 2017. Femininity and the Corset.

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    Johnson, D. M.

    Femininity and the Corset

    2017 - Northumbria University

    fetishism and BDSM activities. A submissive can be forced to wear a corset to give restriction. A dominant can wear a corset to achieve an armoured, commanding appearance. The meanings of the corset alternate between subjugation and empowerment.  High fashion has investigated this ambiguity – private becomes public; underwear becomes outerwear.

    In-text: (Johnson, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Johnson, D., 2017. Femininity and the Corset.

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    Karmali, S.

    Jean Paul Gaultier Exhibition Comes To London

    2013 - Vogue

    “iconic conical corset – as worn on stage during her 1990 Blonde Ambition tour

    In-text: (Karmali, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Karmali, S., 2013. Jean Paul Gaultier Exhibition Comes To London. [online] Vogue.co.uk. Available at: <http://www.vogue.co.uk/article/jean-paul-gaultier-exhibition-london-barbican-madonna-conical-corset> [Accessed 4 May 2018].

  • Book

    Steele, V.

    The corset

    2001 - Yale University Press - New Haven and London

    known for subverting the clichés of masculinity and femininity through parodic exaggeration. He is notorious for emphasizing sexuality through the use of fetishized garments, and has made the corset an integral part of his work.

    In-text: (Steele, 2001)

    Your Bibliography: Steele, V., 2001. The corset. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, pp.167, 168.

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    Summers, L.

    Bound to please

    2001 - Berg - Oxford

    “furnish woman with a method of heightening at once her two chief secondary sexual characteristics, the bosom above and the hips and buttocks below.

    In-text: (Summers, 2001)

    Your Bibliography: Summers, L., 2001. Bound to please. Oxford: Berg, p.2.

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    Corsets & Crinolines in Victorian Fashion - Victoria and Albert Museum

    2016 - Victoria and Albert Museum

    Women clearly did suffer for the sake of fashion, just as many do today with high heels and plastic surgery.

    In-text: (Corsets & Crinolines in Victorian Fashion - Victoria and Albert Museum, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Vam.ac.uk. 2016. Corsets & Crinolines in Victorian Fashion - Victoria and Albert Museum. [online] Available at: <http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/c/corsets-and-crinolines-in-victorian-fashion/> [Accessed 4 May 2018].

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    Corsets and Bustles from 1880-90 - the Move from Over-Structured Opulence to the 'Healthy Corset' - Victoria and Albert Museum

    2016 - Victoria and Albert Museum

    much attention paid to its design and execution. The rapid growth of the corset manufacturing industries meant that there was greater variety in materials, colour, size and fit. The most expensive might be made of satin, brightly coloured corsets also became more acceptable

    In-text: (Corsets and Bustles from 1880-90 - the Move from Over-Structured Opulence to the 'Healthy Corset' - Victoria and Albert Museum, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Vam.ac.uk. 2016. Corsets and Bustles from 1880-90 - the Move from Over-Structured Opulence to the 'Healthy Corset' - Victoria and Albert Museum. [online] Available at: <http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/c/corsets-and-bustles-1880-1890-from-over-structured-opulence-to-the-healthy-corset/> [Accessed 4 May 2018].

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    Vogue

    Madonna on stage during her Blonde Ambition tour, wearing a Gaultier corset.

    2012

    In-text: (Vogue, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Vogue, 2012. Madonna on stage during her Blonde Ambition tour, wearing a Gaultier corset.. [image] Available at: <http://www.vogue.co.uk/gallery/jean-paul-gaultier-style-file> [Accessed 5 May 2018].

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