___Let's dress the country! Fashion and dress under socialism [Öltöztessük fel az országot! Divat és öltözködés a szocializmusban]___Back

Edited by Ildikó Simonovics and Tibor Valuch
Budapest: Argumentum–1956-os Intézet, 2009

Foreword

Fashion and ideology
Djurdja Bartlett: Ideology and dress-the prime and decline of official socialist fashion
Péter Zsolt: Socialism's brush with fashion
Éva Zanin: Fashion, ideology and dictatorship
Antal Csipes: Training of fashion designers in Hungary in 1945-1983
Ildikó Simonovics: "Let's dress the country!" or fashion socialist style
 
Dress and clothing customs
Tibor Valuch: Changes in urban dress in Hungary after 1945
Katalin Medvedev: Fashion and crime in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s
Izabella Agárdi: The "nylon home"-heritage of an empire
György Majtényi: Tradition, code and etiquette-the dress of the state socialist elite
Eszter Zsófia Tóth: The dress of female workers in the socialist period
Ferenc Hammer: Denim in the socialist period in Hungary, 1960-1990
Magdolna Szapu: Self-identifying and distinguishing marks and symbols in young people's dress
Katalin Juhász: Complexion protection-toilette and beauty care in town and country in the 1960s and 1970s
 
Through contemporary eyes
Katalin F. Dózsa: Socialist fashion in reality, or how a Pest lady can be stylish if there's nothing to buy in the stores
Valéria Kovács: Behind the scenes-fashion in the 1970s and 1980s through a fashion model's eyes
Enikő Deés: Large-scale industry and creativity
Magda Vámos: Fashion coordination-the activity of the Hungarian Fashion Institute from the fifties to the nineties


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