not how to dress guides or anything like that. but information about modern fashion, movements, designers, brands, houses etc
Andrew Bolton's "The Super Modern Wardrobe" is an excellent guide to the behinds of tech wear. Includes a lot of Sportwear Company(Stoneisland and CP Company) master pieces and a bunch of stuff on Final Home and Maharishi
Encompasses late 90's to around 2003/2004 iirc
>>10909238 do you like films anon?
^what it says. Not that many new posts but an excellent archive; just search for the style of a movie you're interested in
also thesuitsofjamesbond.com for some truly Rain Man-level analysis of his suits through the series.
Re-Orienting Fashion - The chapter by Lise Skov is wonderful. It discusses the Orientalism that Japanese designers faced in the eighties. Actually, I would recommend anything by Lise Skov
The Japanese Revolution in Paris Fashion - For those who love their Japanese designers especially those in the eighties this is the book for you. It's a comprehensive book on Japanese designers in Paris and covers a wide range of topics. Kawamura Yuniwa.
Fashion Zeitgeist - It's a bit pretentious but a good read none the less.
When Clothes Become Fashion - Haven't read too much of this, but what I've read is very good. It's toned down version of Fashion Zeitgeist and frankly much more insightful. It mostly deals with Avant-garde and post-modernist fashion.
The Cutting Edge Fashion From Japan - The editorials are pretty tame, and I'm not a fan of Bonnie English as a scholar or least when she discusses Japanese designers. But the catalog of Japanese fashion designers is lovely.
About Face Performing Race in Fashion and Theater - Very good book. Once again covers the issue of Orientalism in fashion.
http://www.amazon.com/Basics-Fashion-Design-06-Knitwear/dp/2940411166 the whole series is cool.