Dress You Up: A Capsule Collection of Fashionable Fiction

Dress You Up: A Capsule Collection of Fashionable Fiction

by Brian Centrone

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Overview

Dress You Up is an anthology like no other. The twelve diverse stories in this collection speak to the multiple ways in which fashion is more than just the clothes we wear. There will be no frivolous yarns about fashion here--those tales can be found in other closets. This Capsule Collection of Fashionable Fiction illustrates how the clothing and accessories we wear or covet often reflect past memories, present challenges, or future hopes and dreams. The stories focus on themes such as trauma and healing, perception and identity, love and loss, hopes and dreams. Ultimately, these stories help us understand how fashion can shape who we are or who we want to be. Edited by Brian Centrone (Salon Style: Fiction, Poetry & Art and Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South) and illustrated by Stephen Tornero, Dress You Up will dazzle and delight readers as much as it will touch and move them.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997264944
Publisher: New Lit Salon Press, LLC
Publication date: 04/06/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 110
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Brian Centrone is a writer, editor, and fashion historian specializing in menswear and pop culture. He is the editor of Salon Style: Fiction, Poetry & Art, as well as the co-editor of Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South. His fashion research has appeared in Threads magazine, the FIDM Museum Blog, the FIT Fashion History Timeline, and the Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Film and Television Costume Design (forthcoming). He is the author of the novel An Ordinary Boy and two short story collections, I Voted for Biddy Schumacher: Mismatched Tales from the Mind of Brian Centrone and Erotica.

Table of Contents

"A Pocket for Secrets" by Susan Carey

"This One's Not for Us" by Farah Ahamed

"A Statement Bag" by Gerri Leen

"A Weekend with Imogen" by Cheney Luttich

"Battle Jacket" by Blake Jessop

"42nd Street Shuttle" by Linda Welters

"The Weight of a Bag" by Gabriella Brand

"Hemlines" by P.J. Schaefer

"Second Hand Rose" by Lindsay Bamfield

"A Significant Other" by Larissa Hikel

"The Wedding Dress" by Evelyn Forest

"It Matches Your Eyes" by Madeleine McDonald

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