"If designer Jean Paul Gaultier and feminist leader Gloria Steinem had a love child.....she might have turned out like Kate Mitchell."
San Francisco Examiner
Fashioning Women is a sendup and dressing down of the fashion industry and the expectations about women’s beauty that are embedded in American culture. By turns funny and provocative, the book features original “faux” couture and artwork by the author, along with article parodies and mock advertisements. All together, Fashioning Women is a commentary on women’s valiant response to achieve the feminine ideal, regardless of its impossibility.
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