The chapter discusses jewellery-wearing in France, Britain and America in the 1920s. It considers the changing attitudes to wearing and thinking about jewellery that came about after the end of the First World War, including what jewellery was, what it meant to the wearer and how it was represented and 'performed'.
|Translated title of the contribution||“L'intelligence de la parure”: notes on the jewelry of the 1920s|
|Title of host publication||Теория моды|
|Subtitle of host publication||одежда, тело, культура|
|Place of Publication||Moscow|
|Publisher||New Literary Observer|
|Number of pages||22|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
Bibliographical noteA translation into Russian of my article for Fashion Theory, 20 (1): 5-26. 2016.