This volume compiles varied perspectives that illustrate the successful and enriching confluence of the field of fashion and theories of memory. The three editors, Alison Slater, Susan Atkin, and Elizabeth Kealy-Morris, present and frame the anthology in a comprehensive introduction elucidating the relevance of memory work within fashion and dress research. The centrality of memory within the volume is not only apparent “at the heart of its methodological and theoretical framework” (5) in the intentions set out by the editors in the introduction, but it is also achieved and maintained in every chapter of the volume. Besides outlining the different sections and chapters of the book, this co-written initial chapter offers insightful connections between the different contributions, such as the noteworthy position of “the wearer’s recollected experience” and the centrality of everyday dress practices. In addition, the editors select key terms in a more theoretical sense concerning the crucial theoretical...

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