MONOGRAPHS

French Fashion, Women, and the First World War. With Sophie Kurdkjian. Under contract with Yale University Press. To be published in February 2019.

 

ARTICLES (PEER REVIEWED)

“Fashion collections, collectors, and exhibitions in France, 1874-1900: historical imagination, the spectacular past, and the practice of restoration,” Fashion Theory, January 2018.

“The State of Fashion Studies in France: Past, Present, and Future,” with Sophie Kurkdjian, The International Journal of Fashion Studies, to be published in Feburary 2018.

“From the ‘union parfaite’ to the ‘union brisée’: The French couture industry and the midinettes during the Great War,” Costume (January, 2013): 28-44.

 

CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES

“De l’archéologie à la rénovation des Beaux-Arts,” Chapter introduction in Anthologie de la mode (Paris: Éditions du reel, under contract).

 

ARTICLES (NON PEER REVIEWED)

With Sophie Kurkdjian. “Mode & Femmes, 1914-1918,” La Revue des Deux Mondes, (February 2018): 80-90.

With Sophie Kurkdjian. “La mode en temps de pénurie (1944-1951): Les journaux intimes d’une adolescente, Jane Aubaile,” Modes Pratiques, n2 (2017).

With Sophie Kurkdjian. “Copies et contrefaçons dans l’industrie de la mode entre 1914 et 1918,” published online June 1, 2017.

With Sophie Kurkdjian. “Lucien Vogel, éditeur patriotique de journaux de mode,” published online May 11, 2017.

With Sophie Kurkdjian. “Gabrielle Chanel et Jeanne Lanvin, deux couturières révélées par la Grande Guerre,” published online on May 3, 2017.

 

REVIEWS – EXHIBITIONS, BOOKS, CONFERENCES

“’Je t’aime, moi non plus,’ Compte-rendu du colloque ‘Échanges Franco-Allemands dans la Mode’ (Paris, 6-7 octobre et Berlin, 10-11 octobre, 2016)” in Regards Croisés, Revue Franco-Allemande 6 (janvier 2017). Online.

 

CATALOGUE ESSAYS AND ENTRIES

Catalogue du Musée de Meaux (forthcoming).

– Catalogue entries on “Robe de deuil,” “capote type Poiret,” “douilles d’obus”

Georges Hoentschel: Collector, Designer, and Architect in Belle Époque Paris (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2013): 168-169, 174-175, 188-191, 232-239.     

– Catalogue entries on medieval sculpture, textiles for the Salon du Bois of the Union Centrale des Arts Décoratifs Pavilion at the Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1900, and woven and brocaded textiles samples from the Lyon manufacturer Prelle.

Staging Fashion, 1880-1920: Jane Hading, Lily Elsie, Billie Burke (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012):

– Catalogue essays on “Billie Burke: Biography,” “Billie Burke and Fashion,” “Billie Burke and Photography,” “Jane Hading and Advertising,” and “Jane Hading and the Press”.