Dressing the Imagination
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With an approach that ranges from admiration and role-play to gender performance, this is the first book to fully examine the subculture and costume of the Cosplay phenomenon. Drawing on extensive first-hand research at conventions across North America and Asia, Theresa M. Winge invites us to explore how Cosplay functions as a meritocracy of creativity, escapism, and disguise, and offers a creative realm in which fantasy and new forms of socializing carry as much importance as costume.
Illustrated with color photographs of both celebrity and amateur Cosplayers, Costuming Cosplay is essential reading for students and scholars of fashion and costume, popular culture, anthropology, gender, and media studies, as well as global players and fans of Cosplay.
Chapter 1: Cosplay
Chapter 2: Cosplay Subculture
Chapter 3: Dressing the Part
Chapter 4: Cosplay is a Way of Life
Chapter 5: Girl Power
Chapter 6: Cosplay Worlds
The first scholarly study of Cosplay, this book goes beyond dazzling dress practices to explore motivations and meanings behind the global phenomenon