• EBooks

The Berg Fashion Library includes the full text of nearly 80 Bloomsbury fashion e-books, which will be added to on an ongoing basis. The books in the library so far are listed below. If you are a subscriber, you can link directly through to the EBook content on the site by clicking on the links below. If you are not yet a subscriber, you can find more information about each book by clicking on the links on the right hand side – these will take you through to the book page on the Bloomsbury website.


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A History of the Paper Pattern Industry NEW!
Alternative Femininities

Aesthetic Economy of Fashion, The
Anatomy of Fashion, The
Appearance and Power
Beads and Bead Makers
Body Dressing
Body Style
Bound to Please

Changing Fashion
China Fashion

Chinese Fashion
Cloth, Dress and Art Patronage in Africa
Clothed Body, The
Clothing as Material Culture
Culture of Sewing, The
Don We Now Our Gay Apparel
Dress and Ethnicity
Dress Sense
Dress, Gender and Cultural Change
Dressed In Fiction
Dressed to Impress
Dressing the Elite
Dressing Up Debutantes
Fashion and Music

Fashion and Celebrity Culture
Fashion Classics from Carlyle to Barthes

Fashion Foundations
Fashion in Fiction
Fashioning London
Fashion under Fascism
Fashion Zeitgeist
Fashion's World Cities
Fashioning Socialism
Fashioning the Body Politic
Folk Dress in Europe and Anatolia
Global Circulation of African Fashion, The
Global Denim


Goth Culture
Hairstyles and Fashion
Hinterland Warriors and Military Dress

Japanese Fashion Designers NEW!
Japanese Revolution in Paris Fashion, The
Jews and Shoes
Latex and Lingerie
Latin American Fashion Reader, The
Mallarmé on Fashion
National Fabric, The
Nazi Chic?
New Raiments of Self
Old Clothes, New Looks
Paris Fashion
Poiret, Dior and Schiaparelli: Fashion, Femininity and Modernity
Politics of Appearances, The
Religion, Dress and the Body
Second-Hand Cultures
Sexing La Mode
Techno Fashion
Through the Wardrobe
Twentieth-Century American Fashion
Undressing Religion
Uniforms Exposed
Unravelling the Rag Trade
Unzipping Gender
Victorian Fashion Accessories

Visibly Muslim
Wartime Fashion
Wearing Ideology
Wedding Dress across Cultures
When Clothes Become Fashion
Why Women Wear What They Wear
Women Who Become Men