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Pornography in Fashion
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Influence of the
advertising media
Objectification
of women
How fashion
photographers
are using
sexualisation to
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Dr. Katharina Lindner
Dr. Katharina Lindner

Through media, both
male and female are
taught a certain
manner.

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Advertis...
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‘The feminine touch’

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‘Function ranking’

Erving Goffman
Erving Goffman
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Noni Hazlehurst: Exposure
to the sexualisation of
women in our daily lives
Beginning to go
unrecognised
O’Dea (20...
Caryn Franklin
Caryn Franklin

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Daily Mail
Fashion advertisements
no longer sell fashion,
but sex.
‘Artistic
state...
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Gucci Guilty
Male consumer has fallen for the
objectification of the female.

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American Apparel

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Pose suggestin...
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Extreme feminist Andrea
Dworkin
Leaves women trembling at the
word
‘feminist’
The need for something to be in
pla...
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Fashion photographer Terry
Richardson
Shooting topless models
Seen to be an artistic development in
the fashion w...
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The adoption of the aesthetics of porn
in fashion photography
Dictator of sexualising women
Media keeps on pushin...
By
Project manager: Meg Plenderleith
Researcher: Charlotte Dickens

Content creator: Beth La-Garde
P&D: Maiken Olsnes
P&D:...
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Pornography in fashion

  1. 1. Pornography in Fashion
  2. 2.    Influence of the advertising media Objectification of women How fashion photographers are using sexualisation to to enhance creativity.
  3. 3. Dr. Katharina Lindner Dr. Katharina Lindner Through media, both male and female are taught a certain manner.  Advertisement campaign in 1983: Female astronauts and a woman advertising the computer system Ferranti  A rise of female employment within respected job roles.
  4. 4.  ‘The feminine touch’  ‘Function ranking’ Erving Goffman Erving Goffman
  5. 5.    Noni Hazlehurst: Exposure to the sexualisation of women in our daily lives Beginning to go unrecognised O’Dea (2007): Twenty percent of Australian girls are fasting for two or more days per week to lose weight.
  6. 6. Caryn Franklin Caryn Franklin    Daily Mail Fashion advertisements no longer sell fashion, but sex. ‘Artistic statement’
  7. 7.   Gucci Guilty Male consumer has fallen for the objectification of the female.  American Apparel  Pose suggesting a sexual nature  Women are also falling for the objectification of females.
  8. 8.    Extreme feminist Andrea Dworkin Leaves women trembling at the word ‘feminist’ The need for something to be in place for emergency calls
  9. 9.    Fashion photographer Terry Richardson Shooting topless models Seen to be an artistic development in the fashion world.
  10. 10.    The adoption of the aesthetics of porn in fashion photography Dictator of sexualising women Media keeps on pushing our boundaries to become noticed and exposed.
  11. 11. By Project manager: Meg Plenderleith Researcher: Charlotte Dickens Content creator: Beth La-Garde P&D: Maiken Olsnes P&D: Brogan Watts

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