Paris, New York, London, Milan: Paris and a World Order of Fashion Capitals. / Gilbert, David.

Paris. Capital of Fashion. ed. / Valerie Steele. London : Bloomsbury, 2019. p. 73-92.

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Paris, New York, London, Milan: Paris and a World Order of Fashion Capitals. / Gilbert, David.

Paris. Capital of Fashion. ed. / Valerie Steele. London : Bloomsbury, 2019. p. 73-92.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Gilbert, D 2019, Paris, New York, London, Milan: Paris and a World Order of Fashion Capitals. in V Steele (ed.), Paris. Capital of Fashion. Bloomsbury, London, pp. 73-92, Paris Capital of Fashion, New York, United States, 6/09/19.

APA

Gilbert, D. (2019). Paris, New York, London, Milan: Paris and a World Order of Fashion Capitals. In V. Steele (Ed.), Paris. Capital of Fashion (pp. 73-92). London: Bloomsbury.

Vancouver

Gilbert D. Paris, New York, London, Milan: Paris and a World Order of Fashion Capitals. In Steele V, editor, Paris. Capital of Fashion. London: Bloomsbury. 2019. p. 73-92

Author

Gilbert, David. / Paris, New York, London, Milan: Paris and a World Order of Fashion Capitals. Paris. Capital of Fashion. editor / Valerie Steele. London : Bloomsbury, 2019. pp. 73-92

BibTeX

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