The principle aim of this paper is to contribute to the development of a phenomenology of fashion through an analysis of the roots of my relationship with clothing - and hence fashion - using Heidegger's phenomenology of Being as outlined in 'Being and Time' (1997) to provide the study's methodological foundations.
I say 'a' phenomenology of fashion, however I will argue that it is only through rigorous engagement with the 'partial perspectives' and 'situated knowledges' (Haraway 1998: 583) offered by individual Beings-in-their-worlds that small but significant intersubjective truths can be identified and that any pursuit of a monist phenomenology of fashion would prove limiting.
Franklin, A. (2014). Phenomenal dress! A personal phenomenology of clothing. Clothing Cultures, 1(1), 83-91