Fashion books can be found on the Lower Ground Floor of the Library.
Also try searching for journal articles in Fashion Theory (use the Taylor and Francis link and note the off campus information)
Additional eResources include:
- The Vogue Archive - American Vogue from the first issue (1892) to the present day. Use your University username to access this resource off campus.
- Berg Fashion Library - great for historical fashion information. Contains a large collection of ebooks, images, museum exhibitions and the Encyclopedia of World Dress & Fashion. Can be searched by garment, theme, period, people and more.
Use your University username to access this resource off campus: select Get access via your college, institution or library, choose the SHIBBOLETH option, select Solent and enter your details - make sure you select the GREEN Berg Fashion area.
To access the two resources below, ensure you are logged into Solent Online Learning and enrol on the passwords page when prompted:
- Drapers - latest news from the fashion industry
- WGSN - great for future trends! Online news and information service for the fashion and style industries including are over 250,000 pages of international style intelligence including news, 1000s of pictures from current and past catwalk shows, retail and trend analysis, street-style reports, and textile developments. You must register on campus first to use this resource!
The library also holds a range of current popular magazines (as opposed to academic journals). Search the Library Catalogue for the Title you're interested in.
If you are looking for older magazines, see what the Consumer Culture Collection has to offer.
You may also want to try the Fashion subject guide for more ideas.