Competition: five copies of Fetishism
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Competition: five copies of Fetishism in Fashion to be won

Competition: we're giving readers the chance to win a copy of trend forecaster Li Edelkoort's new book exploring fetishism in fashion.

Congratulations to the winners! Nevena Todorova from Bulgaria, Pedro Henrique de Oliveira Rodrigues from Brazil, Katerina Oshemkova from the Ukraine, Imme van der Haak from the UK and Renata Cadena from Brazil all won a copy of Fetishism in Fashion.

Competition: five copies of Fetishism in Fashion to be won

Fetishism in Fashion was written by Edelkoort to coincide with the Mode Biennale 2013 she has curated in Arnhem, the Netherlands, which is running until 21 July.

Competition: five copies of Fetishism in Fashion to be won

The book provides the official catalogue of the biennale and includes work by fashion house Alexander McQueen and designers Formafantasma.

Competition: five copies of Fetishism in Fashion to be won

Evolution of taste from birth to adulthood, the psychology of branding and the power of the colour black are all covered in the 248-page compendium.

Competition: five copies of Fetishism in Fashion to be won

Full-page photographs accompany short stories and essays by Edelkoort plus fashion writers such as Susan Piët and Valerie Steele, with graphic design by Jeroen Jas.

Competition: five copies of Fetishism in Fashion to be won

The hardcover book issued by Frame Publishers comes bound in a red rubber band and is available to order on the company's website.

Competition: five copies of Fetishism in Fashion to be won

This competition is now closed.

Competition: five copies of Fetishism in Fashion to be won

Five winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeen Mail newsletter and at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.

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Fetishism in Fashion by Lidewij Edelkoort

The newest publication from Frame Publishers is a book about fashion which delves into the world of contemporary fetishism. Its release coincides with the Mode Biennale Arnhem 2013.

Fetishism in Fashion by internationally-renowned trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort explores the world of fashion through a fetishistic lens to reveal an instinctive future for style and culture.

Competition: five copies of Fetishism in Fashion to be won

The reference book investigates the evolution of taste from birth to adulthood, the elevation of shoes through ever-higher heels, the psychology of branding, the effects of infantilism, the power of the colour black, the fetishising of objects, and the interaction with skin and the body.

With visually-rich – and sometimes shocking – photography and essays by established authors discussing art, clothing, design, textiles, food and beauty, this in-depth publication sheds new light on the fetishism phenomenon.

Competition: five copies of Fetishism in Fashion to be won

More than 50 fetishes are illustrated by inspiring visuals from the likes of Leigh Bowery and Erwin Olaf, boundary-stretching works from designers such as Formafantasma and Alexander McQueen, and eye-opening essays by Susan Piët and Valerie Steele, amongst others.

Bolder, crazier and more outlandish fashions are on the horizon, making this new book a key reference in a new era of experimentation and intense creativity, unveiling the intimate ties that bind us.

Competition: five copies of Fetishism in Fashion to be won

Features

» The content of the book may shock, but also inspire and excite
» More than 50 fetishes are illustrated by inspiring visuals
» Filled with articles and imagery covering a wide range of contemporary issues relating to fashion, fetishism and society
» Includes short stories written by author and trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort, as well as contributing authors and experts
» Beautifully packaged, the book is entwined with a rubber band
» Official catalogue of the Mode Biennale Arnhem 2013