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Essay heading: Body-Life European Costume
 
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Date added: July 1, 2009
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Accordance to Aristotle mimesis was the essence of fine art. Later, the phenomenon of mimesis was considered widely from the simple imitation to an abstract idea. European costume, as the department of fine arts, has embodied mimesis in body-like forms of fashionable costume. The theory of body-like costume also considers mimesis from imitation to abstract ideas of human body...
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Thus in respect of the phenomenon of mimesis, the body-like European costume itself was the embodying of the idea of “perfect” human body in accordance with cultural and esthetical ideal of the human body. As for real human body, under some religious and cultural circumstances, it has always required for idealizing in the fashionable costume...
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