Accessories to the Facts: Semiotics of Handbags

23 April 2013 | By Sign Salad

Libertine, a new lifestyle magazine for widely interested women, have featured a piece by Sign Salad semiotician Sandra Mardin on the cultural history of handbags and what they have signified throughout the decades.

Read the piece in PDF format here or order a copy of Libertine from their website.

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