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Andrew  Reilly

Name :

Andrew Reilly

Title :

Associate Professor, FDM

Unit :

Department of Family and Consumer Sciences

Address :

2515 Campus Road
                    Honolulu, HI 96822

Room :

Miller Hall 208A

Phone :


Fax :


E-mail :

Education :

2004, PhD, Ohio State University

Selected Courses Taught:

FDM 101  Introduction to the Fashion Industry
FDM 200  Culture, Gender, and Aesthetics 
FDM 491  Writing for the Fashion Industry 

Research Interests :

  • Construction of gender and sexuality via dress
  • Body image
  • Fashion theory

Selected Publications :

(prior 5 years )

Reilly, A. (2014).  Key Concepts for the Fashion Industry.  London:  Bloomsbury. 

Moran, M., Pohlmann, A., & Reilly, A.  (2014).  Honolulu Street Style.  Bristol, UK:  Intellect. 

Miller-Spillman, K., Reilly, A., & Hunt-Hurst, P. (2013).  [Eds]. The Meanings of Dress 3rd Ed.  New York City:  Fairchild Books.

Reilly, A., & Cosbey, S.  (2008).  [Eds].   The Men’s Fashion Reader.  New York:  Fairchild. 

Reilly, A.  (2014). Extending the Theory of Shifting Erogenous Zones to men’s tattoos.  Critical Studies in Men’s Fashion, 1 (3), 211-221. 

 Bradley, L. A., Rudd, N., Reilly, A., & Freson, T.  (2014).  A review of men’s body image:  What we know and need to know.  International Journal of Costume and Fashion, 14 (1), 29-45. 

 Reilly, A., Yancura, L., & Young. D.  (2013).   Three variables predicting social physique anxiety in gay men.  Psychology and Sexuality, 4 (3), 244-245. 

 Reilly, A., & Saethre, E.  (2013).  The Hankie Code revisited:  From function to fashion.  Critical Studies in Men’s Fashion, 1 (1), 69-78. 

 Reilly, A., & Rudd, N. A.  (2013).  He can’t love me if I’m ugly:  The recurring theme of popular beauty in the television soap opera, Days of Our Lives.  In J. Hancock, T. Johnson-Woods, V. Karaminas (eds.) Fashion in Popular Culture (pp. 155-170)Bristol, UK:  Intellect. (invited and peer-reviewed)

 Morgado, M., & Reilly, A.  (2012).  Funny kine clothes:  The Hawaiian shirt as popular culture.  Paideusis,6, D1-24.