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  • Costume Close-Up: Clothing Construction and Pattern, 1750-1790

    Colonial Williamsburg owns one of the most outstanding collections of period costumes in the world, numbering almost 900 costumes and more than 2,400 accessories.There are 25 full-page patterns in inches and centimeters for women's and men's clothing and accessories accompanied by photographs.

  • Men's Seventeenth & Eighteenth Century Costume: Cut and Fashion

  • Everyday Dress of Rural America, 1783-1800: With Instructions and Patterns (Dover Fashion and Costumes)

    Students and enthusiasts of period costume as well as needleworkers interested in re-creating authentic costumes of America's post-Revolutionary era will welcome this comprehensive, scholarly treatment. It not only discusses and describes the clothing worn in rural America (primarily in New England) between 1783 and 1800, it is one of the few books [read more]

  • Fashion: A History from the 18th to the 20th Century (Collection from the Kyoto Costume Institute)

    Clothes define people. A person's clothing, whether it's a sari, kimono, or business suit, is an essential key to his or her culture, class, personality, or even religion. The Kyoto Costume Institute recognizes the importance of understanding clothing sociologically, historically, and artistically. Founded in 1978, the KCI holds one of the world's [read more]

  • Pattern Cutting for Men's Costume (Backstage)

    Pattern Cutting for Men's Costume is a practicalguide featuring patterns for the most important garments worn by menbetween the 16th and 19th centuries. Easy-to-follow instructionsexplain how to cut patterns for 'average' and individual measurements -with expert advice on how to adapt patterns to fit men of all shapesand sizes.Introductions to each [read more]

  • The Cut of Women's Clothes: 1600-1930

    Each period in the history of costume has produced its own characteristic line and silhouette, derived from a cut and construction which varies considerably from age to age. Here are patterns taken from actual dresses, many of them rare museum specimens, illustrated by sketches of the dresses. There are notes on the production of women's dress, wit [read more]

  • Masterpieces of women's costume of the 18th and 19th centuries,

    Splendid view of elegant dresses, expertly rendered by noted theatrical designer, includes finely detailed illustrations of 32 complete costumes and three blouses, shown in color and black-and-white. Here are exquisitely embroidered, full-skirted dresses circa 1700, a high-waisted Empire dress (1820), a magnificent silk dress with an extended bustl [read more]

  • The Theatres Trust Guide to British Theatres 1750-1950

    This descriptive gazetter looks, town by town, at all surviving theatres built between 1750 and 1950. It makes assesments of their quality, architecturally and theatrically and also assesses the potential of reopening some disused theatres.

  • Circa 1882 Cabinet Card Photograph of An Unidentified Actor in 18th Century Costume, By Sarony New York

  • The Early Stuart Masque: Dance, Costume, and Music

    The Early Stuart Masque: Dance, Costume, and Music studies the complex impact of movements, costumes, words, scenes, music, and special effects in English illusionistic theatre of the Renaissance. Drawing on a massive amount of documentary evidence relating to English productions as well as spectacle in France, Italy, Germany, and the Ottoman Empir [read more]