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  • 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]

  • Stage Costume Step-By-Step: The Complete Guide to Designing and Making Stage Costumes for All Major Drama Periods and Genres from Classical Through the Twentieth Century

    Cincinnati, Ohio: Betterway Books, Hardbound, about 10 inches tall by 7.75 inches wide, 144 pages. Index. The Complete Guide to Designing and Making Stage Costumes for All Major Drama Periods and Genres from Classical Through the Twentieth Century. Well illustrated in color. This is not a book for a beginner; it is assumed the user already has sewi [read more]

  • Théâtre de la Mode: Fashion Dolls: The Survival of Haute Couture

    Harnessing the romance of the world of fashion and high art, this fascinating story of a collection of miniature mannequins describes the birth of Theatre de la Mode, the Theater of Fashion. Full of stars such as Robert Ricci (Nina Ricci's son), filmmaker Jean Cocteau, and other members of the 1944 haute couture industry, the story follows 237 mini [read more]

  • Théâtre De La Mode

    Book by Herbert R. Lottman, Stanley Garfinkel, Nadine Gasc, Katell le Bourhis

  • Costumes By Karinska

    Costumer Barbara Karinska was one of countless emigrees flung westward from czarist Russia by the Bolsheviks in the 1920s. Costumes by Karinska chronicles the life and work of this remarkably talented woman, a consummate perfectionist who brought unprecedented quality, innovation, and beauty to costumes designed and executed for film, theater, oper [read more]

  • Women's Wear of the 1920's: With Complete Patterns

    Book by Ruth S. Countryman, Elizabeth Weiss Hopper

  • Bakst: The Art of Theatre and Dance (Temporis)

    Leon Bakst (1866-1924) was a painter, illustrator, stage designer and costume designer. He is universally acknowledged for representing a synthesis of creative energy in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.Bakst travelled widely throughout Europe and in 1890 joined the World of Art journal circle which numbered many artists among its members, th [read more]

  • American Costume, 1915-1970: A Source Book for the Stage Costumer

    Gives an overview of social trends as well as details about the fashions of various decades. This book features documented research and a bibliography. It is intended for costumers working in twentieth-century shows, especially American.

  • Women's Wear of the 1930's: With Complete Patterns

  • Posing a Threat: Flappers, Chorus Girls, and Other Brazen Performers of the American 1920s

    New definitions of American femininity were formed in the pivotal 1920s, an era that vastly expanded the "market" for sexually explicit displays by women. Angela J. Latham shows how quarrels over and censorship of women's performance -- particularly in the arenas of fashion and theater -- uniquely reveal the cultural idiosyncracies of the period an [read more]