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  • Managing Costume Collections: An Essential Primer (Costume Society of America Series)

    Managing Costume Collections offers systematic approaches to organization, accessibility, record keeping, safety, and a host of other stewardship concerns related to managing costume collections of every type. Conceived to address needs long identified by the Costume Society of America, this guide is written for a broad spectrum of collection manag [read more]

  • Dressing Modern Maternity: The Frankfurt Sisters of Dallas and the Page Boy Label (Costume Society of America Series)

    In Depression-era Dallas, Elsie Frankfurt and Edna Frankfurt Ravkind raised five hundred dollars and launched a daring new enterprise, Page Boy Maternity Clothing--the first to engineer elegance in comfort. When Louise Frankfurt Gartner joined the team, the sisters’ combined engineering, business, and PR genius made Page Boy the foremost maternit [read more]

  • A Perfect Fit: The Garment Industry and American Jewry, 1860–1960 (Costume Society of America Series)

    Flip on the entertainment news, open an issue of a popular magazine, or step into any department store—and you’ll appreciate the impact of the multibillion-dollar fashion industry on American culture. Yet its origins in the nineteenth-century “rag trade” of Jewish tailors, cutters, pressers, peddlers, and shopkeepers have yet to be fully ex [read more]

  • Forbidden Fashions: Invisible Luxuries in Early Venetian Convents (Costume Society of America Series)

    Form-fitting dresses, silk veils, earrings, furs, high-heeled shoes, make up, and dyed, flowing hair. It is difficult for a contemporary person to reconcile these elegant clothes and accessories with the image of cloistered nuns. For many of the some thousand nuns in early modern Venice, however, these fashions were the norm.    Often locked in [read more]

  • American Menswear: From the Civil War to the Twenty-First Century (Costume Society of America Series)

    If clothes make the man, who makes the clothes--and the trends they inspire? Fashion historian Daniel Delis Hill takes readers on a fascinatingly detailed tour of America's changing sartorial landscape, tracing menswear from the tailors and "slop shops" of the early nineteenth century to Calvins, tattoos, and the Armani tux. Each chronological sect [read more]

  • As Seen in Vogue: A Century of American Fashion in Advertising (Costume Society of America Series)

    Throughout the twentieth century the ready-to-wear industry, fashion journalism, and mass-media advertising fueled one another’s success by identifying an ever-widening consumer class and fanning the desire to be fashionable. Through more than six hundred fashion ads that appeared in Vogue from the magazine’s debut in 1893 through the next ten [read more]

  • Clothing and Textile Collections in the United States: A CSA Guide (Costume Society of America Series)

    Clothing is the most personal expression of a culture. Objects of dress and adornment reveal so much about the individuals who wore them and the cultures and times in which they lived. History, art, technology, psychology, culture, social systems, customs—all are reflected in people’s clothing.Countless treasures exist in clothing and textile c [read more]

  • A Separate Sphere (Costume Society of America Series)

    Dressmaking, considered a natural extension of women's proper work in the home, was a common and lucrative employment for women in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It afforded creative expression, prestige in the community, and even the possibility of financial independence. Yet as entrepreneurs, dressmakers faced unique business press [read more]

  • The Sunbonnet: An American Icon in Texas (Costume Society of America Series)

    Pervasive and fashionable throughout westward expansion in the United States, the sunbonnet endures as work dress in some regions and as icon just about everywhere—on quilts, dolls, and children’s clothing. In 2003, Rebecca Matheson began to ask why. Unlike the scant previously published work, this first book-length study focuses on the twentie [read more]

  • The Perfect Effect Canvas Of Oil Painting 'Ola Alice Forbes Wickham,Young Cottonwoods,1940' ,size: 20x27 Inch / 51x68 Cm ,this Vivid Art Decorative Canvas Prints Is Fit For Bathroom Artwork And Home Decor And Gifts

    Beautiful Print on Canvas Without Stretch and Without Frame ,Ola Alice Forbes Wickham,Young Cottonwoods,1940, is for Home Decoration, or Wall Art Decoration, Home Decor. There are fiber canvas, cotton canvas, or linen canvas. And it is also the best gift for your relatives, or girl friend and boy friend.