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  • Chinese Fashions (Dover Fashion Coloring Book)

    Over 1,000 years of Chinese fashions for men and women are featured in this exquisitely rendered coloring book — from a strapless, high-waisted dress with a transparent outer robe worn during the Tang Dynasty (A.D. 618–907) to an elegant, knee-length sheath trimmed with floral applique (late Republic period).Also included are ready-to-color ima [read more]

  • Chinese Silks (The Culture & Civilization of China)

    Over the past fifty years, archaeological explorations in China have unearthed a wealth of textile materials, some dating as far back as five thousand years. In this magnificently researched and illustrated book, preeminent Western and Chinese scholars draw upon these spectacular discoveries to provide the most thorough account of the history of s [read more]

  • Exquisite Fabrics: Traditional Weaving and Embroidery Patterns in China

    This authoritative collector's book is the largest collection of Chinese weaving and embroider patterns available. For more than twenty-five hundred years the patterns of Chinese silk textiles captured the imaginations of their beholders. The woven and embroidered designs catalogued in Exquisite Fabrics, a survey by Gao Chunming, combine consummate [read more]

  • The Mummies of Urumchi

  • Imperial Wardrobe

    In 1759, the Qianlong Emperor of China commissioned a catalog of comprehensive, illustrated regulations for ceremonial garments and accessories worn by the members of the imperial household. Not since the HUANGCHAO LIQI TUSHI was written have we seen a more stunning look at the colors, designs, and insignias of China's last imperial dynasty. With d [read more]

  • Splendid Slippers: A Thousand Years of an Erotic Tradition

    An extraordinary exploration of footbinding that encompasses Chinese art and mythology, social and political history, and truly exotic eroticism. The author's vast collection of historical and contemporary photographs, plus 40 full-color "portraits" of her most prized slippers, creates a uniquely poignant and evocative panorama.

  • 5000 Years of Chinese Costumes

  • Traditional Chinese Textile Designs in Full Color (Dover Pictorial Archive)

    Traditional Chinese opera is highly stylized in structure, music, subject matter, and staging. Movements and gestures follow age-old patterns, and the physical appearance of the performers is rigidly controlled, especially their costumes, which reveal social rank, occupation, and often personality traits of the characters. Traditional, well-known m [read more]

  • China Chic: East Meets West

    China Chic is the first book to explore the evolution of Chinese dress, from the dragon robes and lotus shoes of the imperial era to the creation of new fashions like the cheongsam and the "Mao suit" that symbolised modern Chinese identity.For China specialists, the focus on fashion will open up an entirely new way of thinking about modern Chinese [read more]

  • Tribal Textiles of Southwest China: Thread Songs from Misty Land; The Philippe Fatin Collection

    •Lavishly illustrated with over 320 color illustrations•Photographs of weaving methods, traditional dying methods and ceremonies•One of the world's great textile collections•Written by acclaimed writer Catherine Bourzat whose previous works includes books on India and Sri LankaPhilippe Fatin is a traveler, photographer and collector who has [read more]