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  • Elizabethan Inheritance

    Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire houses a world-famous collection of 16th and 17th century textile furnishings. The collection ranges from carpets and tapestries to bed sets and cushion covers, many of them decorated with superb embroidery. In this lavishly illustrated and authoritative introduction to the collection, Santina M. Levey places the textile [read more]

  • Scottish National Dress and Tartan (Shire Library)

    Tartan is an enormously popular pattern in modern fashion and Scottish National Dress is recognised around the world. This book reveals the origin and development of tartans and Scottish national costume. Beginning as Highland dress, it was originally peculiar to certain areas of Scotland but is now generally accepted as its national costume.What w [read more]

  • Tartan: The Highland Habit

    Best-selling book on the subject, includes clan tartans.

  • Costume in Context: The Tudors (Costume in Context Series)

    An introduction to the history of costume for children of all ages. Each book in the series may be used as a basis for essays or project work. A date list puts the costumes into their historical context and the books trace the major fashion developments of the period comparing rich and poor.

  • Pattern Design: A Period Design Sourcebook (National Trust Art & Illustration)

    More than 200 of the best period designs, from medieval to the 1950s, arranged by type of design for ease of reference One of the world's best collections of period designs is brought together as an invaluable resource for designers of all kinds, from fabric, textile, wallpaper, and stained glass designers to graphic and fashion designers. This [read more]

  • The Beauty of Life: William Morris and the Art of Design

    "Beauty, which is what is meant by art. . . is no mere accident to human life, which people can take or leave as they choose, but a positive necessity of life." ―William Morris William Morris, the leader of the British Arts and Crafts movement, was a man of tremendous energies, his accomplishments astonishing in their range and depth. He became s [read more]

  • Tartan: The Highland Habit

    The tartan is perhaps the world's all-time fashion favorite, and this is the third edition of Tartan. A bestseller for years (the last edition came out in 1995), this redesigned book has a larger format , with additional pages, information on women's Highland habit and the results of new scientific tests carried out on the dye of a kilt allegedly

  • Pattern Design: Period Design Source Book (National Trust Art & Illustration)

    One of the world's best collections of period designs is brought together as an invaluable resource for designers of all kinds, from fabric, textile, wallpaper, and stained glass designers to graphic and fashion designers. This collection of more than 500 designs covers wallpaper, textiles, furnishings, costume, tiles, and ceramics. The designs [read more]

  • The Englishness of English Dress

    Is there a peculiarly English ‘look' and if so how does one define it?From the 'traditional' dress of the Victorian rural working class through to the contemporary collections of Vivienne Westwood and a younger generation of London-based designers, notions of Englishness, either real or imagined, have always been at play in considerations of Engl [read more]

  • Shamiana: The Mughal Tent

    This text provides a permanent record of the ground-breaking Mughal Tent project which united groups of Asian women and children in the creation of a collection of textile panels. The project began in the UK but soon spread to nine other countires, including India, Malaysia, and Dubai.