Everyday Fashions of the Sixties As Pictured in Sears Catalogs by JoAnne Olian Scores of illustrations with their original captions specifying colors, sizes, prices. Items include lingerie and playclothes to bridal ensembles, Madras jackets, and vinyl slicker coats. Introduction. Over 300 black-and-white illustrations.
1920s Fashions from B. Altman & Company by Altman & Co. Over 700 black-and-white illustrations, detailed descriptions, and prices for a vast array of upscale women's clothing and accessories — dresses, bathing suits, cloche hats, shoes, much more. Attire for men and children, too.
Costume and Fashion by Alan Weller From Native American rituals to the court of Versailles, this fashion archive presents finery from around the world. Focusing chiefly on Western styles, it spans centuries of attire from every walk of life. 206 illustrations.
20th-Century Fashion Illustration: The Feminine Ideal by Rosemary Torre, Harold Koda This captivating retrospective explores the social context of fashion with informative text and over 70 striking images. Profiles include flappers, glamour girls, flower children, and the modern obsession with celebrity styles.
Montgomery Ward Fashions of the Twenties by JoAnne Olian This stylish collection offers hundreds of sepia-tone illustrations and captions that depict the fashions of the '20s — from women's chemise dresses and hats to men's suits and work clothes, plus kids' apparel.
Fashion in Underwear: from Babylon to Bikini Briefs by Elizabeth Ewing This revealing, profusely illustrated survey ranges from the ancient world through modern times, tracing the development of hoops, petticoats, corsets, brassieres, and other garments, and examining the ways in which these items reflect social influences.
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