The essential little black dress, the elegant suit with the gold-buttoned jacket, the freedom to wear slacks — modern women still draw upon the innovations of Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel. The twentieth-century's fashion doyenne began her long and brilliant career by replacing the traditional corse... read more
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Yves St. Laurent Fashion Review by Tom Tierney Three dolls, 28 costumes capture the highlights of St. Laurent's distinguished career: a Mondrian-inspired dress, a satin-trimmed tuxedo, a day dress in the "trapeze" style, and much more.
Paper Dolls in the Style of Mucha by Charles Ventura Inspired by the voluptuous style of Art Nouveau master Alfonse Mucha, this collection features two paper dolls and 28 gowns, including costumes from Sarah Bernhardt productions of Salomé and Hamlet.
Mucha's Figures Décoratives by Alphonse Mucha Comprised of 40 full-page, two-color plates of finished drawings in several media, this new volume reproduces Mucha's extraordinary 1905 style book, Figures Décoratives, a summation of Art Nouveau art and design. New introduction.
Alexander McQueen Fashions: Re-created in Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney Alexander McQueen made headlines as Kate Middleton wore a gown designed by the House of McQueen for her royal wedding. This paper doll tribute to the late fashion superstar includes 3 dolls and more than 30 costumes.
Art Deco Fashions: 24 Cards by Tom Tierney Alluring ladies in outfits by Poiret, Lanvin, Chanel, and other designers. Lavish costumes for dining, dancing, promenading are set against backdrops adapted from period posters, photographs, and images. 24 cards.
Erté Fashions Coloring Book by Erté, Marty Noble Thirty lovely Art Deco costumes by the influential Russian-born designer: exotic garments accented with turbans and shawls, a dancer's attire made up of flowing ribbons, and more.
Fashion Model Paper Doll by Tom Tierney One long-legged beauty, 25 chic outfits: luxurious capes and furs; spectacular suits, dresses, gowns, and glamorous wigs. Also, 3 male figures dressed in formal and casual attire. 16 plates.
Erté Fashion Paper Dolls of the Twenties by Erté Celebrated fashion designer personally supervised adaptation of his striking designs for this set of 6 paper dolls with 43 costumes in full color. Svelte and elegant gowns, coats, hats, and accessories for every season.
The essential little black dress, the elegant suit with the gold-buttoned jacket, the freedom to wear slacks — modern women still draw upon the innovations of Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel. The twentieth-century's fashion doyenne began her long and brilliant career by replacing the traditional corset with the comfort and casual grace of simple but exquisitely tailored outfits. This collection features three dolls and twenty-eight authentic costumes that illustrate Chanel's haute couture history and the enduring appeal and influence of her designs.
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