This quick and ready reference thoroughly defines thousands of words associated with wearing apparel and spans nearly 2,000 years of fashion history. From abacot, hacketon, helm, jipocoat, and jump, to xainture, ysgyn, zatayn, and zibelline, this unique and comprehensive book is profusely illustrated... read more
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This quick and ready reference thoroughly defines thousands of words associated with wearing apparel and spans nearly 2,000 years of fashion history. From abacot, hacketon, helm, jipocoat, and jump, to xainture, ysgyn, zatayn, and zibelline, this unique and comprehensive book is profusely illustrated with over 1,300 detailed line drawings of subjects.
Unabridged republication of A Cyclopaedia of Costume or Dictionary of Dress, originally published by Chatto and Windus, London, 1876.
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