The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Costume and Fashion (2006)

By: Jack Cassin-Scott

The visual story of changing styles in costume and fashion, spanning over nine hundred years. From the basic, functional dress of the early medieval period, via the glamorous heights of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, through to the ephemeral excesses of the present day, this book displays a colorful and always fascinating cavalcade.

Table of contents

Table of contents

1066-1550 Plates 1-10 —
1550-1620 Plates 11-22 —
1620-1670 Plates 23-46 —
1670-1760 Plates 47-69 —
1760-1789 Plates 70-74 —
1789-1794 Plates 75-82 —
1795-1804 Plates 83-87 —
1804-1820 Plates 88-95 —
1820-1840 Plates 96-109 —
1840-1870 Plates 110-130 —
1870-1900 Plates 131-150 —
1900-1920 Plates 151-160 —
1920-1939 Plates 161-166 —
1939-1945 Plates 167-168 —
1945-1960 Plates 169-171 —
1960-1990 Plates 172-180.

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Publisher: London : Cassell Illustrated ; New York Distributed in the U.S. by Sterling Pub., 2006.
ISBN: 1844034836 9781844034833
OCLC Number: 65329784
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 192 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm

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