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  1. Costume and Fashion: A Concise History (World of Art) by James Laver, Amy de la Haye, et all 2002-07-29
  2. The Dictionary of Fashion History by Valerie Cumming, C. W. Cunnington, et all 2010-11-23
  3. Fashion (Oxford History of Art) by Christopher Breward, 2003-06-26
  4. The Complete History of Costume & Fashion: From Ancient Egypt to the Present Day by Bronwyn Cosgrave, 2001-03
  5. Fashion in the Time of Jane Austen (Shire Library) by Sarah-Jane Downing, 2010-03-23
  6. Fashion: The Twentieth Century by Francois Baudot, 2006-02-07
  7. Fashion in Costume 1200-2000, Revised by Joan Nunn, 2000-04-25
  8. Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Fashion in Detail by Avril Hart, Susan North, 2009-04-01
  9. Children's Fashions 1900-1950 As Pictured in Sears Catalogs
  10. In Vogue: The Illustrated History of the World's Most Famous Fashion Magazine by Alberto Oliva, Norberto Angeletti, 2006-09-22
  11. A History of Men's Fashion by Farid Chenoune, 1996-06-15
  12. Japanese Fashion: A Cultural History by Toby Slade, 2009-12-15
  13. Paris Fashion: A Cultural History by Valerie Steele, 1998-12
  14. What People Wore When: A Complete Illustrated History of Costume from Ancient Times to the Nineteenth Century for Every Level of Society by Melissa Leventon, 2008-07-08

1. Fashion History
Nineteenth Century . The influence of English dress on America, the growth of the industry, and the impact fashion had on English and American cultures is documented throughout
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Nineteenth Century
The influence of English dress on America, the growth of the industry, and the impact fashion had on English and American cultures is documented throughout the century through various literary means. Fashion in Literature 19th-century transatlantic literature reflected the importance and progression of fashion British author Charles Dickens references the importance of the female seamstress and her role in English society, as well as ideas surrounding femininity in his novel Little Dorrit (Famine 55). Dickens' American Notes continues to illustrate a preoccupation with the fashion of both American and English with his opinion regarding the dress of American women (Dickens 36). American author Leander Richardson's The Dark City: Customs of the Cockneys further compares the relationship between American

2. JETRO USA - Japan External Trade Organization
Japanese fashion reached a turning point in the 1970’s. Pr ta-porter (ready-made clothing, which people could access more easily than haute
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Fashion History of Japan
Fashion History of Japan
On the other hand, new and innovative materials and designs were introduced. Issei Miyake started Pleats Please and A-Poc and he implemented computer made and synthetic fiber to achieve an innovative structure of clothes and design. Yoshiki Hishinuma is another designer whose unique method of using fabric and design received attention. Japanese fashion specialty stores such as United Allows, Beams, and Ships also became popular and received attention from fashion designers from both in and outside of Japan as fine specialty stores.
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3. Fashion History -- Women's Fashion History Costumes Collections Museums 1920s 19
Research fashion history, from togas to flapper girls. Costumes, online museums and collections.
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    Specific fashion eras, from medieval styles to the mod '60s. Online collections and museum links. Costumes and reproductions.
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    10 Shocking Fashion Deaths
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    5. General Fashion History
    Megahistory sites, and specific histories of costume, the handbag, topcoats and more.
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    The History of Women's Magazines: Magazines as Virtual Communities
    This paper examines the importance of women's magazines.
    Women's fashion history
    Women's History Guide Jone Johnson Lewis' great resources for digging into fashion history. zSB(3,3)
    A visual Dictionary of Fashion
    Anne Bissonnette's amazing directory of costumes is navigable by geographic region, timeline or item. From Kent State.
    The Costumer's Manifesto
    The definitive guide to costumes. From ancient Babylon to the present, every reference you'll need is well-organized and easy to use.
    The Costume Page
    Comprehensive links to history of costuming covers everything from how to drape a toga, to 17th century fashion plates to leisure suit groupies.
    The Corsetorium
    A list of corset sites, including history, fetish and shopping. For those who truly appreciate suffering for fashion's sake.
    History of Costume
    This online, English translation of the German book (ca. 1800s) has graphics and text with about 500 graphics great for students of fashion.

    6. Fashion History - Associated Content - Topic -
    Associated Content is a platform that enables everyone to publish their content in any format (text, video, audio, images) on any topic and then distributes that content
    AC.base_www = '/'; AC.base_adm = ''; AC.base_img = ''; AC.base_siteimg = ''; Associated Content Home Lifestyle FASHION HISTORY Sort by: Most Relevant Publish Date Fashion Design History Comes to Life at the Museo Della Moda in Milan Fashion design history is brought to life by Palazzo Morando, on Via Sant'Andrea 6, Milan, Italy, which is staging four interesting shows on fashion design history ranging from 1800 s fashion history right through to the latest urban fashions By Henry Neuteboom FIT Museum Exhibit and Its Connection to Fashion History I chose an item from the FIT museum to showcase its importance during a specific time period in history. The item I chose was a raspberry silk chiffon dress by French designer Jacques Griffe in 1955. This is going on for the Seduction exhibit By Jasmine Watts Free Online Dress Up Games for Girls: Fashion Design History Little girls will have fun explore current and historic fashion design with these free online dress up games. By Pam Gaulin Louis Vuitton: The History Behind the Purse A history of the Louis Vuitton Company, a fashion powerhouse that dates back to 1854, known today for it's wildly popular purse and bag designs.

    7. FASHION HISTORY (Angeline Plaza) | MySpace
    MySpace profile for Angeline Plaza. Find friends, share photos, keep in touch with classmates, and meet new people on MySpace.

    8. 1820's Fashion History
    During the 1820s in European and Europeaninfluenced countries, fashionable women's clothing styles transitioned away from the classically-influenced Empire / Regency styles
    1820's Fashion History presented by Apparel Search Fashion Industry Fashion History Color Trends / Forecasting ... Fashion Museums and Exhibits During the in European and European-influenced countries, fashionable women's clothing styles transitioned away from the classically-influenced "Empire"/"Regency" styles of ca. 1795-1820 (with their relatively unconfining empire silhouette ) and re-adopted elements that had been characteristic of most of the 18th century (and were to be characteristic of the remainder of the 19th century), such as full skirts and clearly visible corseting of the natural waist. During the first half of the 1820s, there were slight gradual modifications of Regency styles, with the position of the waistline trending successively lower than the high waistline of the Regency (just below the breasts), and also further development of the trends of the late 1810s towards giving skirts a somewhat conical silhouette (as opposed to earlier more clinging and free-flowing styles), and in having various types of decoration (sometimes large and ornate) applied horizontally around the dress near the hem. However, there was still no radical break with the Empire/Regency aesthetic.

    9. Fashion History By Apparel Search : Fashion Industry Terms
    Fashion History by Apparel Search, fashion industry, fashion industry terms, apparel history, fashion history, Terms of Interest to the Fashion Industry
    Fashion History by Apparel Search - Terms of Interest to the Fashion Industry Fashion Terms Fashion Terms Directory Fashion Terms by Category Passion for Fashion ... 1970's Fashion Fashion History is essentially the history of fashion... It is well know that high fashion typically travels by the speed of light. New trends are starting each day and in all honesty it is often difficult to stay current on the latest fashion trends. Fashion statements are being made be individuals nearly every moment of every day. You can ask any clothing buyer and they will most likely tell you that successful retailing is primarily based on being "on trend" (having in your store the items that are most currently in fashion). Anyway, we all understand that it is difficult to keep up with the pace of fashion. However, fashion history is slightly easier to monitor. Regarding history, we can take our time to look to the past... Learn about another era in fashion:
    1550-1600 Fashion History

    1600-1650 Fashion History

    1750-1795 Fashion History

    1820' Fashion History
    Victorian Fashion

    You may also wish to learn about the Jacobean Era As you are most likely already aware, clothing is not the only aspect of fashion history. Clothes are produced by using many components and processes. Here are a few pieces of history for your reference.

    10. Fashion Resumes, Fashion Schools, Fashion Careers And More
    Boost your fashion career with resume tips, industry information and fashion design school listings.
    Fashion History
    "Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening," said Coco Chanel, legendary fashionista. Fashion design jobs today are vibrant and fast-paced, always at the forefront of popular culture. Fashion design careers intersect with music, the silver screen, art, and interior design. Style is everywhere, and fashion designers are responsible for shaping it. The fashion industry as we know it today began with Charles Frederick Worth, the father of haute couture, who established the first fashion house in 1858. A generation later the fashion industry took off, with seminal designers Lanvin, Chanel, Balenciaga, and Dior dominating the scene. It was during this time that designers became artists, as their jobs shifted from actually sewing garments to sketching or painting designs. Paris remained the center for fashion design jobs until World War II, when the focus shifted to New York and Hollywood. This was the era of the celebrity fashion icon, a trend that lasted into the sixties with glamour queens like Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn. Meanwhile, street fashion and unusual textiles inspired the careers of British designers Vivienne Westwood and Betsey Johnson. Fashion began to favor a hip, young marketa departure from the grand old haute couture. Today, ready-to-wear fashion dominates the industry. Ready-to-wear designer lines offer high-quality workmanship and trendsetting styles. As new high-tech fabrics emerge, textile careers are gaining popularity. A contemporary fashion design career is an applied art, as much about defining lifestyles as clothing.

    11. Fashion History Costume Trends And Eras, Trends Victorians - Haute Couture
    Fashion History, Costume and Social History from 1780 to 2008. Regency, Victorian, Edwardian Fashion Eras. Body Adornment, Jewellery, Perfumes, Makeup, Underwear History.
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    Fashion-era contains 830 content rich, illustrated pages of Fashion History, Costume History, Clothing, Fashions and Social History. Sitemap

    12. Fashionable History
    Online portal for researchers interested in fashion history, an interdisciplinary field that draws on costume studies, art history, gender studies, and social and cultural history. The focus is on resources appropriate for scholarly study and teaching.
    fashionable history
    scholarly study on the history of fashion Fashionable History is designed to serve as an online portal for researchers interested in fashion history, an interdisciplinary field that draws on (among others) costume studies, art history, gender studies, and social and cultural history. The focus is on resources appropriate for scholarly study and teaching. This guide is organized into four sections:
    • JOURNALS : Links to scholarly journals of interest to fashion historians. ARCHIVES, LIBRARIES AND MUSEUMS : A Web directory to the major repositories of fashion-related source material. : Bibliographies of scholarly work, primary source material available online, and organizations of interest to researchers. ACADEMIC PROGRAMS : Links to undergraduate and graduate programs that focus on fashion in history and culture.
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    13. History Of Fashion Design - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Balenciaga is also notable as one of the few couturiers in fashion history who could use their own hands to design, cut, and sew the models which symbolized the height of his
    History of fashion design
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article may contain original research . Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding references . Statements consisting only of original research may be removed. More details may be available on the talk page (October 2010)
    edit Nineteenth Century
    The influence of English dress on America, the growth of the industry, and the impact fashion had on English and American cultures is documented throughout the century through various literary means. Technology and Fashion As the century proceeded, the continued advancements of communication and technology allowed for an increase in production of textiles, particularly in America. American shoppers known as shopping agents traveled to Paris and were able return to America with clothing that would otherwise be unattainable for American women to own (With Grace 2). The increasing ability for transatlantic traveling in the 19th century allowed for the fashion trends of England and France to be seen in America. As the American economy grew with the expansion of markets like the cotton and fur industries, much attention fell upon transatlantic consumers. The first fashion designer to become truly famous was Charles Frederick Worth (1826–1895). Before the former draper set up his

    14. Can You Help Me? Fashion History - LSLNET.COM
    What is Fashion. Fashion is a form of free speech. Fashion as a Sign System Fashion as a Barometer of Cultural Changes Can You Help Me? LSLNET.COM
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    To sum it up, this homepage is a great place to learn more about become an mystery shopper, and you can quickly spend many hours reading all the material on this homepage. Fashion History
    Review of Fashion History
    For centuries individuals or societies have used clothes and other body adornment as a form of nonverbal communication to indicate occupation, rank, gender, sexual availability, locality, class, wealth and group affiliation. Fashion is a form of free speech. It not only embraces clothing, but also accessories, jewellery, hairstyles, beauty and body art. Fashion as a Sign System

    15. Fashion History Costume Trends And Eras, Trends Victorians - Haute Couture
    An overview of fashion history with chronological reviews of trends in fashion apparel and accessories.
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    16. FASHION
    19th 20th Century Fashion History Children's Fashion Please visit my Table of Contents page for more info on specific time periods. MEN'S FASHIONS
    Updated July 23, 2010 Did you know? It was considered unfashionable for Venetian women during the Renaissance to have anything but silvery-blonde hair.
    - color plates of dresses from Ancient Times to the late 19th century.
    Milieux: The Costume Site

    The Costume Page

    History of Western fashion

    The Costumer's Manifesto
    Christy's Fashion Pages

    Ancient Egypt: Clothing Egyptian Clothing - History for Kids! Egyptian Clothes ... Diotima: Glossary of Roman Clothing
    For much more, check out my Ancient Egypt Ancient Greece Ancient Rome pages.
    Medieval Clothing
    The Middle Ages-More About Clothing Medieval Clothing Some Clothing of the Middle Ages ... History of women's costumes during the Renaissance For many more links, check out the sections on Daily Life on my Middle Ages Renaissance pages. 17th Century Costume 17th Century Women's Fashion Plates 17th Century Men's Fashions What to Wear in the 17th Century ... The Lingerie Collection: 1700 to 1799 Please visit my Table of Contents 19TH CENTURY - EARLY 20TH CENTURY (REGENCY, VICTORIAN, EDWARDIAN, PRE-WORLD WAR I) Regency and Empire Fashion Costume Links Victorian Fashion Links Edwardian Era Bissonnette on Costume: The Nineteenth Century ... The Spectacular Female Body: Dress, Fashion and Modernity in Victorian Women's Magazines

    17. Costume Society Of America
    Costume and fashion history, museums, art history, lectures, conservation, and scholarships. Publishes educational journal Dress .
    Introduction From the President Overview History ... Communities for the Study of Dress and Fashion (CSDF)
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    Do your shopping with member discounts! Click on the above images to view a larger format and details.
    Montage images courtesy of, clockwise from the left: Los Angeles Country Museum of Art; Atlanta History Center; Historic Clothing and Textiles Collection Florida State University; Kent State University Museum; Lehigh University; Drexel University Historic Costume Collection; Karen Augusta; Irina Ivanova; University of California, Davis The Costume Society of America advances the global understanding of all aspects of dress and appearance. We work to stimulate scholarship and encourage study in the rich and diverse field of costume. Association support provided by Professional Management Associates, L.L.C.

    18. Fashion History--
    French fashion history, the deep history of fashion style in the France great content and era. We thought that you must be interested in the tennis fashion history, as this kind of

    19. Lara Corsets - Historically Accurate And Inspired Corsets, Gowns, Millinery And
    Offers historically accurate custom designs and gowns by appointment. Fashion history organized by centuries and decades included. Located in West New York, New Jersey.
    Located across the Hudson from midtown NYC in West New York, New Jersey. Lara Corsets is a quick 15 minute bus ride from the Port Authority in NYC.) By Appointment only please Sorry, I am not taking any new custom orders at this time. (I am currently renovating the website and apologize for any broken links you may find) Photo Galleries of Lara's Past Work Custom Corsets Custom Period Gowns (More Coming Soon!) Antique Corsets for sale Corset Making Supplies (Coming Soon!) Antique Patterns Many New Additions! Lara's Online Corset Museum History of Corsets Pictorial History of Women's Fashion Links and recommendations ... About Lara Lara's View Looking South East out my workshop window towards midtown, NYC from the cliffs of New jersey on the Hudson river Photo taken near sunset in September 2006 Directions to Lara's I use to collect info on visitors to my website. It does not tell me who you are, only what country you are in and what pages you visited. This allows me to be better informed as to what is and is not in demand. I hope you do not mind.

    20. 1960s Fashion History 1970s, Mini Skirt. 1970s Fashion, Disco Punk
    1960s Fashion History Pictures of Costumes e.g. Mini Skirt. 1970s fashion, disco and punk influences.

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    Fashion History, Costume History - The rise of the 1960s mini skirt era, 1970s fashion, disco and punk influences.
    60s and 70s with sport meets street style. Technological developments in history in the C20th.
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    1960s Costume History. 50's fashion lives on until mid decade and 1965.
    Fashion history of Mary Quant and the 1960s fashion of the mini skirt. The death of stockings and introduction of pantyhose. Pinafore dresses and knit fabrics. Fashion History Revolution - the acceptance of trousers for 1960s women. Man made yarns and innovative materials help contour styles.
    1960s Fashion History 1962 Drawings
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    70s Disco Fashion
    70s Disco Fashion. 1970s fashion history of all sorts of skirt lengths from micro, mini to maxi. Lighter weight clothes. Ethnic fashion and style trends as a result of broader travel experiences. Seventies Kaftans, flared trousers, platform shoes and fabrics.

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