Books in category Design – Textile & Costume

  • Schuhe

    Klaus Carl

    Die Mega Square Ausgabe Schuhe präsentiert die Geschichte dieses Kleidungsstückes und erhebt es zu einem Kunstwerk.

  • Creativity in the Bronze Age

    Creativity in the Bronze Age
    Lise Bender Jørgensen, Joanna Sofaer, Marie Louise Stig Sørensen

    This book explores the fundamental nature of creativity in the European Bronze Age.

  • Dressmaking A Manual for Schools and Colleges

    Dressmaking – A Manual for Schools and Colleges
    Jane Fales,

    This is a fascinating work and is thoroughly recommended for anyone interested in the art of dressmaking. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce.

  • English Costume from the Seventeenth Through the Nineteenth Centuries

    English Costume from the Seventeenth Through the Nineteenth Centuries
    Iris Brooke, James Laver

    Outstanding reference spans 300 years of fashion history — from the extravagant costumes of the Stuart period to such innovations as cycling knickerbockers for late 19th century women.

  • Bakst

    Léon Bakst

    Léon Bakst est né en 1866 et mort en 1924 en Russie. Peintre, illustrateur, designer de costumes et de décors, Bakst attacha son nom à la grande aventure des Ballets Russes.

  • Fashioning Japanese Subcultures

    Fashioning Japanese Subcultures
    Yuniya Kawamura

    An in-depth study of the various Tokyo youth fashion subcultures, from the 1990s to today.

  • Oral History in the Visual Arts

    Oral History in the Visual Arts
    Matthew Partington, Linda Sandino

    This groundbreaking text demonstrates how artists, writers and historians deploy interviews as creative practice, as 'history', and as a means to insights into the micro-practices of arts production and identity that contribute to questions …

  • Dress and Society

    Dress and Society
    T. F. Martin, R. Weech

    Dress and Society illustrates the range of current archaeological approaches to dress using a number of case studies drawn from prehistoric to post-medieval Europe.

  • Islamic Fashion and Anti Fashion

    Islamic Fashion and Anti-Fashion
    Emma Tarlo, Annelies Moors

    The book takes a broad geographic sweep, bringing together the sartorial experiences of Muslims in locations as diverse as Paris, the Canadian Prairie, Swedish and Italian bath houses and former socialist countries of Eastern Europe.

  • Shaker Dishcloths Coasters

    Shaker Dishcloths & Coasters
    Staci Perry

    In this book, he describes a dishcloth knit by colonial American Shakers, worked on size 2mm (US size 0) or smaller needles: “The washcloths were circular, made of 16 segments of garter stitch, arranged in alternating colours.

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