Men s Fashion Illustrations from the Turn of the Century

Over 100 full-page, royalty-free illustrations document what well-dressed American men wore in early 1900s: checked and striped business suits, sporty knickers and jackets, elegant formal wear, long fur-trimmed coats.

Men s Fashion Illustrations from the Turn of the Century

Over 100 full-page, royalty-free illustrations document what well-dressed American men wore in early 1900s: checked and striped business suits, sporty knickers and jackets, elegant formal wear, long fur-trimmed coats. Includes variety of accessories.

English Costume from the Early Middle Ages Through the Sixteenth Century

( 23690-0 ) $ 8.95 EIGHTEENTH - CENTURY FRENCH FASHION PLATES IN FULL COLOR , Stella Blum ( ed . ) . ( 24331-1 ) $ 13.95 AMERICAN ... ( 26323-1 ) $ 24.95 MEN'S FASHION ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE TURN OF THE CENTURY , Jno . J. Mitchell Co.

English Costume from the Early Middle Ages Through the Sixteenth Century

Comprehensive, profusely illustrated reference (including 24 color plates) documents clothing styles of all classes -- from simple garments of 10th-century Anglo-Saxons to Anne Boleyn's ermine-trimmed coronation outfit in the 16th century.

Fashion and Women s Attitudes in the Nineteenth Century

( 23697-8 ) MEN'S FASHION ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE TURN OF THE CENTURY , Jno . J. Mitchell Co. ( 26353-3 ) WOMEN'S FASHIONS OF THE EARLY 1900s , National Cloak and Suit Co. ( 27276-1 ) ANCIENT EUROPEAN COSTUME AND FASHION , Herbert Norris ...

Fashion and Women s Attitudes in the Nineteenth Century

De ontwikkeling van de maatschappelijke positie van de Engelse vrouw in de negentiende eeuw, inclusief beschrijvingen van kledingstijlen en -stukken en de redenen hiervoor.

Fashion and Costume in American Popular Culture

The 1990 Dover publication , with introduction by Jean L. Druesedow , curator of the Costume Institute , Metropolitan Museum of Art , is entitled Men's Fashion Illustrations from the Turn of the Century and features the Sartorial Art ...

Fashion and Costume in American Popular Culture

Provides a convenient and unique look at fashion and costume literature and how it has developed historically. Discusses subjects from jeans to wedding dresses.

Franklin Simon Fashion Catalog for 1923

( 23690-0 ) $ 8.95 EIGHTEENTH - CENTURY FRENCH FASHION PLATES IN FULL COLOR , Stella Blum ( ed . ) . ( 24331-1 ) $ 13.95 AMERICAN ... ( 26323-1 ) $ 24.95 MEN'S FASHION ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE TURN OF THE CENTURY , Jno . J. Mitchell Co.

Franklin Simon Fashion Catalog for 1923

Over 500 illustrations of fur-trimmed evening wraps, casual day wear and more for women; stylish clothing for children, handsome accessories for men, costume jewelry, millinery, shoes, much else.

Out of Style

Dressing the Man: Mastering the Art of Permanent Fashion. New York: Harper Collins Pub., 2002. • Jon J. Mitchell Co. (selected by Jean Druesedow). Men's Fashion Illustrations from the Turn of the Century. Mineola, New York: Dover Pub., ...

Out of Style

This volume of style clues for fashion detectives weaves fascinating elements of social history into tales of how, why, and when fashions evolved. Hundreds of illustrations accompany highly readable comments and explanations.

English Costume from the Seventeenth Through the Nineteenth Centuries

( 23690-0 ) $ 8.95 EIGHTEENTH - CENTURY FRENCH FASHION PLATES IN FULL COLOR , Stella Blum ( ed . ) . ( 24331-1 ) $ 13.95 AMERICAN ... ( 26323-1 ) $ 24.95 MEN'S FASHION ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE TURN OF THE CENTURY , Jno . J. Mitchell Co.

English Costume from the Seventeenth Through the Nineteenth Centuries

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. Over 400 illustrations (including 28 plates in full color) provide important details of hair styles, beards, hats, and cravats.

Medieval Costume and Fashion

( 28519-7 ) $ 17.95 COSTUME DESIGN IN THE MOVIES : AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO THE WORK OF 157 GREAT DESIGNERS , Elizabeth Leese . ( 26548 - X ) $ 14.95 Men's FASHION ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE TURN OF THE CENTURY , Jno . J. Mitchell Co.

Medieval Costume and Fashion

Meticulously researched text and nearly 700 illustrations depict wide range of apparel -- from fur-trimmed cloaks and brocaded robes worn by courtiers and the nobility to simpler mantles, tunics, gowns, and more.

Ert s Fashion Designs

(23697-8) Men's Fashion Illustrations from the Turn of the Century, Jno. J. Mitchell Co. (26353-3) Women's Fashions of the Early 1900s, National Cioak and Suit Co. (27276-1) Ancient European Costume and Fashion, Herbert Norris.

Ert   s Fashion Designs

Splendid selection of 218 black-and-white inventions from legendary designer's productions for Harper's Bazar, 1918–32. Also 8 pages of full-color covers, originals now prized collector's items. Captions. Publisher's Note.

Hats

( 23697-8 ) MEN'S FASHION ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE TURN OF THE CENTURY , Jno . J. Mitchell Co. ( 26353-3 ) WOMEN'S FASHIONS OF THE EARLY 1900s , National Cloak and Suit Co. ( 27276-1 ) ANCIENT EUROPEAN COSTUME AND FASHION , Herbert Norris ...

Hats

This book presents an illustrated view of 2,000 years of head coverings. Over 800 drawings by the author--adapted from rare paintings, sculptures, and illustrations--accurately depict headgear in various aspects, including gender, class, and nationality. Crowns, wigs, tiaras, and helmets appear among the varied forms of headdresses, which include conical leather caps worn by the Danes in 70 B.C.; metal Viking helmets with horns; feathered Flemish berets (1410); petite straw hats, adorned with a rosette and ribbons (187); handsome English top hats (1957); as well as ecclesiastical regalia, traditional and ethnic styles, and hats and head adornments from far beyond the European shores. Organized chronologically by century, the fetching drawings appear alongside an interpretive text that documents the development of styles, their changes with the passage of time, and the influences that both created and altered them. This reference for designers, art students, and costume historians is also for anyone who appreciates the age-old allure of a fine hat.

Children s Fashions 1900 1950 as Pictured in Sears Catalogs

( 28527-8 ) BRITISH COSTUME FROM EARLIEST TIMES TO 1820 : WITH 468 ILLUSTRATIONS , Mrs. Charles H. Ashdown . ... ( 23697-8 ) MEN'S FASHION ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE TURN OF THE CENTURY , Jno . J. Mitchell Co. ( 26353-3 ) WOMEN'S FASHIONS ...

Children s Fashions  1900 1950  as Pictured in Sears Catalogs

The pages of this new book, excellently reproduced from rare copies of Sears catalogs, depict what average American youngsters, ages 4 to 16, were wearing during the first half of the twentieth century. Here, among other items, are Knickerbocker suits from 1914, starting at $1.95; elegant organdy and chiffon party dresses from 1918, selling at an average price of $4.28; boys' cowboy, Indian, and baseball outfits for less than two dollars; aviator helmets, knitted hats, and golf-styled caps, all under $1.00; and a selection of fashionable coats for the high school crowd in 1946, starting at $12.98. A rich social document that will interest a wide audience of social historians and fashion enthusiasts, this panoramic window to the past will also appeal to anyone fascinated by fashions of a bygone era.

Edwardian England A Guide to Everyday Life 1900 1914

Druesedow,Jean L. Men's Fashion Illustrations from the Turn of the Century. NewYork:Dover, 1990. Humphry,C.E.Manners for Men.Exeter,Eng.: Webb&Bower, 1979. Koda, Harold, and Andrew Bolton.Poiret. New York: Metropolitan Museumof Art, ...

Edwardian England  A Guide to Everyday Life  1900 1914

Second edition of The Pocket Guide to Edwardian England, newly revised and expanded. The Edwardian Era simplified, organized, and easy to reference. Aimed towards writers of historical fiction, though genealogists, Downton Abbey fans, and the curious alike will find this an excellent starting point for their own research. Compiled from lectures and blog posts on Edwardian Promenade, as well as 70% more original content, Edwardian England: A Guide to Everyday Life, 1900-1914 poses to give a entry level, but thorough look at the time period made popular by Downton Abbey and Mr. Selfridge.

A History of Costume

( 28519-7 ) COSTUME DESIGN IN THE Movies : AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO THE WORK OF 157 GREAT DESIGNERS , Elizabeth Leese . ( 26548 - X ) MEN'S FASHION ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE TURN OF THE CENTURY , Jno . J. Mitchell Co.

A History of Costume

Covers the historical background and development of costumes up to the 19th century

A Short History of Costume Armour

EIGHTEENTH CENTURIES IN FULL COLOR, Edmond Lechevallier-Chevignard. (28519-7) COSTUME DESIGN IN THE MOVIES: AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO THE WORK OF 157 GREAT DESIGNERS, Elizabeth Leese. (26548-X) MEN'S FASHION ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE TURN OF ...

A Short History of Costume   Armour

DIVMeticulously researched, well-illustrated history of fashion covers 800 years of style: civilian and military clothing of English upper classes for both sexes, 11th–19th centuries, plus accessories. 342 black-and-white illustrations. /div

Fashion Design Illustration

Book list FASHION ILLUSTRATION Barnes , Colin , Fashion Illustration , Macdonald , 1988 Drake , Nicholas , Fashion ... Jean L. , Men's Fashion Illustration from the Turn of the Century Peacock , John , The Chronicle of Western Costume ...

Fashion Design Illustration

A guide that explains in easy stages the key techniques for illustrating men's clothes. As well as providing hints on presenting designs in original and exciting ways, it offers advice on anatomy, proportion and creating a mood, and demonstrates how to work from templates, photographs and life.

Telling History

Men's Fashion Illustrations from the Turn of the Century , by Jno . J. Mitchell Company . New York : Dover Publications , 1990 . Eickhoff , Diane . Revolutionary Heart : The Life of Clarina Nichols and the Pioneering Crusade for Women's ...

Telling History

Dramatic impersonations accompanied by informed discussions are becoming increasingly popular methods of educating visitors to museums and historical sites. This is the first book to provide step-by-step instructions for how to conceive, plan, publicize, present, and pay for such historical presentations.

The Hidden Consumer

Commenting on the authority of fashion plates , the editor of The London Tailor claimed that : In men's fashions ... in his work on professional distinctions in English society , isolates the years around the turn of the century as ...

The Hidden Consumer

This work uncovers the consuming habits of urban men from the second half of the 19th century to the outbreak of World War I. It focuses on the fraught relationships which emerged at this time between ideal models of manly behaviour and attitudes towards the expression of sexual and class identities throught the medium of dress. The period has been identified by many historians as a crucial moment in the development of a commodity culture and its characteristics have generally been discussed in terms of a feminization of practices linked with shopping and fashionable display.

Gibson Girls and Suffragists

The term relates to the publishing practice of using hand-colored engravings to create the fashion illustration. ... calling grown women “girls” was common at the turn of the century, especially in the workplace.The Hello girls operated ...

Gibson Girls and Suffragists

Examines the symbols that defined perceptions of women from the turn of the century through the end of World War I and how they changed women's role in society.

Continuum Companion to Twentieth Century Theatre

An actor whose work seems real in rehearsal clothes can lose integrity when dressed in period clothes or stylist costume . ... The Historical Mode ( 1989 ) Men's Fashion Illustrations from the Turn of the Century ( 1990 ) Musée des Arts ...

Continuum Companion to Twentieth Century Theatre

International in scope, this book is designed to be the pre-eminent reference work on the English-speaking theatre in the twentieth century. Arranged alphabetically, it consists of some 2500 entries written by 280 contributors from 20 countries which include not only top-level experts, but, uniquely, leading professionals from the world of theatre. A fascinating resource for anyone interested in theatre, it includes: - Overviews of major concepts, topics and issues; - Surveys of theatre institutions, countries, and genres; - Biographical entries on key performers, playwrights, directors, designers, choreographers and composers; - Articles by leading professionals on crafts, skills and disciplines including acting, design, directing, lighting, sound and voice.

Paper Bullets

Suzanne's turn-of-the-century early fashion illustrations routinely depicted women wearing trousers, foreshadowing a ... By the time they got to Paris, Lucy's mix of men's and women's clothing helped create her own signature style.

Paper Bullets

“A Nazi resistance story like none you’ve ever heard or read.” —Hampton Sides, author of Ghost Soldiers and On Desperate Ground "Every page is gripping, and the amount of new research is nothing short of mind-boggling. A brilliant book for the ages!” —Douglas Brinkley, author of American Moonshot A Stonewall Honor Book in Nonfiction Longlisted for the Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Nonfiction Paper Bullets is the first book to tell the history of an audacious anti-Nazi campaign undertaken by an unlikely pair: two French women, Lucy Schwob and Suzanne Malherbe, who drew on their skills as Parisian avant-garde artists to write and distribute “paper bullets”—wicked insults against Hitler, calls to rebel, and subversive fictional dialogues designed to demoralize Nazi troops occupying their adopted home on the British Channel Island of Jersey. Devising their own PSYOPS campaign, they slipped their notes into soldier’s pockets or tucked them inside newsstand magazines. Hunted by the secret field police, Lucy and Suzanne were finally betrayed in 1944, when the Germans imprisoned them, and tried them in a court martial, sentencing them to death for their actions. Ultimately they survived, but even in jail, they continued to fight the Nazis by reaching out to other prisoners and spreading a message of hope. Better remembered today by their artist names, Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore, the couple’s actions were even more courageous because of who they were: lesbian partners known for cross-dressing and creating the kind of gender-bending work that the Nazis would come to call “degenerate art.” In addition, Lucy was half Jewish, and they had communist affiliations in Paris, where they attended political rallies with Surrealists and socialized with artists like Gertrude Stein. Paper Bullets is a compelling World War II story that has not been told before, about the galvanizing power of art, and of resistance.