The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Clothing Through World History, Volume 2;Volumes 1501-1800
Offers a comprehensive overview of the social, political, economic, and religious history of fashion and clothing from1501 to 1800, discussing how clothing has been used in cultures around the world and throughout time to signify one's beliefs, status, and ethnicity and exploring major trends that have influenced the development of fashion.
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The Italian Renaissance
The Northern Renaissance
The Seventeenth Century
North American Colonial Costume
Clothing in Edo Japan
Clothing in Mughal India
Overige edities - Alles weergeven
accessories American armor Art Resource artistic became began bodice breeches called Catholic Charles chemise chonin clothing coat collar colonies colors costume cotton court created cuffs culture decorated designs doublet dress Dutch dyeing early Edo period eighteenth century elaborate elite embroidered embroidery England English Europe European fabric falling band fashion fibers fifteenth France French front garments gold gown hair hairstyles hanbok hats India Isabella d'Este Italian Renaissance Italy jewels justacorps king known Korean kosode lace leather linen Louis Louis XIV Mary men's Ming dynasty motifs Mughal Museum neck neckline painted Parliament patterns pearls petticoat plain-woven political popular ribbons robe ruff seventeenth century Shah Jahan shape shibori shirt shoulders silhouette silk sixteenth century skirt sleeves social Spain Spanish stumpwork style sumptuary laws textiles thread trade trimmed tunic usually velvet Venetian Venice waist waistcoat wealthy wear wearer weaving wigs women wore wool worn woven yarn