Chinese Fashions

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Courier Corporation, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Over 1,000 years of Chinese fashions for men and women are spotlighted in this exquisitely rendered coloring book — from a strapless high-waisted dress with a transparent outer robe worn during the Tang dynasty (a.d. 618-907) to an elegant, knee-length sheath trimmed with a floral applique (late Republic). 43 full-page black-and-white illustrations.

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Ming-Ju Sun has worked in fashion advertising as an illustrator, art director, and photographer. Her original illustrations for Garfinckel's department store, along with her original drawings from Dover's Fashions of the First Ladies Coloring Book, are archived at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.

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