European Costume and Fashion, 1490-1790
Courier Corporation, Jan 1, 2002 - Antiques & Collectibles - 299 pages
Authoritative, exhaustive guide provides detailed descriptions and accurate representations of conventional early-16th-century fashions for women; doublets of mid-century; Spanish trunk hose and ruffs from the early 17th century; an early-18th-century cousin of the modern suit for men; along with cravats, parasols, bustles, grandiose coiffures, and more. 211 illustrations.
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