Fashion Book Nonfiction Book By Anne SchraffEveryday you probably wonder what you should wear, whether it's for a date, job interview, or just relaxation. This has been true throughout history, from ancient Egypt to medieval Japan to the roaring '20s and beyond. This book describes the sometimes shocking, sometimes funny, and occasionally unbelievable fashions that were popular in other times and places. (64 pages). www.artesianpress.com
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The Middle Ages Around the World
The Eighteenth Century 19001999
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