Survey of Historic Costume
In the Preface of the 5th Edition of Survey of Historic Costume, Tortora and Eubank conclude with the following: "In the history of dress at the beginning of the 21st century, costume might be compared to a constantly moving river. This river divides into many narrower channels that separate, cross, come together, and separate again, and yet that river continually moves on." Building on the previous editions, the authors update their analysis of Western dress to 2008. Survey of Historic Costume has, from its beginnings, taken seriously the need to accompany the text with appropriate illustrations and the major change in the 5th Edition is the move to full color throughout the book to enrich the text and the concepts. Perfect for anyone interested in historic costume, fashion, textiles, drama, and design, this beautifully illustrated book is full of interesting facts and commentary.New to this Edition:-- Over 500 four-color photographs and illustrations-- Updated text to 2008-- Additional influences from one period or civilization to another, including influences from other cultures-- Index - updated and organized to be utilized as glossary with terms defined and page numbers printed in boldface-- Instructor's Guide provides sources for visuals, websites, teaching strategies and evaluation techniques-- PowerPoint® Presentation contains interactive visual presentation with links to Internet
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19th century accessories American appeared artists became belt blouses bodice boots boys brassiere breeches Byzantine Byzantine Empire called changes chemise chiton Christian Dior close clothing coats collars colors Condé Nast Publications COSTUME COMPONENTS cotton Courtesy couture daytime decorative depicted draped early Egyptian Empire England Etruscan Europe fabrics Fairchild Publications fashion designers fibers Figure fitted FOOTWEAR France French front garments girls gowns Greek HAIR AND HEADDRESS hairstyles hats haute couture History hose houppelande Illustrated Table included influences Italian Italy jackets jewelry king knee knitted lace length linen man’s Medieval men’s Metropolitan Museum ofArt Minoan neck necklines ofthe outdoor paintings pants period pleated popular ready-to-wear Renaissance Resource revival Roman shape shirts shoes short shoulder silhouette silk skirts sleeves social sportswear styles suits sweaters textiles tion toga trousers tunic undergarments waist waistline wear wide women wore wool World War II worn York