Women's Hats of the Twentieth Century: For Designers and Collectors

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Schiffer Pub., 1997 - Antiques & Collectibles - 255 pages
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Hats represent an art form that is opening up new vistas for the vintage clothing collector. For the authors hats are a visual treat, and they have crafted a book that is chuck-full of some of the sweetest you'll ever see. This carefully researched book profiles important American and European milliners, and lists the most desirable designer and salon labels. It offers special sections with tips on dating, valuation, and storing and decoration. 500 vivid photos are beautifully styled and enhanced by lively and informative captions. Many period advertisements and illustrations from popular magazines depict the styles and moods of the times.

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Only a few decades ago, a woman would not be well dressed without a becoming hat to complement her costume. Here, antiques dealers and hat collectors Reilly and Detrich share their enthusiasm for ... Read full review


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About the author (1997)

Maureen Reilly and Mary Beth Detrich are vintage clothing collectors and buffs in Sacramento, California.

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