Women of Fashion: Twentieth-century Designers
Men have dominated the fashion industry for more than a century, but some of the most famous and creative fashion designers have been women. This fascinating study of the role women have played and continue to play in fashion design presents a historial and critical view of the industry as it has developed and flourished in Europe, the United States and Japan.
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