The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Clothing Through World History: 1801 to the present
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2008 - Clothing and dress - 352 pages
Offers a comprehensive overview of the social, political, economic, and religious history of fashion and clothing from 1801 to the present, discussing how clothing has been used in cultures around the world and throughout time to signify one's beliefs, status, and ethnicity and exploring major trends that have influenced the development of fashion.
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