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Costume and Fashion:A Concise History 5th edition (häftad)
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5 Revised edition
Thames & Hudson Ltd
85 in colour 348 illustrations
348 illustrations, 85 in colour
210 x 150 x 22 mm
648 g
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Costume and Fashion:A Concise History 5th edition (häftad)

Costume and Fashion:A Concise History 5th edition

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The new fifth edition of this classic guide to clothing throughout history now extends into the second decade of the 21st century. James Lavers classic study of clothing, from the invention of the needle to the dawn of denim, neolithic weavers to catwalk creations, has been updated once again to cover the latest trends, from vintage to high street chic and the spectacular reinvention of haute couture. Featuring designers such as Alexander McQueen and Marc Jacobs, and style leaders Kate Moss and the Duchess of Cambridge, a new final chapter explains the forces shaping fashion today, including Internet technology, celebrity influence, fast fashion, the recession and global markets. With eight new pages, six new illustrations and an entirely new final chapter, this book reclaims its position as the definitive concise history of the subject, and remains essential reading for all students of art, costume and fashion.
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James Laver was Keeper of the Departments of Prints and Drawings and of Paintings at the Victoria and Albert Museum from 1938 until 1959. Amy de la Haye is Senior Research Fellow at the London College of Fashion.