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Fashion and Fashion Accessories
Fashion and Accessories by Jan Brand
Ties, shoes, purses, hats, gloves and glasses...It's not just clothing that determines the magic and image of a fashion house - accessories are ever more important, and open the way for a famous fashion brand to a more general public. "Fashion & Accessories" is the first book to analyse this phenomenon. Contains articles about the function and symbolic value of accessories and unravels their history. The book is richly illustrated and well designed, with lots of examples of the major fashion brands.
The Complete Fashion Sourcebook: 2,000 Illustrations of 20th-Century Fashion
This bumper edition combines all seven books in John Peacock's renowned "Fashion Sourcebooks" series, which charts in meticulous drawings the development of women's and men's clothing in the 20th century. It will become an indispensable part of the library of fashion students, historians and collectors, and is sure to provide inspiration to any designer or student working in the performing arts.
The London Cut: Savile Row Bespoke Tailoring by James Sherwood
Savile Row has been home to some of the most exclusive tailors shops in the world for more than 200 years, creating one-of-a-kind bespoke suits for a very select clientele. "The London Cut" is a richly illustrated volume that not only tells the story of more than two hundred years of undisputed elegance, but also the contemporary nature of a style that still represents the pinnacle of male haute couture.
More Books about Fashion Accessories
Fashion Geek: Clothes Accessories Tech by Diana Eng
A new craft of fashionable and playable electronic clothes and accessories. Teaches basic electronic and hacking skills and combines them with stylish sewing projects DIY crafters will love, including a 'Blooming Buttons' jacket with flower buttons that light up when the jacket is buttoned, a 'Get-the-Message' Bag that lights up when your mobile phone rings, and a 'Creature Feature' Hat with headphones in the earflaps. Making things customizable, beautiful, usable, fun and stylish. View Details
Shoes: The Complete Sourcebook by John Peacock
Over 2,000 specially drawn illustrations; the most comprehensive and detailed history of shoes ever published. John Peacock charts the development of every kind of footwear from earliest times to the present day. Reproduced in meticulous detail and full colour is a host of representative examples of footwear: the simple sandals of ancient Egypt, made from natural fibres and held onto the foot with narrow thongs to today's fashion footwear in radical materials and experimental styles.
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