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Costume Full-color photos. Live models display loincloths and togas, powdered wigs and "steeple" headdresses, buckskins and bloomers, shoes, wedding dresses, children's clothes, and bathing suits in this guide to clothing throughout the ages. Free Read [ Costume ] Author [ L. Rowland-Warne ] – wildweaves.co.uk

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  1. The reason this book is so wonderful is that it uses live models photographed in old fashioned clothing to demonstrate past fashion One of the best is a two page spread of a lady putting on a crinoline dress 1860s This is illustrated with seven different photographs showing each step of dressing.All the photographs are in full color.You get to see people dressed as vikings, Renaissance men and women, a Roman in a tunic and toga, and many other fun things And on live people, not lame illustr The reason this book is so wonderful is that it uses live models photographed in old fashioned clothing to demonstrate past fashion One of the best is a two page spread of a lady putting on a crinoline dress 1860s This is illustrated with seven different photographs showing each step of dressing.All the photographs are in full co...

  2. Not a book for someone looking for a serious tome on the history of clothing fashion, but it really is a fun book for elementary primary school age children.

  3. So, this book is only OK It s definitely meant for children, so you can t really expect much.It has lots of photographs of clothing, both actual antique vintage and some reproduction work for plays It also has various drawings My main problem is it starts off chronological, and then goes all over the place and starts doing themes such as blushing brides instead of time periods The problem with that is a lot of the theme pages don t give an accurate time next to the object or too broad of a So, this book is only OK It s definitely meant for children, so you can t really expect much.It has lots of photographs of clothing, both actual antique vintage and some reproduction work for plays It also has various drawings My main problem is it starts off chronological, and then goes all over the place and starts doing themes such as blushing brides ...

  4. if you have kids, teach kids, or have any influence in the local library this DK Eyewitness series is a must it is easy to use, broken into kid size bites, and has very cool pictures a perfect home reference collecti...

  5. I LOVE Eyewitness Books This one is great for quick period costume reference it doesn t cover much of each important century, but it gives good photographic examples of specific silhouettes Further, instead of the cruddy illustrations that tend to accompany most history books for children this sounds like a pretty big generalization, but I can t think of a whole lot outside of the realm of the interactive Klutz books that look all that good , we get illustrations from the respective histo I LOVE Eyewitness Books This one is great for quick period costume reference it doesn t cover much of each important century, but it gives good photographic examples of specific silhouettes Further, instead of the cruddy illustrations that tend to accompany most history books for children this sounds like a pretty big generalization, but I can t think of a whole lot outside of ...

  6. I remember being incredibly taken with Eyewitness books as a kid, and I was equally charmed as an adult I was really pleased to find reliable, well illustrated, kid appropriate historical information, which will certai...

  7. Costume by L Rowland Warne is so thoroughly researched and well written it would make a fashion lover out of the most hardened academician Published by Dorling Kindersley it s organized chronologically from man s earliest relationship with clothing during the Ice Age, about 30,000 yearsago , to the contemporary British design company, Workers for Freedom in the early 1990 s Interwoven with exquisite illustrations, paintings and photographs the sections come alive with a wealth of fascin Costume by L Rowland Warne is so thoroughly researched and well written it would make a fashion lover out of the most hardened academician Published by Dorling Kindersley it s organized chronologically from man s earliest relationship with clothing during the Ice Age, about 30,000 yearsago , to the contemporary British design company, Workers for Freedom in the early 1990 s Interwoven with exquisite illustrations, paintings and photographs the sections come alive with a wealth of fascinating facts One of the most interesting is the Bells and boxes section on pages 22 and 23, which features an elaborate black and white engraving by Dutch artist Han...

  8. This is a fun book It is very interesting It talks about how fashions have changed over the years It has a lot of fun pictures along with details about the different cultures and eras This is a fun book to use to teach kids They will find it interesting to see fa...