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The Resource 100 ideas that changed fashion, Harriet Worsley

100 ideas that changed fashion, Harriet Worsley

Label
100 ideas that changed fashion
Title
100 ideas that changed fashion
Statement of responsibility
Harriet Worsley
Title variation
  • One hundred ideas that changed fashion
  • Hundred ideas that changed fashion
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"100 Ideas That Changed Fashion chronicles the most influential fashion ideas that changed womenswear in the West from 1900 to the present day. The book will be visually arresting, exciting to read and an inspiring fashion bible. Charting the incidents and ideas that changed the way women dress, it gives a unique perspective on the history of twentieth-century fashion. Rather than just documenting the changes in fashion, it also explains why these changes happened. From the invention of the bias cut and the stiletto heel to designers such as Coco Chanel who changed the way we think about clothes, the book will be entertaining, intelligent and a visual feast"--Publisher's web site
Cataloging source
SITPL
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Worsley, Harriet
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TT507
LC item number
.W665 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Fashion design
  • Fashion design
  • Fashion
  • Women's clothing
  • Fashion
Label
100 ideas that changed fashion, Harriet Worsley
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Couture -- Celebrities -- The skirt suit --The death of the corset -- The Delphos gown -- The bra -- The white wedding dress -- Royals and politicians -- Photographs in magazines -- Dance dress -- Bold prints -- Vogue -- Global influences -- D.I.Y. dressing -- Sunbathing -- Pants for women -- Rayon -- Costume jewelry -- The zipper -- Military clothing -- The sweater -- False eyelashes -- Underwear as outerwear -- The clutch bag -- The wristwatch -- The bias cut -- Sport -- Chanel No. 5 -- Painted ladies -- The open shoe -- The little black dress -- Public nudity -- Androgyny -- The shoulder bag -- Sunglasses -- The shoulder pad -- Hollywood and the talkies -- Mass-manufacturing -- Surrealism -- Platforms and wedges -- Fashion show as theatrical spectacle -- Nylon -- The jumpsuit -- Rationing -- Make do and mend -- Dr. Martens boots -- Paris challenged -- The supermodel -- The bikini -- The new look -- Synthetics -- Teenage fashion --The black leather jacket -- The t-shirt -- The stiletto -- Jeans -- Sneakers -- Spandex -- Pop stars -- Mods -- Influential street fashion -- Op and pop art -- The mini -- Pantyhose -- Space age -- Raw photography -- Tattoos -- The delicate knit dress -- Disposable fashion -- Hippies -- Body piercing -- Funk -- Hot pants -- Glam -- Low-key luxury -- Black is beautiful -- The thong -- Punk -- Computer technology -- New romantics -- Calvin Klein underwear -- Hip hop -- Brand culture and logo worship -- Utilitarian bags -- Japanese design --Streetwear -- Rave -- The Benetton advertisign campaigns -- Deconstruction and Antwerp -- The Internet -- The new purity -- The anti-brand -- Grunge -- The status handbag -- Performance fabrics -- Eternal youth -- Eco fashion -- Wearable electronics
Control code
754683532
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
216 p.
Isbn
9781856697330
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)754683532
Label
100 ideas that changed fashion, Harriet Worsley
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Couture -- Celebrities -- The skirt suit --The death of the corset -- The Delphos gown -- The bra -- The white wedding dress -- Royals and politicians -- Photographs in magazines -- Dance dress -- Bold prints -- Vogue -- Global influences -- D.I.Y. dressing -- Sunbathing -- Pants for women -- Rayon -- Costume jewelry -- The zipper -- Military clothing -- The sweater -- False eyelashes -- Underwear as outerwear -- The clutch bag -- The wristwatch -- The bias cut -- Sport -- Chanel No. 5 -- Painted ladies -- The open shoe -- The little black dress -- Public nudity -- Androgyny -- The shoulder bag -- Sunglasses -- The shoulder pad -- Hollywood and the talkies -- Mass-manufacturing -- Surrealism -- Platforms and wedges -- Fashion show as theatrical spectacle -- Nylon -- The jumpsuit -- Rationing -- Make do and mend -- Dr. Martens boots -- Paris challenged -- The supermodel -- The bikini -- The new look -- Synthetics -- Teenage fashion --The black leather jacket -- The t-shirt -- The stiletto -- Jeans -- Sneakers -- Spandex -- Pop stars -- Mods -- Influential street fashion -- Op and pop art -- The mini -- Pantyhose -- Space age -- Raw photography -- Tattoos -- The delicate knit dress -- Disposable fashion -- Hippies -- Body piercing -- Funk -- Hot pants -- Glam -- Low-key luxury -- Black is beautiful -- The thong -- Punk -- Computer technology -- New romantics -- Calvin Klein underwear -- Hip hop -- Brand culture and logo worship -- Utilitarian bags -- Japanese design --Streetwear -- Rave -- The Benetton advertisign campaigns -- Deconstruction and Antwerp -- The Internet -- The new purity -- The anti-brand -- Grunge -- The status handbag -- Performance fabrics -- Eternal youth -- Eco fashion -- Wearable electronics
Control code
754683532
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
216 p.
Isbn
9781856697330
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)754683532

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