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by Tamami Suoh,Akiko Fukai

ePub Fashion: From the 18th to the 20th Century download
Author:
Tamami Suoh,Akiko Fukai
ISBN13:
978-3822838570
ISBN:
3822838578
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Publisher:
Taschen; First Edition edition (October 1, 2004)
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Graphic Design
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1151 kb
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1162 kb
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4.9
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Tamami Suoh, Akiko Fukai. Three centuries of women's clothing Founded in 1978, the Kyoto Costume Institute holds one of the world's most extensive clothing collections and has curated many exhibitions worldwide.

Tamami Suoh, Akiko Fukai. Showcasing highlights from the Institute's archives of skilled photographs depicting the clothing expertly displayed and arranged on custom-made mannequins, Fashion History is a fascinating excursion through the last three centuries of clothing trends. Издательство: Taschen.

The book's authors include some of the smartest minds and sharpest eyes in fashion studies: Akiko Fukai (Chief Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Tamami Suoh (Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Miki Iwagami (Lecturer of fashion history at Sugino Fashion College.

The book's authors include some of the smartest minds and sharpest eyes in fashion studies: Akiko Fukai (Chief Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Tamami Suoh (Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Miki Iwagami (Lecturer of fashion history at Sugino Fashion College (Tokyo)), Reiko Koga (Professor of fashion history at Bunka Women's University), and Rie Nii (Associate Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute). Читать дальш. мотрите также.

If you are in need, or want of a GREAT image clothing reference book from the late 18th Century (Regency) to the 19th Century (Victorian) in addition to the 20th Century (Modern), then 'Fashion' by Kyoto Costume Institute should be it. The images are beautiful, professional and the volume is dense. Over 700 pages thick!

There are some 18th century pieces of men's wear. The photography is high quality and all full color. Absolutely indispensable book for someone interested in fashion, especially the collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute. Lovely pictures, good quality printing and binding.

There are some 18th century pieces of men's wear. Would make a good coffee table book.

The exquisite garments range in date from the lavish era of Marie Antoinette through the late 20th century, and include pieces from major couture houses still active today. All in all, a nice selection of works from the Institute's collection. 4 people found this helpful.

The authors:Akiko Fukai (Chief Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Tamami Suoh (Curator of The . A sumptuously illustrated, encyclopedic chronicle of fashion and its trends, from the 18th to the early 20th century.

The authors:Akiko Fukai (Chief Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Tamami Suoh (Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Miki Iwagami (Lecturer of fashion history at Sugino Fashion College (Tokyo)), Reiko Koga (Professor of fashion history at Bunka Women& University), and Rii Nie (Assistant Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute). Издание на английском языке.

dedication positively radiate from every page of this book.

The KCI believes that "clothing is an essential manifestation of our very being" and their passion and dedication positively radiate from every page of this book.

Fashion : A History from the 18th to the 20th Century. Akiko Fukai (Chief Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Tamami Suoh (Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Miki Iwagami (Lecturer of fashion history at Sugino Fashion College (Tokyo)), Reiko Koga (Professor of fashion history at Bunka Women's University), and Rie Nii (Assistant Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute).

This book consists of items of clothing selected from the extensive . Akiko Fukai, Tamami Suoh.

This book consists of items of clothing selected from the extensive collections at the Kyoto Costume Institute (KCI).

Akiko Fukai (Chief Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Tamami Suoh (Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Miki Iwagami (Lecturer of fashion history at Sugino Fashion College . 18th Century Maritime History Books.

Akiko Fukai (Chief Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Tamami Suoh (Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Miki Iwagami (Lecturer of fashion history at Sugino Fashion College (Tokyo)), Reiko Koga (Professor of fashion history at Bunka Women's University), and Rie Nii (Assistant Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute). 20th Century Local History & Genealogy Books. This item doesn't belong on this page.

Three centuries of women's clothing Founded in 1978, the Kyoto Costume Institute holds one of the world's most extensive clothing collections and has curated many exhibitions worldwide. Showcasing highlights from the Institute's archives of skilled photographs depicting the clothing expertly displayed and arranged on custom-made mannequins, Fashion History is a fascinating excursion through the last three centuries of clothing trends.
  • This handsome little paperback features excellent photographs of some of the period costumes preserved in the Kyoto Costume Institute, in Japan. Details of embroidery, and accoutrements like hats and camisoles, etc., are remarkable. The exquisite garments range in date from the lavish era of Marie Antoinette through the late 20th century, and include pieces from major couture houses still active today. All in all, a nice selection of works from the Institute's collection. Readers wishing to see additional costumes should access the Institute's web site, which is available in both Japanese and English.

  • The book has beautiful photographs. Short descriptions of the times are given with each period. Good for a general overview and to see some detailing of garments. Your would need another book if you were doing an indepth study. I do love the photos in this book. This would be a good companian to one with more written information..because of the photos. The BIGGEST issue I have is that I bought the book brand new and after the first week the pages started falling out. So I gave it a lower score because of book construction. I would recommend this book to a begining designer or someone considering a design career or as a companian book to one with more written details.