by Richard Martin, Harold Koda
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art 1996
Number of pages: 208
This is a portrait album of a sampling of Christian Dior's masterpieces shown in the 1996 New York Metropolitain Museum of Art's retrospective. Among the illustrations are extravagant evening wear, chic accessories, and details of Dior tailoring, as well as documentary photographs from the Dior Archives, Paris.
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by Emily Burbank - Dodd, Mead and Co.
This illustrated book is a brief guide for the woman who would understand her own type, make the most of it, and know how simple a matter it is to be decorative if she will but master the few rules underlying all successful dressing.
by Dion Clayton Calthrop - Adam & Charles Black
The world is a complicated picture of people dressing and undressing. The history of the world is composed of the chat of a little band of tailors seated cross-legged on their boards; they gossip across the centuries, feeling very busy and important.
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