17th-Century Men's Dress Patterns
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Edited by the world's leading authorities on historical tailoring, Patterns of Men's Dress 1600-1630 surveys the masculine wardrobe in England during the early seventeenth century. It features twelve chapters, each dedicated to one garment, including an ensemble of doublet and breeches, three doublets, a cloak, a hat, a night cap and a night-cap liner, a picadil, a pair of mittens, a sword girdle and hangers, and a linen stocking. Chapters on tailoring, dressing and inventories of men's dress provide key historical context. Like its predecessors, this book promises to be a unique resource for costume designers, dress and social historians, students, and fashion enthusiasts alike.
Author/Artist/DesignerS.North, J.Tiramani, M.Braun, L.Costigliolo and C.Thornton
30.5cm x 2cm x 27cm
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