1843 books (93 pages) in this category
by Mary Harlow
<p>Whilst seemingly simple garments such as the tunic remained staples of the classical wardrobe, sources from the period reveal a rich variety of changing styles and attitudes to clothing across the ancient world. Covering the period 500 BCE toeBook
by Denise Amy Baxter
<p>During the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries the production of dress shifted dramatically from being predominantly hand-crafted in small quantities to machine-manufactured in bulk. The increasing democratization of appearances made neweBook
by Peter McNeil
<p>Eighteenth-century fashion was cosmopolitan and varied. Whilst the wildly extravagant and colorful elite fashions parodied in contemporary satire had significant influence on wider dress habits, more austere garments produced in darker ...eBook
by Professor Sarah-Grace Heller
<p>During the medieval period, people invested heavily in looking good. The finest fashions demanded careful chemistry and compounds imported from great distances and at considerable risk to merchants; the Church became a major consumer of both ...eBook
by Professor Alexandra Palmer
<p>Over the last century there has been a complete transformation of the fashion system. The unitary top-down fashion cycle has been replaced by the pulsations of multiple and simultaneous styles, while the speed of global production and ...eBook
by Elizabeth Currie
<p>Spurred by an increasingly international and competitive market, the Renaissance saw the development of many new fabrics and the use of highly prized ingredients imported from the New World. In response to a thirst for the new, fashion's paceeBook
by Eric Silverman
<p><em>A Cultural History of Jewish Dress</em> is the first comprehensive account of how Jews have been distinguished by their appearance from Ancient Israel to the present. For centuries Jews have dressed in distinctive ways to communicate ...eBook
by Holly Brubach
Succeed in design by knowing your clients and what they really need
by Jenn Visocky O'Grady
Go beyond crafting a logo or brochure and learn what it takes to design a commercial success. ...
by Jonathan Woodham
<p>Over 950 entries From the Arts and Crafts Movement to Postmodernism, Apple to Frank Lloyd Wright, this fascinating dictionary covers the past 160 years of international design, with accessible entries on branding, graphics, industrial design,eBook
A tribute to Bowie by his artistic collaborators and contemporaries
by Brian Hiatt
by St?phane Mallarm?
<div>A contemporary and authentically designed translation of one of Stéphane Mallarmé's most famous poems.</div> ...
Witty Thinking in Graphic Design
by Beryl McAlhone and Dav Stuart
Witty Thinking in Graphic Design
by Beryl McAlhone
by Anton Ausgustus Schlichte
<p>This vintage book contains a comprehensive treatise on the scientific and chemical processes involved in making leather. Although old, much of the information contained within this volume is timeless and will be of utility to the modern ...eBook
by Mimi Matthews
<p>What did a Victorian lady wear for a walk in the park? How did she style her hair for an evening at the theatre? And what products might she have used to soothe a sunburn or treat an unsightly blemish? Mimi Matthews answers these questions ...eBook
by neil Macmillan
by Rothenstein Julian
by AMOR FENN
Students, designers, and craftspeople who want to create their own abstract patterns and designs will find this profusely illustrated guide one of the best books available on the subject. After an introductory chapter dealing with the geometric ...
Empire, the world's biggest movie magazine, has curated over 140 of cinema's most ballistic, heart-thumping and hilariously daft Action movie posters into a handsome slimline volume ready for coffee tables and movie buff bedrooms nationwide. ...