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by Pamela A Parmal,Didier Grumbach,Susan Ward,Lauren D Whitley
- ISBN: 0878467084
- Category: Photo and Art
- Author: Pamela A Parmal,Didier Grumbach,Susan Ward,Lauren D Whitley
- Subcategory: Graphic Design
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- Language: English
- Publisher: MFA Publications (October 24, 2007)
- Pages: 221 pages
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Fashion Show: Paris Style Hardcover – December 1, 2006. by Susan Ward (Author), Pamela A. Parmal (Author), Didier Grumbach (Author), Lauren Whitley (Author) & 1 more.
Fashion Show: Paris Style Hardcover – December 1, 2006.
Didier Grumbach, head of the esteemed Chambre Syndicale, Paris, discusses the current state of Paris fashion and its future, exploring the role of the runway shows.
Parmal, Pamela A. and Didier Grumbach (Essays) Profiles by Susan Ward and Lauren D. Whitley. Published by Boston: MFA Publications (2006) (2006).
Fashion Show: Paris Style by MFA Publications (Hardback, 2006). Didier Grumbach, Pamela a Parmal. Brand new: lowest price.
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Pamela A. Parmal, in particular, is such an engrossing writer. I love this recent book book of hers and frequently peruse it: Women's Work: Embroidery in Colonial Boston. It has extraordinary new insights into the pictorial and sampler embroidery of the times and Boston's women's needlework is representative of all the colonies in many ways. The new analysis of scientific, familial and social aspects of the needlework has raised its importance to a new level. One person found this helpful.
This comprehensive introduction presents 100 of the finest textiles and fashion arts produced by weavers, embroiderers and designers around the globe
This comprehensive introduction presents 100 of the finest textiles and fashion arts produced by weavers, embroiderers and designers around the globe.
Fashion Show: Paris Syle. Counter Cultures: Saleswomen, Managers, and Customers in American Department Stores. A study of the evolution of American women's clothing, When the Girls Came Out to Play traces the history of modern sportswear as a universal style that broke down traditional gender roles. Patricia Warner shows how this profound cultural shift, which did not reach fruition until World War II, originated during the previous century with the gradual expansion of socially acceptable physical activity for women.
Parmal, Pamela . Didier Grumbach, Susan Ward, and Lauren D. Whitley, eds. Fashion Show: Paris Style. Fashion Forward: 300 Years of Fashion: Collections of the Musee Des Arts Decoratifs, Paris. Boston: MFA Publications, 2006. New York: Rizzoli, 2017. Industry & Consumerism.
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