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  • ...Manifesto: Afrocentric Clothing and Textile Links: '''Afrocentric Clothing and Textile Links: '''Clothing, Fashion and Textile links for Africa and The African Diaspora''This symbol indicates an internal page of the Manifes
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  • ...stume design, tap lightly on your shoulder and tell you theAll New Perfect And Inspired Way to design ...al perceptions of color, to actor's body proportions, to budget realities, and more.Trying to design costumes without being influenced by outside factors
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  • ...tumedesignblog.com/@160x120.jpg [http://www.costumedesignblog.com/ The Art and Business of Costume Design | Costume Design Blog] ...aut.wordpress.com/ Clothesmonaut - A blog about the psychology of clothing and costume]
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  • Free Stuff for Costumers at The Costumer's Manifesto and on the WWW '''Free Stuff for Costumers at The Costumer's Manifesto and on the WWW'''
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  • "Make it pretty and make it work" - BobBlackman “Hot glue is good for you: It whitens your teeth andimproves your sex life” - Pat Lusk
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  • ...us '''This is an Old Syllabus - This Does NOT reflect current UAF courses, and I no longer work at UAF. This is only kept online to help new teachers who '''Theatre 355 THE HISTORY OF FASHION AND DRESS (Face to Face Version)'''
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  • Read the online "lecture" on dress in the 17th Century below and click on any links that interest you. You are not required to read all the ...tionality and class that had been broadened by the wars of the Reformation and by the "enclosure movement" (aka the early part of the Agricultural Revolut
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  • Read the online "lecture" on dress in the 18th Century below and click on any links that interest you. You are not required to read all the The Rococo period was marked stylistically by the same convoluted detail and elaborate decoration which characterized the Baroque period immediately pre
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  • Read the online "lecture" on dress in the Industrial Revolution below and click on any links that interest you. You are not required to read all the '''Clothing from 1825-1850
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  • Read the online "lecture" on dress in the 20th Century below and click on any links that interest you. You are not required to read all the ...nly cut their hair, but once it became acceptable to do so, gradually more and more women did in the following decades.
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  • Preface The History of Fashion and Dress'''Week #1 ...efined traditions of hair cutting or dressing, tattooing or scarification, and body painting for specific social occasions. People in these "naked" social
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  • Late Medieval Europe and the Early Italian Renaissance''' ...ity of textiles in the West, the wealth of a rising urban tradesman class, and the sudden increased inherited personal wealth of the survivors of the Blac
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  • Preface The History of Fashion and Dress'''Week #1 Preface and IntroductionStep 1:'''
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  • '''This is an Old Syllabus - This Does NOT reflect current UAF courses, and I no longer work at UAF. This is only kept online to help new teachers who ...GL 111X; Junior standing; or permission of instructor. (3+0) '''Class Time and Place: '''Wednesday 2:15-5:15pm in THEA 101 (Greenroom)'''
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  • '''This is an Old Syllabus - This Does NOT reflect current UAF courses, and I no longer work at UAF. This is only kept online to help new teachers who ...GL 111X; Junior standing; or permission of instructor. (3+0) '''Class Time and Place: '''Wednesday 2:15-5:15pm in THEA 101 (Greenroom)'''
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  • [[Store100pagesKinky|Kinky Clothing]] [[History100pagesVintage|Vintage Clothing]]
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  • ...ttp://www.kipar.org/ General 17th Century Costume LinksL'Age d'Or - French and English Baroque] [This is the Largest and BEST site for this Era]
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  • Unfolds its bosom buds, and leaves, and sprigs And curling tendrils gracefully disposed
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  • Flowers, furbelows, and crimping Knots below and knots above,
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  • '''and other sources. ''Please do not copy the Broderbund Photos in this page.'' ...ring of lace during the 17th Century was restrictedby law to the nobility, and during the 19th Century, by custom, to women, its use knew nosuch bounds du
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"The Costumer's Manifesto"
by Tara Maginnis