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- What is The History of Fashion and Dress?
- The Lessons:
- Lesson 1 Preface and Introduction
- Lesson 2 Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome
- Lesson 3 Byzantium and Early Medieval Europe
- Lesson 3 Page 2: Late Medieval Europe & The Early Italian Renaissance
- Lesson 4 16th Century Europe
- Lesson 5 17th Century Europe
- Lesson 6 18th Century Europe till the French Revolution
- Lesson 7 The French Revolution and Empire Periods
- Lesson 8 The Rise of the Industrial Revolution
- Lesson 9 Imperialism and Traditional Dress
- Lesson10 The First and Second Bustle Periods
- Lesson 11 Research with Vintage Garments
- Lesson 12 The Turn of the 20th Century
- Lesson 13 More work on Study Garment
- Lesson 14 WWI to WWII
- Lesson15 Final Project
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- *; Also by author Tara Maginnis: Theatrical Makeup Design Interactive
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