Women In Clothes

Author: Sheila Heti
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698189825
Size: 32.96 MB
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Women in Clothes is a book unlike any other.

Women And Clothes

Author: Brigitte Kronauer
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780924047787
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The stories are deeply anchored in society while mirroring its constant flux and the ways in which clothes express—and conversely affect—a woman's sense of self from the cradle to the grave and beyond.

A Second Skin

Author: Kirsty Dunseath
Publisher: Womens PressLtd
ISBN:
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In A Second Skin, top contemporary writers explore the significance of clothes which have marked a particular point in their lives, touching on themes such as identity, memory, family, sexulaity, rebellion, and tradition.

Women S Clothes

Author: Ceri Jones
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1312386576
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by Ceri Jones Published by Megan Publishing Services at Lulu http://
meganthemisconception.com Copyright Ceri Jones 2014 © ISBN:
9781312386570 Hello and thank you for buying this ebook called 'Women's
Clothes'. I hope that you will find the information helpful, useful and profitable.
The information in this ebook on ladies garments is organized into 14 chapters of
about 500600 words each. I hope that it will interest those who like fashion and
clothes. As an added bonus, I am ...

Women S Clothes

Author: Owen Jones
Publisher: Owen Jones
ISBN:
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When I think about my years in Thailand, I suppose a few international truths
stand out: women tend to drink less than men and older women might not drink at
all. A few years ago, my wife's mother, a Thai, was in her early sixties and had
never tried an alcoholic drink in her life. Then she met me. Now, she likes Bailey's
Irish Cream and she likes red wine, but she would never buy any and has only
drunk the 23 glasses that I have given her. This is quite normal for women of her
 ...

The Cut Of Women S Clothes

Author: Norah Waugh
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135856109
Size: 12.39 MB
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In the seventeenth century, although the milliners still sold a diversity of
merchandise, they were beginning to specialize more and more in dress
accessories—ribbons, laces, gloves, bands (collars), and 'pretty toies for
Gentlewomen'. Much lower down the scale were the Frippirers, or rag-men who
dealt in second-hand clothes or who sold simple ready-made clothes for both
men and women. It was during the seventeenth century also that the sempstress
attained professional status ...

Making Vintage 1940s Clothes For Women

Author: Sarah Magill
Publisher: The Crowood Press
ISBN: 1785003119
Size: 79.97 MB
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This book explains the period's sewing techniques and makes a range of 1940s outfits to recreate the look of those vintage years.

Women Work And Clothes In The Eighteenth Century Novel

Author: Chloe Wigston Smith
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107035007
Size: 80.49 MB
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Prose fictions ranging from A Tale ofa Tub to A Patchwork Screenfor the Ladies to
Pamela and object narratives, however, resist such comparisons by suggesting
instead that fiction offers a vigorous and imaginative critique of the conventional
correspondence between clothes and words. Part II, “The practical habits of
fiction,” examines how the rhetoric and materials of clothes were renegotiated
through a wide range of novels that attended to women's work in the clothing
trades ...

Changing Clothes In China

Author: Antonia Finnane
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231512732
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feel that our European dress is lacking in grace and elegance."72 She remarked
wonderingly on the persistence with which European women continued to martyr
themselves on the altar of fashion in the heat of a Chinese summer: "Their
dresses are tight-fitting, their shoes are thin, their heels are high, and in this
hothouse air surcharged with moisture the least movement must produce
consequences disastrous to their new gloves. Thus cheeks are pale and
expressions sad, as they ...