9780312645397-0312645392-Vintage Lingerie: 30 Patterns Based on Period Garments Plus Finishing Techniques

Vintage Lingerie: 30 Patterns Based on Period Garments Plus Finishing Techniques

ISBN-13: 9780312645397
ISBN-10: 0312645392
Edition: First Edition
Author: Salen, Jill
Publication date: 2012
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Format: Hardcover 128 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780312645397
ISBN-10: 0312645392
Edition: First Edition
Author: Salen, Jill
Publication date: 2012
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Format: Hardcover 128 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors Salen, Jill wrote Vintage Lingerie: 30 Patterns Based on Period Garments Plus Finishing Techniques comprising 128 pages back in 2012. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0312645392 and 9780312645397. Since then Vintage Lingerie: 30 Patterns Based on Period Garments Plus Finishing Techniques textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 3.30 or rent at the marketplace.

Description

Vintage Lingerie includes:
-30 beautiful and historically accurate examples of period lingerie from 1850 to 1970, covering a range of fabulous vintage pieces from 1920s French knickers to 1950s pin-up brassieres. It includes corsets, brassieres, girdles, petticoats, and much more.
-Each stunning example is accompanied by a full working pattern, photographs and drawings, plus a historical overview giving an invaluable insight into making up these period pieces.
-Two step-by-step projects both guide and inspire the beginner costume maker, while practical advice is also given, from attaching hooks and eyes to embellishing with embroidered detail.

From 1920s French knickers to 1950s pin-up brasieres, these fabulous vintage pieces chart the progression of lingerie over the last century. The book covers a range of fascinating garments, including 1890s corsets, 1940s garter belts, 1950s New Look girdles, brassieres, and much more. The book includes 30 fully annotated working patterns alongside drawings, photographs, and practical advice on making up the garments.

For fashion and costume students and costume designers working on stage or screen, the historically accurate patterns are essential for capturing the classic shapes of any period. Students and historians will find the period details and historical background of each garment an invluable resource. Whether you need to construct a historically accurate period garment or simply wish to channel your inner 1950s starlet, this book is for you.

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