Colors In Fashion

Author: Jonathan Faiers
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1474273696
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This ground-breaking compilation is the first to investigate how color in fashionable and ceremonial dress has played a significant social role, indicating acceptance and exclusion, convention and subversion.

Fashion In Colors

Author: Akiko Fukai
Publisher: Editions Assouline
Size: 42.73 MB
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Conceived by the celebrated design duo Viktor & Rolf, whose audacious fashions grace runways in Paris and New York, this edition includes more than eighty works by designers such as Balenciaga, Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Junya Watanabe, ...

Colors For Fashion

Author: Nancy Riegelman
Publisher: 9 Heads Media Incorporated
ISBN: 9780970246363
Size: 27.30 MB
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The book also includes a chapter on working in color using Photoshop and a CD with video of the author demonstrating the basic techniques for using colored markers, watercolors and colored pencils.

Color In Fashion

Author: Yoko Ogawa
Publisher: Rockport Pub
ISBN: 9780935603385
Size: 79.81 MB
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This complete guide to color coordinating a wardrobe offers a helpful resource for textile designers, buyers, and other individuals interested in fashion

Fashion And Color

Author: Mary Garthe
Publisher: Rockport Pub
ISBN: 9781564961747
Size: 64.12 MB
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This book presents a gallery of full-color images and stylish drawings with one-, two-, three-, and four-color swatches, providing the tools to combine color fabrics.

80 Godey S Full Color Fashion Plates

Author: JoAnne Olian
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486141853
Size: 31.59 MB
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As colors became stronger the demeanor of the ladies in the fashion plates
followed suit, becoming more assertive and less shy. Color as well as cut was
directly influenced by Paris, hence such colors as “Bismarck,” a kind of brown, “
magenta,” and “Metternich green” (after the fashionable wife of the Austrian
ambassador to the French court). In 1869, according to Godey's, “Costumes
cannot be too gay or too picturesque; many of the street costumes are exact
copies from some of the ...

Fashion Trends

Author: Eundeok Kim
Publisher: Berg
ISBN: 0857853147
Size: 31.32 MB
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The three-day show acts as a color filter for the fashion industry, largely because
of the availability of the exhibition's color card, which ensures that the exhibition
relates to the color stories set by the panel for that season, instilling and
promoting a consensual theme (Diane 81 Cassidy, 2005). Top designers present
their new collections twice each year in runway shows held in the major fashion
cities. Retail buyers, fashion editors, and designers from all over the world attend
these ...

Colors For Modern Fashion

Author: Nancy Riegelman
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 9780970246325
Size: 15.40 MB
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This up-to-date text demonstrates with clarity and precision, the beginning, middle, and advanced techniques for marker rendering for the fashion industry.

Clothing And Fashion American Fashion From Head To Toe 4 Volumes

Author: José Blanco F.
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610693108
Size: 72.88 MB
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In the 1820s, popular colors for men's coats included plum, mulberry, brown,
bright blue, and bottle green. For men's evening wear, however, black and white
began to replace other colors. Women's wear in the 1820s also featured a wide
variety, including dark, bright, and pastel colors. Fashion plates of the 1820s
recommended dark green, purple, bright rose, cherry, and ruby. In the 1830s,
popular colors included lemon, lime, and rose as well as a variety of muted colors
such as ...

The Color Revolution

Author: Regina Lee Blaszczyk
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262017776
Size: 35.12 MB
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... Art and the Invention of Color (University of Chicago Press, 2003); Joyce Bedi,
Color Sells!,” exhibition at National Museum of American History, Smithsonian
Institution, Washington, DC, 1997; Deborah R. Coen, Vienna in the Age of
Uncertainty (University of Chicago Press, 2007); Francois Delamare and Bernard
Guineau, Colors: The Story of Dyes and Pigments (Abrams, 2000); Victoria Finlay
, Color: A Natural History ofthe Palette (Ballantine Books, 2003); Akiko Fukai, “
Fashion in ...