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  • AFRICAN AMERICAN DRESSAfrican American dress intertwines with the history of Africans, who arrived in the Virginia colony in 1619. Within that century, southern codes forced the children of any enslaved woman to remain enslaved for life. West Africans continued to come un...
    on Feb 15, 2009 in Clothing Accessories ALBINI WALTER
    Walter Albini (1941-1983) was born Gualtiero Angleo Albini in Busto Arsizio, Lombardy, in northern Italy. In 1957 he interrupted his study of the classics, which his family had encouraged him to pursue, and enrolled in the Istituto d’Arte, Dise.
  • AMERICA, NORTH: HISTORY OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ DRESSThe native peoples of North America are diverse in culture, language, and ecological adaptations to varied environments. This variation is expressed in their attire. The only major constant in their clothing prior to European contact was the use of t...
    on Feb 15, 2009 in Clothing Accessories ADRIAN
    Adrian, the great American film and fashion designer, was born Adrian Adolph Greenberg in Connecticut in 1903. Stage-struck at an early age, he had worked in summer stock and sold costume sketches to the producers of a Broadway show by the time he wa...
  • AFRICA, NORTH: HISTORY OF DRESSNorth Africa comprises Egypt and the lands to its west, known in Arabic as al-Maghrib, literally “the place of sunset”: Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco. These political divisions were essentially established by the Ottomans in the
    on Feb 15, 2009 in Clothing Accessories AESTHETIC DRESS
    In 1851, London celebrated the Great Exhibition, showcasing the latest innovations in manufacture and design. Its warm reception by the public and the media confirmed, in many people’s eyes, the triumph of increased industrialization and mass p.
    on Feb 15, 2009 in Clothing Accessories A-LINE DRESS
    The term “A-line” is used to describe a dress, skirt, or coat with a triangular silhouette, narrow and fitted at the top and widening out from the bust or waist in a straight line to the hem. More specifically, it is understood to mean
    on Feb 15, 2009 in Clothing Accessories ALPACA
    The alpaca is a domesticated member of the camel family and native to the high Andes Mountains of Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and northwestern Argentina. Alpacas are small animals raised primarily for their fleece. They were domesticated over 5,000 years a...
  • AMERICA, CENTRAL AND MEXICO: HISTORY OF DRESSCultural artifacts such as clothing and cloth also serve as signs that communicate visually in a silent language. This communication is a kind of visual literacy: becoming familiar with the language of textiles is similar to learning how to read, onl...
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