Jacke für Damen von Bazar Deluxe in Creme und Bunt. Das gerade geschnittene Modell mit Haken-Verschluss begeistert durch die hochwertige Verarbeitung im angesagten Bohemian-Look. Ein stilvolles Allover-Motiv, Schmuckstein-Paspelierungen und Fransen-Details an Rundhals-Ausschnitt, Verschlussleiste und Ärmelenden setzen modische Akzente und sorgen für einen eleganten Look.
Day costumes, evening wear, sports clothes, shoes, hats, other accessories in over 1,000 detailed engravings. Very thorough identification of styles, materials, colors by editor. ´´An endlessly entertaining book.´´ -- ´´Theatre Design and Technology.´´
Victorian Fashions and Costumes from Harper´s Bazar, 1867-1898:Dover Publications
Blazer für Damen von Bazar Deluxe in Aubergine. Das taillierte Modell bestichtdurch die weiche Samt-Qualität, während edel changierende Ketten-Applikationensowie stilvolle Stickereien das Gesamtbild zum stylischen Eyecatcher in jederDamen-Garderobe machen.
Selected by Choice magazine as an Outstanding Academic Title for 2009 When Broadway Was the Runway explores the central and largely unacknowledged role of commercial Broadway theater in the birth of modern American fashion and consumer culture. Long before Hollywood´s red carpet spectacles, Broadway theater introduced American women to the latest styles. At the beginning of the 20th century, theater impresarios captured the imagination of their largely female patrons by transforming the stage into a glorious site of consumer spectacle. Theater historian Marlis Schweitzer examines how these impresarios presented the dresses actresses wore onstage, as well as the jewelry and hairstyles they chose, as commodities that were available for purchase in nearby department stores and salons. The Merry Widow Hat, designed for the hit operetta of the same name, sparked an international craze, and the dancer Irene Castle became a fashion celebrity when she anticipated the flapper look of the 1920s by nearly a decade. Not only were the latest styles onstage, but advertisements appeared throughout theaters, in programs, and on the curtains, while magazines such as Vogue vied for the rights to publish theatrical costume sketches and Harper´s Bazar enticed readers with photo spreads of actresses in couture. This combination of spectatorship and consumption was a crucial step in the formation of a mass market for consumer goods and the rise of the cult of celebrity. Through historical analysis and dozens of early photographs and illustrations, Schweitzer aims a spotlight at the cultural and economic convergence of the theater and fashion industries in the United States. The book is published by University of Pennsylvania Press. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Laura Faye Smith. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/004045/bk_acx0_004045_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The Russian-born, Paris-based artist Erté (Romain de Tirtoff) is best known for his incomparably styled fashion and theater designs of the 1910s and 1920s. From 1915 to 1936 Erté was associated withHarper´s Bazar, furnishing readers with fashion designs, cover art, and word-pictures of the European fashion scenes. This book is a selection of Erté´s remarkable work forHarper´s Bazar, including 310 of his line drawings and 8 full-color images as well as selections from his letters for the magazine. Of these drawings, 12 have been reproduced directly from the original pen drawings at original size for this edition.In the illustrations, Erté shows gowns, coats, pajamas, hats, and accessories of all sorts and for each season. Tassels, fur muffs, capes, hair stylings, and other extravagant flourishes are second nature to Erté in these designs. The drawings themselves are striking evocations of the temptress type of feminine allure, and are works of art in their own right whose exotic styles are inseparable from the style of the fashions they depict. The originalHarper´s captions have been reprinted with each illustration.This selection from Erté´s work has been made by Stella Blum, Curator of the Metropolitan Museum´s Costume Institute, who has chosen the illustrations both for their interest as art and for their importance in the development of fashion. Copies ofHarper´s Bazar from the years of Erté´s great work are very hard to find today, and students of fashion, fashion illustration, and others interested in Erté will find this a most welcome collection.Dover (1976) original publication.