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Author: Eleanor THOMPSON
Publisher: Philip Wilson; 1st edition edition (2005)
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the Messels: six generations of dress. by Amy De La Haye, Amy de la Haye, Lou Taylor, Eleanor Thompson. Published 2005 by Philp Wilson Publishers in London.
Amy de la Haye, Lou Taylor, and Eleanor Thompson. Stylish survey on the Messel Family dress collection through six generations from 1865!~. Seller Inventory 16422. Published by Philip Wilson Publishers, London (2005). ISBN 10: 0948723661 ISBN 13: 9780948723667. The Messel Dress Collection is a unique collection of exceptional garments, embracing luxurious international haute couture, fancy dress, home-made and customised clothing worn by six generations of women from one extraordinary and creative family". PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED in full color and black & white photography with accompanying descriptive captions.
De La Haye, Amy; Taylor, Lou; Thompson, Eleanor (2005). A Family of Fashion: The Messels: Six Generations of Dress. Philip Wilson Publishers Ltd. ISBN 0856676101. Robbins, Daniel; Suleman, Reena; Hunter, Pamela (2003). Download as PDF. Printable version.
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A Family of Fashion book. Amy de la Haye is Professor of Dress History and Curatorship, Rootstein Hopkins Chair, London College of Fashion. Books by Amy de la Haye
A Family of Fashion book. Thislavishly illustrated cataloguewill accompany an exhibition at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery in 2006. The items on display are drawn from the extensive wardrobe of four generations of Lord Snowdon's family-the Sambourne-Snowdons. Books by Amy de la Haye.
This fascinating book catalogues a remarkable collection of lovingly .
This fascinating book catalogues a remarkable collection of lovingly preserved clothes. The reflection on both the personal and public lives of the women involved is particularly poignant and revealing. From 1991-1998 she was Curator of 20th Century Dress at the V&A. Lou Taylor is Professor of Dress and Textile history, University of Brighton, author of The Study of Dress History (2002) and Establishing Dress History (2004), both by Manchester University Press. Eleanor Thompson is Curator of Costume & Textiles at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery.