Fashioning the early modern dress textiles and innovation in europe 1500 1800 edited by evelyn welch pasold studies in textile history ensures the reader has a good sense of the original objects and images. The book is the product of a three year research collaboration led by the editor evelyn welch entitled fashioning the early modern creativity and innovation in europe 1500 1800 which brought together historians art historians museum curators and conservators their collective conversations come across in the way many of the articles . Fashioning the early modern creativity and innovation in europe 1500 1800 was a eur1 million project funded by hera humanities in the research area investigating creativity and innovation that lay behind the creation and spread of fashionable goods in early modern europe the project ran from 2010 until may 2013 and has now finished. Evelyn welch ed fashioning the early modern dress textiles and innovation in europe 1500 1800 pasold studies in textile history 18 pasold studies in textile history 18 oxford oxford university press 2017 xvi 456 pp gbp5000. How did fashion work in europe before modern media why were beards suddenly stylish after 1500 why did the ruff come in and out of use in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries why did men from spain to sweden suddenly decide to adopt wigs around 1660 only to drop them less than fifty years later how did manufacturers and merchants encourage and then respond to changing demands for
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