By Richard Martin
The full-page information and a number of perspectives of costumes that seem all through this elegantly designed quantity actually spotlight the luxuriousness, attraction, and craftsmanship of the models within the Ceaseless Century. in addition they supplement the historical past as advised within the textual content of the continuing and demanding effect of the eighteenth century on style within the 19th and 20th centuries as much as the current second.
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