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History Of Fashion - Episode 5: The 1950s

In this episode, Vintage2Versace's John Knight discusses post-war austerity and looks the wardrobes of the debutantes and upper class. Please subscribe for a ...


  • 1950s American Fashion

    Bloomsbury Publishing. 2012. ISBN: 9780747812807,0747812802. 64 pages.

    The 1950s was the first decade when American fashion became truly American. The United States had always relied on Europe for its style leads, but during World War II, when necessity became the mother of invention, the country had to find its own way. American designers looked to what American women needed and found new inspirations for American fashion design. Sportswear became a strength, but not at the expense of elegance. Easy-wear materials were adapted for producing more formal clothes,...

  • Everyday Fashions of the Fifties As Pictured in Sears Catalogs

    Courier Corporation. 2013. ISBN: 9780486316918,0486316912. 128 pages.

    One-piece strapless bathing suits and dresses with plunging necklines for women; business suits with wide lapels for men; bluejeans and plaid shirts for girls; and much more. Over 300 black-and-white illustrations.

  • 1950s Fashion

    University-Press.org. 2013. ISBN: 1230530509,9781230530505. 46 pages.

    Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 44. Chapters: 1945-1960 in fashion, Levi Strauss & Co., Top hat, Aloha shirt, Ray-Ban Wayfarer, Western wear, Petticoat, Teddy Boy, Winklepickers, Fedora, Coonskin cap, Perfecto motorcycle jacket, Pompadour, Slim-fit pants, Horn-rimmed glasses, Beanie, Bolo tie, Hobble skirt, Browline glasses, Pork pie hat, PF Flyers, Duck's Ass, Chuck Taylor All-Stars,...

  • Trickster Travels

    Macmillan. 2018. ISBN: 9780809094349,0809094347. 435 pages.

    Presents the story of Leo Africanus and his famous sixteenth-century geography of Africa that was to introduce the continent to European readers, in a detailed history that documents such elements of his life as his imprisonment by the pope, work as a Christian writer, and relationships with powerful individuals from a range of cultures and religions.

  • Blueprints of Fashion

    Schiffer Pub Limited. 1999. ISBN: 0764309196,9780764309199. 175 pages.

    The most popular 1940s clothing styles were available in patterns for the home seamstress. Companies like Advance, Butterick, McCall and others marketed their patterns to housewives with beautifully illustrated envelopes featuring everything from couture to everyday workclothes, ensembles, sportswear, lingerie, and more. Collectible in themselves, these illustrations also document an era of fashion design.

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