The Fairchild Dictionary of Fashion 3rd Edition, by Charlotte Mankey Calasibetta, Phyllis Tortora and Bina Abling presents clothing terminology from both historic and modern day viewpoints. It is a useful tool for people considering different elements of fashion: designers searching for business in theater, movie, opera, and television production; newspaper, magazine, and promotion writers, editors, and illustrators; merchants; customers; and salespeople, at the same time as college students.
This book makes sure that your details on around the globe and historic developments, phrases determining kinds and aspects of apparel and accessory merchandise; and phrases utilized in the producing, merchandising, and distribution of fashion are exact.
This book also contains revised groups for simpler use of phrases with totally new illustrations, which include “anatomy” drawings, which label aspects of attire and accent products. New appendix of designers is up-to-date to include rising leaders with pronunciation guide for foreign words and other conditions.
Writer, Phyllis G. Tortora, CSA, ITAA, is a Professor Emerita at Queens College, where she was Division Chair for 17 many years, teaching historic costume and furnishings, and textiles. She has also served like a consultant for the Historic Costume Collection from the Huntington Historic Modern society. Her expert memberships involve the Intercontinental Textile and Clothing Affiliation (ITAA) as well as the Costume Culture of The us (CSA). She has become awarded Fellow Membership in ITAA.
The Fairchild Dictionary of Fashion 3rd Edition defines over 15,000 fashion terms, together with attire, add-ons, and their elements; historical and textile conditions that relate to contemporary fashion; plus the language from the fashion business.
The Fairchild Dictionary of Fashion (3rd Edition)
Charlotte Mankey Calasibetta, Phyllis Tortora and Bina Abling
Fairchild Pubns; 3 edition