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Costume History     View
This incredibly rich site offers descriptions and pictures of how humans have clothed themselves from Ancient Greece to the present. Although the focus is on Europe and the U.S., there are also significant data on the ancient near east. Many of the ...
http://www.thecostumersmanifesto.com/index.php/Navigation

The Art of Motion Picture Costume Design     View
A companion to an exhibit of costumes nominated for current Academy Awards and costumes from a selection of other movies from the same year. Includes photographs from the exhibit and brief information about the costumes and the designers. The archive ...
http://fidm.edu/resources/museum+galleries/exhibits/motion-picture-costume-design/2008/

Religious Costume & Clothing Links at the Costumer's Manifesto     View
A compilation of links to dozens of sites about traditional religious apparel. "In this list many religions are grouped together by clothing style, not necessarily by philosophical affiliation. So, for example Lutherans and Anglicans are grouped ...
http://www.costumes.org/history/100pages/religious_costume.htm

The History of Costume     View
"For students who are studying the history of fashion and for costume designers." Contains images from a book of 500 full-color plates showing "historical dress from antiquity to the end of the 19th century." Note: "The origi ...
http://www.siue.edu/COSTUMES/history.html

Sewing Resource Guide     View
This is mainly a directory of lightly annotated links to Web sites and topics that may be of interest to a sewer. A wide variety of topics are covered such as buttons, classes, costumes, fabrics, lace making, pattern software, patterns, quilting, ser ...
http://www.lilyabello.com/sewdir.htm

Costume Page     View
A directory of thousands of costume and costuming-related links, for the benefit of those who make and/or study costumes. It includes sites for costumers, students, historical re-enactors, science fiction fans, dancers, theatrical costumers, and thos ...
http://www.costumepage.org

Institute of Draped Clothes (IDP)     View
This group is interested in "the research, study, preservation and promotion of draped clothing such as saris, belted plaids, Roman togas, sarongs, and other unstitched costumes found all over the world." The site features a "Web Libra ...
http://www.idcw.org.uk

Index of American Design     View
This exhibit from the National Gallery of Art works on two levels. The first is "watercolor renderings of American decorative arts objects from the colonial period through the nineteenth century" produced as a New Deal project between 1935 ...
http://www.nga.gov/collection/gallery/iad.htm

Reforming Fashion, 1850-1914: Politics, Health, and Art     View
This site is a companion to an exhibition "about the women's dress reform movement of the late 19th and early 20th century." During this time a growing number of people began to believe that women's clothing, which included bustles and cors ...
http://costume.osu.edu/exhibitions/reformingfashion/

The Greater Bay San Francisco Area Costumers Guild     View
A site "where people with myriad interests [can] share their knowledge and love of costuming." The site features resources for costumers, including sources for and reviews of patterns, a shopping directory, and listings of activities and cl ...
http://www.gbacg.org/

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