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Arts Subject Guide: TheaterTech: Costume & Fashion

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Corsets, Crinolines, etc.

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Websites

Sarah A. Bendall: Blog about Early Modern Fashions from a Historian
Bendall, a published Australian historian who studies fashion, offers several pages on corsetry and related fashion topics. 


Fashion History Timeline (Fashion Institute of Technology, New York)
A group of professors with deep knowledge of fashion have assembled this searchable website.

Fashion Projects
Editor and founder Francesca Granata is Associate Professor of Fashion Studies at the New School. 

The Fashion and Race Database
A group of fashion educators developed this database to offer lessons and resources that diversify how we understand fashion.

Fashion-Era
Founder Pauline Weston Thomas has been an honors Dress, Textiles and Design graduate and British qualified teacher since the 1970s.

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Sue Phillips
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