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  • ...s Manifesto: Traditional Dress, "Ethnic" Costumesand Textiles of the World Links ''' "Ethnic" Costume and Textile Links:
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  • ''' Visiting The Costume Collections of St. Petersburg''' ...which are those museums either partly or wholly devoted tocostume. Russian costume museum collections usually differ markedly in style and contentfrom Western
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  • The Costumer's Manifesto: Asian Costume Links '''Asian Costume Links''' ==General Links==
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  • Making your Own 18th Century Men's Wigs Project at The Costumer'sManifesto Costume Design & Construction '''Making your Own 18th Century Men's Wigs Project (2 ==Product Links==
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  • Designing in Cooperation Project at The Costumer's Manifesto Costume Design & Construction '''Designing in Cooperation Project(15D)''' ...r in all cases, costuming exists as a piece of a much bigger pie, in which costume is not the center, but a support to a larger whole. This is the key to unde
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  • Extensions & Hair Rolls Project at The Costumer's Manifesto Costume Design & Construction I '''Extensions & Hair Rolls Project (10C)''' ... with runs in them for making wig caps, hair pads, rolls, and other useful costume objects. Minor runs and toe holes are not a problem for these uses.
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  • ... Mikado", "Rashomon" and Other Plays, a Project at TheCostumer's Manifesto Costume Design & Construction '''Making Cheap "Witch" Wigs into Good Japanese Style ==Product Links==
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  • ...ty School Dropouts & Other Painted Wigs Project at TheCostumer's Manifesto Costume Design & Construction '''Beauty School Dropouts & Other Painted Wigs (5D+10 We celebrate many unusual holidays in the UAF costume shop, among them National Cheap Chocolate Day (February 15), and Cheap Glit
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  • ...hat interest you. You are not required to read all the material on all the links, however: Late Roman and "Byzantine" dress is more body covering than earlier Roman costume, usually including long sleeves and long hems.This is generally assumed to
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  • ...hly contemporaneous to this period. Briefly research and report on it with links. ...eraldry. Do a brief report (200-300 words) on one of these two topics with links to images.
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  • ...government tried to prevent Kuna women from wearing their traditional mola costume. " -http://www.robothumb.com/src/http://www.panart.com/molainfo.htm@160x120 [[History100pages1803cambridge|Costume of the Various Orders in the University of Cambridge]]
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  • [[File:ClassprojectMakeupclassKabukim.gif|frameless|border|Shoelace (The Costume Shop Cat)]] Week 13: Kabuki or Chinese opera or Alaskan/African/Asian Mask designs
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  • ...aginnisTara@costumes.org I may be found 1-4:30 M, and 1-5 Tu, Th, F in the Costume Shop, THEA 107 or in my office THEA 105, with occasional time out when meet ...t if you are European, light Middle Eastern or East Indian, Alaska Native, Asian or Native American you may want to get a “White” kit.If you are Dark Hisp
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  • The Costumer's Manifesto: Computer Programs and CD ROMs forCostumers '''Costume/Computer Programs, Topics, & More''' ...m/src/http://www.costumerseye.com@160x120.jpg [http://www.costumerseye.com Costume Computer Software Consortium]
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  • ...18th Century was the folding variety based on Chinese models. Unlike their Asian counterparts, however, European fans had elaborately carved and decorated s (V&A Costume Collection)
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  • (V&A Costume Collection) ...g/costume/narrative.php?irn=156&QueryPage=index.php&themeback=1 Gallery of Costume - Man's Wig & Wig Bag 1780-1790]
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  • [[History100pagesBanyan|Banyan]]" (Asian style robe) and turban like cap for wearing at home, inspired byPersian (Ir ...es/menswear.htm@160x120.jpg [http://www.chs.org/textiles/menswear.htm CHS: Costume and Textile Collection: Colonial Era Men's Wear]
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  • The Costumer's Manifesto: 18th Century Costume Flicks '''18th Century Costume Flicks'''
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  • ...ures of Nightgowns, Nightcaps, Dressing Gowns and Banyans, plus Banyan Web Links''' ...to a kimono, they are thought to be adaptations of these garments based on Asian imports.''
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  • The Costumer's Manifesto: Hand Fan Pages And Links Fan Pages And Links [[Ethnic1pagesAsianfans|Asian Folding Fans]]
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