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by Tom Tierney

  • Author: Tom Tierney
  • ISBN: 0486293963
  • ISBN13: 978-0486293967
  • ePub: 1651 kb | FB2: 1504 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Activities Crafts & Games
  • Publisher: Dover Publications (December 12, 1996)
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 402
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Worth Fashion Review Paper Dolls ePub download

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Collectible paper doll book features the Victorian fashion history of Charles Frederick Worth. Eighteen highly detailed costumes and three paper dolls are to be found in this wonderful collection by famed illustrator Tom Tierney.

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Tom Tierney pays tribute to the first modern fashion designer: Charles Frederick Worth. The illustrations are colorful and detailed, and the portrayal of Worth himself is excellent. One of the dolls is Worth's wife (and first model), Marie Vernet, which was a lovely gesture

Tom Tierney pays tribute to the first modern fashion designer: Charles Frederick Worth. One of the dolls is Worth's wife (and first model), Marie Vernet, which was a lovely gesture. The dolls are accompanied by a variety of supporting garments (mainly bustles), which were needed to achieve the changing silhouettes of the late nineteenth century. The selection of costumes is good but a little haphazard.

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Select Format: Paperback. Wardrobes include elegant ball gowns, exquisitely tailored "at home" and "visiting" outfits, and lovely dresses displaying the bustle.

Tom Tierney is probably the largest influence on contemporary paper dolls, Jenny Taliadoros, the publisher of Paper Studio Press, which issues paper-doll books by Mr. Tierney and other artists, said in an interview on Thursday

Tom Tierney is probably the largest influence on contemporary paper dolls, Jenny Taliadoros, the publisher of Paper Studio Press, which issues paper-doll books by Mr. Tierney and other artists, said in an interview on Thursday. During the lull in paper-doll production in the 1970s and ’80s, he was the one that brought paper dolls back.

Extravagant evening gowns with crinoline underskirts. Cocktail dresses with nipped waists. Pillbox hats, elbow-length gloves, and more.

One of the leading authorities on fashion history, Tom Tierney created over 150 paper doll books for Dover Publications. With subjects ranging from . His releases are prized by fashion professionals, collectors, and paper doll lovers all over the world.

Magnificent collection of 3 dolls — including Worth's favorite model, his wife Marie Vernet — and 18 gorgeous costumes by one of the Victorian era's premier couturiers and fashion innovators. Wardrobes include elegant ball gowns, exquisitely tailored "at home" and "visiting" outfits, and lovely dresses displaying the bustle.
Mr.Savik
A nice selection of Worth's designs
Nejind
It is what it says a paper doll book. If you're into fashions of the 1800's then this is a good book for you.
Modigas
Im not sure what I was expecting from this book....I am very glad I got it..its not awe inspiring as some of the others are..but its still goood quality...B.W.
NI_Rak
Charles Frederick Worth, an Englishman whose Paris salon flourished for some 40 years and was carried on by his descendants for nearly 60 thereafter, was perhaps the first internationally known designer of women's clothing, and as such he prefigured everyone from Coco Chanel to the latest Japanese emergent. It was natural, therefore, that Tom Tierney, widely noted for his historic-costume paper dolls, should have decided to devote a collection to his work. The book includes two models (one of them Worth's French wife, Marie) and 17 costumes whose dates range from 1845-1900, beginning with the bell-shaped silhouette of antebellum days and going on through crinolines and bustles to the "wasp-waisted" hourglass figure he pioneered in the '90's. Although only the wealthiest women could afford actual Worth gowns, they were doubtless featured in the fashion "books" like Godey's and Harper's and adapted to lesser purses and more practical tastes, and thus anyone interested in historic costume will find this product useful in learning what the well-dressed Victorian lady wore.
Honeirsil
Tom Tierney pays tribute to the first modern fashion designer: Charles Frederick Worth. The illustrations are colorful and detailed, and the portrayal of Worth himself is excellent.

One of the dolls is Worth's wife (and first model), Marie Vernet, which was a lovely gesture. The dolls are accompanied by a variety of supporting garments (mainly bustles), which were needed to achieve the changing silhouettes of the late nineteenth century.

The selection of costumes is good but a little haphazard. I would have preferred the inclusion of one design for every year or two so as to ensure a smoother chronological flow.

Also, not enough credit is given in the text to Worth's succesor, his son Jean-Philippe who started designing for the house in 1874. Well before Charles Frederick died in 1895, it was Jean-Philippe who designed the bulk of the collections.
Jode
I like these paper dolls a lot. The colors are rich and the outfits fit the dolls (unlike some of Tierney's newer paper doll books). I would recommend these to any paper doll collector!
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