Read costume reports about Greece, Japan, Norway and South Korea. Select
“When Where” to see children’s traditional costumes
of Austria, China, England, Ethiopia, Japan, Mongolia, Sweden, Tanzania,
Turkey and Vietnam. Provided by Kid Space, a nonprofit Internet learning
Gallery's Research Library
The Costume Gallery’s research library contains numerous links
to virtually every aspect of fashion and costume history and is affiliated
with The History Channel.
This personally-owned site has a comprehensive array of clothing
examples and information, including ethnic garb and theatrical clothing,
from ancient times to the present.
The Costumer's Manifesto
Produced by an associate professor and costume designer at
the University of Alaska, this extensive site has a wide variety of
information on costume history, accessories, ethnic clothing and more.
Fashion & Costume Reference Collection |
Fashion & costume-themed reference books from the Gale Virtual Reference Library
History of Shoes
Have you ever wondered who wore the first pair of shoes and how they were invented?
JP NET Kimono Hypertext
From the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, this site provides a
lengthy history of the kimono and provides examples of kimonos worn
by men, women and children.
Native Tech: Native
American Technology and Art: Leather and Clothes
Read about Native American clothing styles and view drawings and photos
of moccasins, mittens, leather pouches and more.
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