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Titanic Style: Dress and Fashion on the Voyage Hardcover – Nov 13 2012


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Grace Evans studied history at the University of York. Passionate about the history of fashion, she began her career at the Museum of London before taking the post of Keeper of Costume at Chertsey Museum, which she has held for over ten years. In addition to curating a series of fashion exhibitions, she regularly lectures and writes about the history of dress. Her book Fashion in Focus — 1600 to 2009: Treasures of the Olive Matthews Collection at Chertsey Museum was published in 2011.  

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A little disappointed Jan. 28 2014
By Park - Published on Amazon.com
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Some interesting stories about the Titanic passengers, such as how a fashionably attired apprentice dressmaker was mistaken for a first class passenger upon rescue and provided a cabin on the Carpathia before being booted out when her steerage status was discovered! But I was too disappointed in the selection of illustrations to give more stars. I was surprised there weren't photos of actual passengers, besides Lucile, to display their attire and that 10 and 20 year old gowns were prominently featured.
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Not a Pictorial Fashion Book Jan. 10 2014
By Barsinister - Published on Amazon.com
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If you are looking for a book filled with photos or illustrations of the fashions of the Titanic era you will not find them in this book. There are a few photos of existing garments but not very many, the information is presented in text rather than visually.
Good Reference June 19 2014
By dlc - Published on Amazon.com
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If you costume, this is a good reference for the 1915 fashions. If you're looking for a Downton Abbey fashion, this would be a good reference. A bit short on detail, but a good starting point.
Needs more fashion sketches / pictures March 18 2014
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I thought the book was ok but I felt it had more text than it did fashion sketches and real life pictures.
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Beautiful Book Jan. 11 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this book for my daughter-in-law who is a costumer. She was delighted with it. I may have to order one for myself as it is such fun taking a peek back into history.

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