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LARRY SALK California Dreaming and The Evolution of American Fashion Art 1945-1965

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LARRY SALK California Dreaming and The Evolution of American Fashion Art 1945-1965

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Warehouse find, 2007 By Frederic A. Sharf and Susan Ward. An exhibit catalog that accompanied American Fashion Art, 1945-1965 in Massachusetts. "This looks back from the youthful, casual styles created in what we call the "Sizzling Sixties"--to the new look created by Christian Dior in what we call the "Feminine Fifties"--and ultimately back to the austerity of the war years, marked by a determination to keep fashion alive in spite of wartime restrictions. Falk's art captures the spirit of Southern California in the first few years of the 1960s."

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An exhibit catalog that accompanied American Fashion Art, 1945-1965 in Massachusetts. "This looks back from the youthful, casual styles created in what we call the "Sizzling Sixties"--to the new look created by Christian Dior in what we call the "Feminine Fifties"--and ultimately back to the austerity of the war years, marked by a determination to keep fashion alive in spite of wartime restrictions. Falk's art captures the spirit of Southern California in the first few years of the 1960s."

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Item Code LARSA
Publisher Newburyport Press
Publish Date 2007
ISBN 9781882266180
Print Status Out of Print
Binding Soft Cover
Dimensions 8x11
# Pages 62pg
Color Full Color
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