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ACADEMIC DRESS HISTORY

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07 May 2014

Academic dress is the formal attire worn by students and officials at a commencement or graduation ceremony. The most common styles. Continue reading

ADINKRA

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01 Aug 2012

Adinkra cloth is the traditional funerary dress of the Asante peoples of Ghana as well as many of their neighbors. Funerals are among. Continue reading

ADIRE

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26 Sep 2011

Adire is a resist-dyed cloth produced and worn by the Yoruba people of southwestern Nigeria in West Africa. The Yoruba label adire,. Continue reading

AESTHETIC DRESS

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26 Sep 2011

In 1851, London celebrated the Great Exhibition, showcasing the latest innovations in manufacture and design. Its warm reception by. Continue reading

AFRICAN AMERICAN DRESS

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26 Sep 2011

African American dress intertwines with the history of Africans, who arrived in the Virginia colony in 1619. Within that century,. Continue reading

AFRO HAIRSTYLE

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02 Feb 2010

At the end of the 1950s, a small number of young black female dancers and jazz singers broke with prevailing black community norms. Continue reading

AFROCENTRIC FASHION

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02 Feb 2010

The way that black people use apparel in personal representations of self may differ and be dependent upon location and perspective.. Continue reading

AGBADA

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02 Feb 2010

Agbada is a four-piece male attire found among the Yoruba of southwestern Nigeria and the Republic of Benin, West Africa. It consists. Continue reading

ALBINI WALTER

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25 Jan 2010

Walter Albini (1941–1983) was born Gualtiero Angleo Albini in Busto Arsizio, Lombardy, in northern Italy. In 1957 he interrupted. Continue reading

AMERICA, CENTRAL, AND MEXICO: HISTORY OF…

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15 Jan 2010

Cultural artifacts such as clothing and cloth also serve as signs that communicate visually in a silent language. This communication. Continue reading