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Brown, P. Clement (Percy Clement), 1886- / Art in dress
(1922)

[Fads in fashion],   pp. 152-156 ff. PDF (1.8 MB)


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cids in Fashion- 
Circular Gapes 
whims of different kind of garments, like the Cir- 
popular in different repeated years. 
is one of the most successful Models in Pads in 
s popular appearance in several alternating Seasons. 
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The true Lines of a Cape are classified in Circular, Semi-Circular, Straight
Hang and Drape. The new ideas come in the creation of Collars, Yokes and
other adornments familiar to free-lancing of Lines. For example, Cascades
and Panels are successfully used. 
    For material in a designing sense either think out adornment that has
a 
pendulum effect, or an idea that is inserted for the Body part, or Bands
placed circular, like binding with hoops for effect. Encircling with Bands
is 
always a Fashionable idea and logically correct. 
                             Modeing 
    Three Piece Back (to be used in Tight Bodices or for forming Circular
Capes). 
    Take the Back of your Regular Working Block. M            down on 
Center Back Line from Normal Waist Line Y of an inch dot. Draw in 
One hundfred fifty-three 


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