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- University of Leeds Textile Archive
- Fashion Museum, Bath which houses iconic attire from the 18th century to modern day.
- Bradford College Textile Archive
- University of Cambridge Museums of Archaeology and Anthropology: world textile/ethnographic collections.
- The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg house three centuries of historic clothing and accessories.
- Central Saint Martins Museum and Study Collection.
- Palais Galliera | Musée de la mode de la Ville de Paris.
- Goldsmiths Textile Collection
- Kulturhistorisk Museum Randers (DK). An online exhibition of clothes of all time.
- Nordiska Museum, Stockholm, Sweden
- Kirklees Image Archive Samplers
- The collections of the Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture (MoDA).
- The Wallace Collection London. French 18th century painting
- The Jewish Museum London
- Norwich Textile. Art and technology of Norwich Textiles
- Winterthur Museum & Archive, Delaware, USA. Museum of American decorative arts
- The Bata Shoe Museum. Collection of Footwear from Ancient to 20th-century.
- The Costume Society of America.
- Museum of London. The objects embody an eclectic breadth around ‘dance’ in three broad areas – ballet, social dance, and dance entertainment, ranging from dolls dressed in 1840s stage costume to 21st century African dance outfits.
- Scottish Textile Heritage Online: access to Scottish museum collections
- Fashion and Textile Design at the University of Brighton.
- The Textile Society – Forum for textile professionals and enthusiasts.
- Costuming.org – Tutorials & Techniques, Masquerades, Discussion forums.
- Westhope Craft College – Offer a variety of craft subjects including Fashion, Textiles.
- AHDS archive : world textiles from Farnham College for Creative Arts
- Fashion Institute of Technology, New York.
- The Kyoto Costume Institute – Authentic samples of western clothing from each era. The collection ranges from the 17th century to the present day.
- University of Alberta – Garment and Textile Collection.
- Museum of Costume and Lace, Brussels.
- London College of Fashion.
- MCNY. Worth/Mainbocher: Demystifying the Haute Couture. 119 stellar garments produced by these two designers garments owned and worn by fashionable New York women and now in the care of the Costume and Textile Collection of the Museum of the City of New York
- Goldsmith Textile Collection & Constance Howard Gallery.
- Custom Corset Designers and Manufacturers – Link List by LISA.
- FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising – The collections span more than 200 years of fashion history.
- Costumes et textiles | Collections | Musée McCord Museum
- The Kent State University Museum Collection
- Mode et Textile – Les Arts Décoratifs France – Collections – Frise chronologique
- The Costume Collection at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History
- Abiti Antichi – Italian Costume Collection 1750 – 1930
- Brighton & Hove Museums – It embraces men’s, women’s and children’s dress and accessories from the 16th century to the present day. Special: The Renegade collection (online preview). On Flickr: Dress for Excess, Fashion at Brighton Museum.
- Bath City Council – Fashion Museum – Examples of all of types of fashions. The earliest pieces in the collection are embroidered shirts and gloves from about 1600.
- Parures et bijoux des musées nationaux de Malmaison et du palais de Compiègne
- The Morgan Library & Museum Online Exhibitions. Illuminating Fashion: Dress in the Art of Medieval France and the Netherlands. The evolution of courtly clothing from around 1330 to 1515.
- Lipperheidesche Kostümbibliothek – EXHIBITIONS STATE MUSEUM BERLIN (The world’s biggest collection on the cultural history of clothing and fashion)
- Stiftung Ohm Hamburg. Stiftung für Mode und bildende Kunst
- Het Geheugen van Nederland – Collections Clothing Design as art.
- American Textile History Museum
- Musée McCord Museum – Important collection of costume in Canada
- The German Historical Museum – The Collection of Civilian Textiles and Costume consists of some 20,000 objects from around 1750 to the present day.
- Powerhouse Museum collection Sidney Australia
- Fashion Museum – Assembly Rooms Bennett Street Bath BA1 2QH
- Calico Museum of Textiles at Ahmedabad. Premier textile museum of India.
- Los Angeles County Museum of Art – Fine collection of selected costumes
- Manchester Art Gallery – Collections of clothing and fashion from the 17th century to the present day.
- The McCord Museum Canada – Important collection of costume in Canada. Women’s and men’s clothing and accessories, designer garments, samplers, quilts and other textiles.
- The University of Leeds International Textiles Archive – Collects, preserves and documents textiles
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Norsk Folkemuseum – Norway
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston – Textiles and Fashion Arts.
- Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History – Costume Collection representing the changing appearance of Americans from the 17th century to the present.
- The State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg – Collection of Russian folk costumes
- The Victoria and Albert Museum – The collection include rare 17th-century gowns, 18th-century ‘mantua’ dresses, 1930s eveningwear, 1960s daywear and post-war couture.
- LSU Textile & Costume Museum – Louisiana State University
- The Fan Collection of Felix Tal at the Royal Antiquarian Society (Dutch)
- Texas Fashion Collection
- Corsetry Museum – antique & contemporary corsetry.
Buy, sell and rent.
- Spitze – Berlin Historical Clothing, textiles & accessories from 1860 – 1960. Herbert Mayr & Axel Noltekuhlmann Suarezstr. 53 14057 Berlin Germany. Telefon & Fax: + 49 – (0)30 3131068 email@example.com
- FAÇON BERLIN – Studio by Jorinde Wilhelmi – Köpenicker Straße 175 – 10997 Berlin Kreuzberg. – phone: + 49 306 953 3237 mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Expressions of Power – Luxury textiles from early medieval northern Europe. Sonja Marzinzik.
- Reconstructing The Ancient Aegean/Egyptian Textile Trade. Elizabeth Barber.
- The Women of Palmyra – Textile Workshops and the Influence of the Silk Trade in Roman Syria. Cynthia Finlayson.
- Textiles and Tradition in the Marketplace. Philis Alvic.
- Textile Society of America Symposium Proceedings
- From Runway to Museum: Creating Successful Exhibitions Showing the Interrelationship between Fashion and Art.
- The Hierarchy of Rococo Women Seen through Fashion Paintings. Sanda Brighidin, Minnesota State University, Mankato.
- 3D Virtual Prototyping in Apparel Design. Hanna Hoch, Iowa State University.
- Blogging in the Fashion Industry: A Descriptive Study of the Use of the Two-Step Flow Communications Theory By Professional and Citizen Bloggers to Become Opinion Leaders. Mia Alexandra Mendola, California Polytechnic State University.
- “The New Costumes of Odd Sizes” Plus-Sized Women’s Fashions, 1920–1929.
- The Trend for Mannish Suits in the 1930s. Sara B. Marcketti, Emily T. Angstman.
- Dressing Indian: Appropriation, Identity, and American Design, 1940-1968.
Alison Rose Bazylinski.
- IP Protection of Fashion Design: To Be or Not To Be, That is the Question. Xinbo Li.
- Manuscripts & Folklife Archives, Western Kentucky University, Faytullayeva, Shamira A. This illustrated project describes the economic benefits of the tailoring skills of a Russian emigrant, Samisiya Faytullayeva.
- Designing and Producing CITRINE: A Reflective Essay on Designing a Fashion Collection and My Personal Fashion Philosophy. Samantha E. Davis.
- The Story of a Collector: Research and Exhibition of One Woman’s Passion for Fashion. Jean L. Parsons, Sara B. Marcketti.
- A Comparison of Linear and Somatotype Pattern Drafting for Standard and Plus Sizes. Laurel Dawn Romeo, Elena E. Karpova.
- The Efficacy of Teaching Creativity: Assessment of Student Creative Thinking Before and After Exercises. Elena E. Karpova, Sara B. Marcketti, Jessica Barker.
- Costume Design: The School of Scandal. Rose Downing.
- University Historic Clothing Museums and Collections: Practices and Strategies. Sara B. Marcketti, Janet E. Fitzpatrick, Carmen N. Keist, Sara J. Kadolph.
- Fashion Campaign: Katy Ann Lyons.
- Student Choice as an Effective Learning Strategy. Sara B. Marcketti.
- A Redesigned Aesthetics Course with a Focus on Building Brand Identity through the 5Ps. Proceedings of the 67th Annual Conference of the International Textile and Apparel Association. Ann Marie Fiore, Janet E. Fitzpatrick, Amrut Sadachar.
- Designing, Producing and Enacting Nationalisms: Contemporary Amerindian Fashion in Canada Cory A. Willmott.
- NetSERF – Medieval Resources by Dr. Andrea R. Harbin
- Society for Creative Anachronism. Researching and re-creating the arts and skills of pre-17th-century Europe.
- ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
- The Internet Medieval Sourcebook – Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies.
- Material Culture and Self-Representation in the Late Middle Ages – Department of Medieval Studies at Central European University, Budapest.
- Viking Resources – Trichinopoly for the Reenactor
- Footwear of the Middle Ages by Marc Carlson
- Stefan’s Florilegium.
- La cotta simple by Tasha Dandelion Kelly. Late medieval fashion redressed.
- Medieval Clothing Pages: Articles and essays for Research, Re-enactors, LARPers, Historians.
- Medieval (and Other Historic) Welsh Topics by Heather Rose Jones
- Information on the Medieval Silkewerk of the 13th – 15th centuries by Cindy Myers
- THE SCRIPTORIUM – A collection of all things medieval
- The Medieval Combat Society
- Instructions for Medieval Cloaks By Rena Rossner
- TurkoTek – A noncommercial site for collectors of oriental rugs and other ethnographic textiles.
- The Textile Museum – Rugs and Textiles. The Museum’s collections dating from 3,000 B.C.E. to the present.
- American Conference on Oriental Rugs
- The International Conference on Oriental Carpets – Dedicated to advancing the understanding of carpet and related textile arts, primarily of the eastern hemisphere.
- Silk Road House – A Cultural and Educational Center. Silk Road House is a non-profit organization to promote and support ethnic cultural traditions.
- Elizabethan Costuming Page – Tudor and Elizabethan fashion
- Manners, Custom and Dress During the Middle Ages and During the Renaissance Period by Paul Lacroix. Project Gutenberg EBook.
- History of Fashion and Dress by Susan Jarrett
- A Year in Fashion: 1800-1859
- Regency Fashion at Jane Austen UK –
- Jane Austen Foundation
- The Realm of Venus. Clothing and accessories of the men and women of late Renaissance Italy.
- The History of the Flapper at Smithonian by Emily Spivack in 5 Parts
- Clothing of the Ancient Celts: A Guide to Celtic Costume
- The Costumer’s Guide to Movie Costumes
- DEO MERCURIO – The practice of the religious traditions of Gaul.
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- Elite Escorted Tours to film locations in England
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