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  • http://krex.k-state.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/2097/7083/JuliaLangel2011.pdf?sequence=3
    Independent pattern designers such as Louise Cutting , The Sewing Workshop and Amy Butler sell patterns through smaller fabric stores and websites.
  • Louise Boulanger and Inter-war French Couture: Revelations from Object Analysis
    Louise herself was a great advocate of the judicious use of colour,17 and some of the most prestigious French manufacturers used her designs to sell their new fabrics .18 Evening dresses (in taffeta and moire´, tulle and cire´) featured more prominently … … also elegant, they depicted Louise Boulanger as romantic and flamboyant, keen on layers of bias cut panels.
  • CSR and diversity management
    ' While the others laughed, kneaded Louise the body of its father out of bread secretly and cut it subsequently all the members with the knife. " 6 This first act of sculptural dispute continues in the work "Destruction of the of … … of the installation and on the bottom in front of it further on anatomical bodies displacing structure .
  • The Main Centres of National Fashion in Eastern Europe from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Centuries
    The sashes were made from patterned fabrics , knitted, embroidered or printed, home-made, and resembled the Eastern … Men used warm gloves and boots with the same cut as before, and till the mid-eighteenth … … women owing to the role played by court influence, especially of long-reigning Louise Mary, wife of …
  • The Wild Being of Louise Bourgeois: Merleau-Ponty in the Flesh
    … to the kind of logic that Merleau-Ponty wishes flesh to undermine, and source its preceding fabric ? … process of making art, her choice of materials and method of moulding or cutting , assembling or manipulating … As Robert Storr says: ‘the logic of Louise ’s approach is almost Cartesian in the “either/or” juxtaposition …
  • John Redfern and Sons, 1847 to 1892
    … the company introduced more luxurious lines of dress, silks and velvets became a focus of their fabrics . … of Redfern’s garments, as The Queen noted about a tailor-made for Princess Louise of Battenberg: ‘The … ’60 Cut steel, leather, pearl and carved bone, ebony and ivory were among the materials used for …
  • Over the Lipodermoide of the Conjunctiva
    Rieke emphasizes the importance to decompose such tumors into series cuts and a precise investigation to subject, as otherwise a] lzu easily the presence iibersehen of cutis structures become kSnne. Louise M.; shows 9 years old in the 5,usseren~ of bottom Quadrantert of the left eye …
  • Marketing Fabrics and Femininity in Interwar France
    … magazine as a ‘machine’ articulating the meaning of fashion, including the gender implications of fashion and fabrics . … history as invariably curvilinear for women and rectilinear for men.1 As Mary Louise Roberts has demonstrated … … columnists in women’s magazines did not draw as disturbing conclusions about the straight cut of chemise dresses …
  • http://prijipati.library.usyd.edu.au/bitstream/2123/2763/1/MPurcell2008thesis.pdf
    A few times I’ve even cut the painting in half and have gone in very different directions … Like Louise Bourgeois, Cutler’s interest in fabrics , costume and traditionally ‘feminine’ crafts, reference a temporal field that goes beyond the present.
  • The beginning of modern Jewish historiography: Prague – A center on the periphery
    … a thirst for knowledge and the “sacred love for their nation,” firmly cuts against the grain … LOUISE HECHT … to incorporate the discrete episodes of Jewish history into some kind of unified fabric consisted of an …


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