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Fashion History


Paper Studio Press presents fashion shows ready to cut-out, wardrobes from fashion's past and present. There are paper doll books devoted to historic, antique and vintage styles as well as contemporary creations. These books are designed to delight paper doll collectors and also to provide interactive studies of fashion history.



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'60s Fashion Revolution

'60s Fashion Revolution

Feelin' groovy? Do you miss mini-skirts and swinging hair? Do you think the Kardashians don't hold a candle to Twiggy and the Beatles? Then this new paper doll book by artist Charlotte Whatley is for you. Two dolls and eight pages of trendy gear will turn back the calendar to 1964-1969 when the Youthquake was shaking the world and a fashion revolution was happening. It was a time like no other, a time when fashion...
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Adrian, Hollywood Designer Paper Dolls

Adrian, Hollywood Designer Paper Dolls

The great MGM costume designer, Adrian, dressed Hollywood's most glamorous stars including Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford. Later, he also created haute couture collections for fashionable women everywhere. Now both Adrian's spectacular star fashions and couture creations are presented in this authorized paper doll book, illustrated by David Wolfe.  The 8 page book features 20 of Adrian's designs to cut out and...
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American Fashion Designers Paper Dolls

American Fashion Designers Paper Dolls

A beautiful book celebrating creations by eight great fashion designers who helped to put New York on the same global trend-setting plateau as Paris, Milan and London. Meticulously rendered high fashions in luxurious fabrics and gorgeous colors featured on eight pages of great expressions of All-American style and taste. Designer credits are a Who’s of American genius: Calvin Klein, Bill Blass, Geoffrey Beene,...
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Art Deco Paper Dolls

Art Deco Paper Dolls

Talented artist Norma-Lu Meehan presents a special collection of paper dolls depicting the influence of the Art Deco movement on fashion of the '20s and '30s. Three sophisticated Deco dolls model 25 outfits exemplifying the revolutionary cultural change that gave fashion a streamlined, modern vision. Designers such as Coco Chanel, Paul Poiret, Madeleine Vionnet and Erte were inspired by modern artists to create...
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Art Nouveau Paper Dolls

Art Nouveau Paper Dolls

The Art Nouveau movement during 1890-1910 inspired a then-new design esthetic for everything from architecture and furniture to fine art and jewelry. It was characterized by the undulating, curvilinear lines found in peacock feathers, vines, flowers, windswept clouds and flowing waters. In this beautiful new Art Nouveau paper doll book, artist Norma Lu Meehan expresses the grace that defines the period with 20...
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COUTURE: Alluring Feminine Fashions of the 1930s

COUTURE: Alluring Feminine Fashions of the 1930s

The second paper doll book in a series of Couture fashions by acclaimed artist, Jim Howard, this book turns the spotlight on the 1930s, a decade of great sophistication and streamlined style. Despite the Great Depression, ultra-luxe custom-made haute couture continued to create alluring feminine fashions. The silhouette was sleek, the style, stunning. Bias cut cling and slinky shapes were exquisitely detailed and...
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COUTURE: Sublime Fashions of the 1950s

COUTURE: Sublime Fashions of the 1950s

The Golden Age of Haute Couture fashion peaked in the 1950s and this paper doll book by renowned illustrator Jim Howard captures the glamour and the glory with breathtaking flair. Eight pages of carefully researched and beautifully rendered couture fashions by the decade's most celebrated designers are featured. Included are couture creations by Christian Dior, Jacques Fath, Hubert de Givenchy, Pierre Balmain,...
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COUTURE: The Extravagance of the 1910s Paper Dolls

COUTURE: The Extravagance of the 1910s Paper Dolls

Jim Howard, one of the greatest fashion illustrators of all-time, continues his decade-by-decade tribute to Couture fashion. His newest book for Paper Studio Press addresses the 1910s, a period when women in hobble skirts inched towards comfort, abandoned corsets and donned extravagant creations of silk, satin and velvet, lavishly trimmed with lace and fur. Two pretty paper dolls wear marvelous outfits by top...
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