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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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Hollywood Style of the 30s, 40s and 50s

Hollywood Style of the 30s, 40s and 50s

Fashion expert, David Wolfe, has created a gorgeous compilation of clothes representing 25 films from Hollywood's Golden Era such as "Now, Voyager," "Grand Hotel," "Silk Stockings," "State Fair," "Sabrina," "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," "Cover Girl," "An Affair to Remember" and more, for three classic fashion figures. David also offers commentary on the fashions, designers, stars and movie studios of these three...
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Hollywood Style of the 60s, 70s, 80s

Hollywood Style of the 60s, 70s, 80s

Fabulous, familiar fashions from 3 decades of favorite films worn by stars such as Audrey Hepburn, Faye Dunaway and Meryl Streep. Featuring 3 beautiful dolls and 25 outfits from 25 fashionable films like Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Love Story, Taxi Driver, The Birds, Annie Hall, Doctor Zhivago and others. Companion to David Wolfe's Hollywood Style of the 30s, 40s and 50s and Hollywood Confections .
$12.00

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Jim Howard's Fashion Illustration Paper Dolls

Jim Howard's Fashion Illustration Paper Dolls

This special paper doll book offers a unique slice of fashion history through the talents of Jim Howard, one of the most famous fashion illustrators in the country. Based on his fashion illustrations for prestigious stores such as New York's Bonwit Teller and Bullocks, Jim Howard has transformed the styles of top designers into paper doll clothes for three glamorous models. Three eras of fashion are represented --...
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Kate Middleton Paper Dolls

Kate Middleton Paper Dolls

Presenting Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge in this beautifully illustrated paper doll book by Norma Lu Meehan. Museum quality artwork elevates this book to a new level of paper doll artistry. Not only is it a must for every paper doll collector, but also for anyone who treasures today’s royal history as it happens. The 8 page book features two Kate dolls as well as Prince William and baby Prince...
$12.00

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Kitchen Kitsch Paper Dolls

Kitchen Kitsch Paper Dolls

It's time for a retro paper doll party! Put on your cat-eye glasses and pick an outfit from one of eight kitschy wardrobes: Rockin' Rockets, Country Chicks, Cool Cats, Polynesian Party, Western Cook-Out, An Apple a Day, Pretty Picnic and Ice Cream Social. We can't have a party without food and drinks, so we're including eight retro fun recipes like Rockin' Rockets Mini Moon Pies, Cool Cats Tuna...
$12.00

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Ladies of the Titanic Paper Dolls

Ladies of the Titanic Paper Dolls

Acclaimed paper doll artist Norma Lu Meehan has teamed up with fashion historian Randy Bryan Bigham to present a truly exceptional paper doll book honoring real women of the Titanic . Representing First Class are dolls and fashions for millionairess and suffrage advocate Margaret “Unsinkable Molly” Brown, film actress and commercial artist’s model Dorothy Gibson, fashion writer and importer Edith Russell, and...
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Little Ladies of Fashion Paper Dolls

Little Ladies of Fashion Paper Dolls

Norma Lu Meehan, the talented paper doll artist whose specialty is historic costume has created a unique book commemorating a collection of antique-like fashion dolls. The dolls were designed and executed by John Burbidge, head bridal designer for Priscilla of Boston. He calls his exquisite little ladies “Les Petites Dames de Mode.” They are housed in the Ventfort Hall Musuem in Lenox, MA. This new double-sized...
$17.50

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Looking Back at Fashion Paper Dolls

Looking Back at Fashion Paper Dolls

A new Paper Studio Press book takes a turnabout look at eight decades of fashion. Historian and artist Brenda Sneathen Mattox has created this new view of paper dolls from the back, focusing on fashion's shifting shape from bustles in the 1880s to the extremes of the 1950s. Included also are hourglass gowns from the 1950s, flapper frocks from the 1920s, slinky barebacks of the 1930s, smart suits of the 1940s and and...
$12.00

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