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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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Rosie the Riveter Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney

Rosie the Riveter Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney

Tom Tierney turns back the clock to World War II when women took over the nation's workforce and made history. This book of vintage fashions honors Rosie and her female co-workers with three paper dolls and 26 authentic outfits of the 1940s including work clothes, casual dresses, smart suits, evening gowns and a war-time wedding dress. Included is a story about Rosie the Riveter plus fashion notes. A wonderful...
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Stopover Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney

Stopover Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney

Come fly with Tom Tierney's "Stopover" Paper Dolls! The latest paper doll book from famed artist Tom Tierney turns back the calendar to a time when jet set travel was shrinking the globe and careers in the air were the epitome of glamour. A trio of paper doll friends get their wings (and smart uniforms) as stewardesses and a pilot. Then they take off for 8 pages of whirlwind travels with stopovers in New York,...
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Stripes! Paper Dolls

Stripes! Paper Dolls

Bold stripes, Rainbow stripes, Antique stripes, Nautical stripes, Mixed Stripes, Retro stripes, Classic stripes, Vintage Stripes! Who knew stripes could be so much fun? David Wolfe did, and he designed 32 fabulous fashion items to dress on two pretty models. David teamed up with digital artist Julie Allen Matthews for this fresh, fun paper doll world of stripes! Includes fashion essay by Prof. Amanda Hallay, fashion...
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The Changing Shape of Fashion

The Changing Shape of Fashion

From farthingales to empire waistlines to hoopskirts to bustles to hobble skirts to streamlined shifts, the fashion silhouette is ever changing. Waistlines wander. Sleeves explode. Bosoms rise and fall. This new paper doll book by antique fashion expert and talented artist, Brenda Sneathen Mattox, explores the shape shifting phenomenon. This fascinating focus on fashion history is illuminating as well as being a...
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Theda Bara Paper Dolls

Theda Bara Paper Dolls

Theda Bara was the vamp of the silent movies and such a popular star that she became an early celebrity fashion icon. Her dark and dramatic cinematic image was admired and widely copied by fans. This paper doll tribute features two dolls and 15 authentic vintage fashions that include costumes from Cleopatra, her most famous role. Beautifully illustrated by Brenda Sneathen Mattox, with fashion notes and essay by...
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Tom Tierney's History of Swimwear Paper Dolls

Tom Tierney's History of Swimwear Paper Dolls

The History of Swimwear Paper Dolls make a Big Splash! The late Tom Tierney’s prolific body of work and phenomenal success made him “The King of Paper Dolls.” Before his passing, the talented artist created works yet to be published by Paper Studio Press. “The History of Swimwear” was one piece of that legacy. It is a paper doll book in the polished style of Tom, based on careful research and a keen...
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Underfashion Paper Dolls

Underfashion Paper Dolls

Brenda Sneathen Mattox, the well-known artist and fashion historian, goes undercover for this unique paper doll book that exposes the under garments that shaped and reshaped women as the 20th century unfolded. Beginning with the hoopskirt of the 1860s, through crinolettes, bustles and corsets… on to the bullet bra and right up to modern lingerie. This fascinating and often amusing new book offers a peek under the...
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Victorian Sports Paper Dolls

Victorian Sports Paper Dolls

When we think of ladies of the Victorian era, our first thought doesn't go to sports. Yet women of the 19th century found many ways to be active despite the restrictive clothing of the day. Full skirts were typically worn for riding, skating, croquet, golf, tennis, hiking, fencing and archery. Bloomers aided in activities such as cycling, gymnastics and swimming. Toward the end of the 20th century, women...
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