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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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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...
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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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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...
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Love of Lace Paper Dolls

Love of Lace Paper Dolls

Lace, the most romantic material ever created is the inspiration for this exquisite new paper doll book by Brenda Sneathen Mattox, the talented artist and fashion historian. This lovely new book portrays the popularity of delicate lace fashions through the decades. Two old-fashioned paper dolls have been created to become the perfect models to wear the lacy fashions so beautifully rendered in meticulous detail. From...
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Masquerade Party Paper Dolls

Masquerade Party Paper Dolls

This new paper doll book by talented Sandra Vanderpool invites you to see how much fun it would have been to go to a masquerade party during the Art Deco decade of the Roaring Twenties. That was a period when society went wild with post wartime relief and giddy parties awash with bathtub gin were all the rage. The most popular parties then were fancy dress affairs and this paper doll extravaganza celebrates the...
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Navy Girls and Marines Paper Dolls

Navy Girls and Marines Paper Dolls

Eight young women exemplify the girls next door who joined the military during World War II. Each doll is given an average name such as Lt. Janet Willis, WAVE; Anne Fisher, Marine; and Ensign Ruth Davis, SPAR. (Perhaps representing real women?) There are more than 45 outfits including authentic uniforms and charming but practical casual clothes for their busy wartime lives. A beautiful 1943 reproduction paper doll...
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Navy Scouts Paper Doll

Navy Scouts Paper Doll

A superb example of the patriotic paper dolls from the 1940s. The cover art features two couples--Jack and Mary, and Susan and Bob. The inside pages have great background designs to set off the military-influenced fashions as well as gowns, daytime clothes, and, of course, uniforms. Four dolls and eight clothing pages. Book size 9 1/2 x 11 1/2 inches with cardstock covers.
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Polka Dot Paper Dolls by David Wolfe

Polka Dot Paper Dolls by David Wolfe

You'll be seeing spots with this eye-popping fashion history by David Wolfe. Those perennially popular dots are featured in this colorful book that charts the fashion history of polka dots since they first became a rage in the 1830s when the dance craze swept the world. Since then, polka dots have popped up over and over again. This 8 page book spots dozens of dotty styles over the years, including ever popular...
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