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 Print Designs From the 18th Century?

Answer During the 18th century, printed fabrics from India were wildly popular in Europe. Cotton took first place as the printed fabric of choice, although linens, wool and silk could also be printed and ... Read More »
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18th Century Day Dresses?

As the political landscape of the 18th century changed, so did the day fashions of affluent women in England and Western Europe. The lavishly trimmed gowns with cinched waists and voluminous skirts... Read More »
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Corsets in the 18th Century?

Corsets, a stiff clothing item used to compress a woman's body into a fashionable shape, were popular in the eighteenth century. However, at that time the term "corset" had not been coined. Instead... Read More »
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18th Century Weapons?

Gibbon wrote in "The Decline and Fall of The Roman Empire" that "any age, however destitute of science or virtue, sufficiently abounds in acts of blood." The 18th century was certainly no exception... Read More »
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How to Do 18th Century Makeup?

During the 18th century, monarchs like the French queen Marie Antoinette led the fashion trends. Powdered wigs and faces were the mark of aristocracy for men and women. Recreating the historical lo... Read More »
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