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Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague
Volume One of the Czech Fashion edition

In the late 18th century under the influence of the Enlightenment, women divested themselves of corsets and crinolines and, shielded by the enthusiastic reception of Classical culture, opted for comfortable, almost reformist clothing. The Biedermeier of the middle classes brought women in Central Europe from their venture into the Classical world back to the family hearths and traditional forms of dress that enhanced the concepts of female charm and maternal feelings. The natural evolution of fashion from the Biedermeier to the Rococo Revival style was interrupted by the revolutionary events of 1848, in which Czech women demonstrated considerable patriotism in wearing distinctive national costumes. However, with the onset of the second half of the 19th century, they were rapidly ushered into a new era that re-introduced the tight bodice, a wealth of frilly lace and luxurious fabrics nostalgically reminiscent of the playful Rococo style.
The text is accompanied by photographs of garments and clothing accessories from UPM’s collections, drawings of women’s attire from a unique sketchbook, illustrations from Prague fashion magazines (including one of the first European fashion journals published in Prague in 1787–1788), as well as daguerreotypes, photographs and pattern supplements. Articles by prominent specialists and the rich documentary material represent yet another piece in the mosaic of Czech fashion production as shown in the international context.

The publication was issued by the OLYMPIA publishing house in cooperation with the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague.

texts: Eva Uchalová (main author), Miriam Moravcová, Filip Wittlich
editions: English, Czech
graphic design: Clara Istlerová
pages: 120
pictures: 218
binding: hardback, 30.3 x 22 cm
ISBN: 27—060-99
price: 650,- CZK (English), 630,- CZK (Czech)

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