Costumes of Mexico

by Chloë Sayer

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Drawing upon her extensive travels in Mexico, Chloe Sayer writes in direct and lively style of the development of Mexican textile arts from the pre-Hispanic period to the present day. She examines the social and even magical role played by clothing in many villages, and vividly documents the inventiveness and elegance of Indian dress, both past and present. Her richly illustrated text contains numerous explanatory diagrams showing weaving techniques and embroidery stitches.

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Creator:

Chloë Sayer

Year:

1984

Language:

English

Tagged:

Indigenous, Latin American, Mexico

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