RK Umarlai Khalsa Magazine

RK Umarlai Khalsa
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RK Umarlai Khalsa Magazine 2019

By Ramesh Kumar P


01 January 2019, Chennai: A book titled, ‘RK Umarlai Khalsa Magazine 2019, authored by Ramesh Kumar P, Author in the Marketing area at RK Umarlai Khalsa.


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In this magazine, author has provided the achievement of their success and the growth of book sale.


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Introduction of RK Umarlai Khalsa (Publisher)

Happening of events and achievement

Development in next generation

Growth in publishing

Reach more reader with digital world

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About the author

Ramesh Kumar P, who is also RK Umarlai Khalsa Owner, has a mix of writing and publishing experience of over 5 years. His areas of interest are exploring the application of science concepts to the Indian context. His specific research interests include deep understanding and simple presentation. He has published books article and magazine in reputed journals (national), business magazines and newspapers. His international publications include Sciencewood, Indian Agricultural: Growth, Generation, Policy & Problem and RK Umarlai Khalsa, which are known both for their academic rigor and Business utility.


He completed his academic at Chennai in University of Madras, Bachelor of Commerce, and accounting programmed. He had developed online e-commerce portal for RK Umarlai Khalsa to reach reader in worldwide.

He is the Best Seller of e-Book on Google Book Publisher.

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Publisher
RK Umarlai Khalsa
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Published on
Jan 1, 2019
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Pages
10
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ISBN
9781792996184
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English
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Genres
Antiques & Collectibles / Magazines & Newspapers
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After the Civil War the upper middle class in America expanded and became increasingly style-conscious. Visiting European royalty as well as American women returning from the International Exhibition in Paris in 1867 stimulated fashion awareness—and it was in this climate that the magazine Harper's Bazar flowered. Dedicated to being "A repository of Fashion, Pleasure, and Instruction," it brought to American women inside glimpses of the very latest European and American fashions, all in carefully detailed engravings. It was much the finest source for high fashion for this period.
This book consists of the finest illustrations from Harper's Bazar between the years 1867 and 1898, the period of its peak importance. These illustrations not only show you what apparel appealed to our Victorian ancestors, but give you an idea of the evolutionary nature of fashion as well. You will see bustles come and go, natural forms become the vogue only to be superseded by the constricting hourglass figure. Each look is illustrated with a number of different garments. There are gowns for the morning hours, dinner dresses, sporting costumes, traveling clothes and apparel for special occasions: weddings, communions, funerals, etc. Since no costume was complete without accessories, a full line of hats, fans, parasols, muffs, gloves, handkerchiefs, jewelry, shoes and hair styles is shown as well. A selection of children's attire is also included. An introduction by Stella Blum covers the history of Harper's Bazar and examines the various phases fashion went through between 1867 and 1898
For thousands of women across America, hard hit when the frivolity of the twenties ended so resoundingly with the Crash of '29, the pages of the Sears catalog became an essential resource in maintaining a wardrobe. An ambitious marketing operation, it could not afford to take chances on haute couture; its fashions were geared as closely as possible to the prevailing tastes of the American people.
For this historically accurate sampling of authentic 1930s fashion, Stella Blum, former Curator of the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, selected for reproduction 133 representative pages from rare Sears catalogs of the period (fall and spring catalog for each year from 1930 to 1939). Hundreds of illustrations record what men, women, and children were actually wearing in the 1930s when, as a copyline from the Fall 1930 catalog proclaimed: "Thrift is the spirit of the day. Reckless spending is a thing of the past."
You'll see here how simpler women's fashion designs — of more traditional, affordable material — recaptured the feminine form with a more natural waistline and lower hemlines than seen in the twenties. For evening wear, longer dresses replaced flamboyant beaded short gowns while cloche hats, another twenties trademark, were replaced by berets, pillboxes, and turbans. The seriousness of the accessories and dresses endorsed by such Hollywood legends as Loretta Young, Claudette Colbert, and Fay Wray.
For historians of costume, nostalgia buffs and casual browsers, these pages afford a rare picture of how the average American really dressed during the thirties. It is an essential resource for study of the clothing of an important era which designers cannot afford to be without.

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