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Bulgarian Fashion between the Russian-Turkish Liberation War and World War I

Savova, Christina (2011) Bulgarian Fashion between the Russian-Turkish Liberation War and World War I. In: Korean-Russia International Conference "Grand Fashion" : Moscow State University of Design and Technology, Moscow, Russia, June 28, 2011 : Proceedings. Korea Fashion & Costume Design Association; Moscow State University of Design and Technology, Moscow, pp. 184-188.

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Abstract

Traditional folk costumes are the most complete source for disclosure and revelation of the ethnic unity and variety of the traditional Bulgarian culture. Until the liberation of Bulgaria from the Ottoman rule the folk costume develops under specific social and material conditions and living standards. While in some areas of the country the garment is the result of the very slow evolution of the costume’s forms and traditions, stemming from the old Slavic or medieval clothing, in other areas the contact with the Turks and the specificity of the century are reflected in the costume.

Item Type:Book Section
Subjects:Arts.Fine and Decorative arts > Fashion design. Clothing and accessories
ID Code:1505
Deposited By: гл.ас.д-р Кристина Савова
Deposited On:05 Nov 2012 10:04
Last Modified:10 May 2017 14:42

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