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Daniel Delis Hill has worked as a retail fashion illustrator, creative director of fashion photography, and assistant professor in the Department of Fashion, Virginia Commonwealth University. He currently teaches Fashion History at the University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, TX.
Books by Daniel Delis Hill include: - Advertising to the American Woman 1900-1999 (Ohio State University Press 2002) - As Seen in Vogue: A Century of American Fashion in Advertising (Texas Tech University Press 2004) - History of World Costume and Fashion (Prentice Hall 2010) - American Menswear from the Civil War to the Twenty-First Century (Texas Tech University Press 2011) - History of Men's Underwear and Swimwear (Menswear Books 2011) - Fashion from Victoria to the New Millennium (Prentice Hall 2012) - 200 Years of Fashion Accessories (Kent Statue University Press, pending spring 2015)
For additional information, please visit DanielDelisHill.com.