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Amazing take on a very interesting historical figure. What you wear is who you are!Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Interest take on Marie Antoinette's life in France and on the politics of dress, it'd be better with more images.Published 3 months ago by JB
; problem is my new kindle; I don't know how to navigate the white paperwrite kindlePublished 3 months ago by Mary L. Carsky
Amazing narrative. Gives a unique view of Marie Antoinette and the tragedy of her lief as viewed from a "fashion" perspective.Published 5 months ago by Michele
A stunning book. Rich in detail. Caroline Weber has a talent for drawing you in. Any history fan would love this addition to their collection!Published 6 months ago by Papa Midnight
As one fashion historian said of this book: "it is a work of fiction." The author incorrectly interprets several aspects of mid 18th century fashion to conclude that Marie... Read morePublished 10 months ago by katie
This is a unique biography of Marie Antoinette. Her clothes were an effort ,and reaction against the formality of the French Court. Read morePublished 11 months ago by libbye
An excellent account of Marie Antoinette's sartorial passages -- very good historical writing about the doomed Queen of France who began as a very young Austrian princess. Read morePublished 11 months ago by M. Cott