torsdag 1 februari 2018

The late 15th Century is the new black

There seems to be a fast growing interest for the late 15th Century, within reenactment and in general among those that enjoy historical fashion. At least that is my experience. Photos from the most awesome 15th Century events does make it more tempting I would guess.

I have had the immense pleasure of working with a group of very talented people during last year, creating handbooks in late 15th Century fashion. One for men, one for women. The men´s book was published late last year and the women´s book came from the printers this week.

Both books are heavy on pictures, both art from the 15th Century and photos of recreations, as well as Amazing illustrations that I have no part in creating (I totally suck at drawing).

Yes, I am very proud over what we together have accomplished. And even though it is all in Swedish the publishers seem intent on having them translated later on.


Both books are available for orders here:

2 kommentarer:

  1. Du(och de andra involverade) har all rätt att känna er stolta, är mycket nöjd med tydligheten och innehållet i båda böckerna. Ser mycket fram emot fortsatta delar för andra perioder, för dessa ska minsann få bli stapelvara hemma hos mig ��

    SvaraRadera
  2. Vad roligt att höra, Sofia! Då har vi lyckats i vår ambition med böckerna.

    SvaraRadera