From dazzling formal attire to everyday leisure and work clothes, these costumes and accessories reflect changes in Chinese-American style over the past 100 years. Outfits for male and female dolls of all ages range from traditional garb — including quilted and silk jackets and cheongsams — to dragon t-shirts and other modern attire. The book's inside covers form the background for a play scene.
|Product dimensions:||8.25(w) x 11.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
A social insurance specialist and a student of plant biogeography, California artist Kwei-lin Lum is the creator of Dover's Day of the Dead paper doll and sticker books.