Garçonnets et fillettes, tous en tablier!

Translated title of the contribution: Aprons for boys, aprons for girls

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Abstract

If baptism’s outfits and beautiful Sunday clothes are the most studied garments in the poor communications on children’s fashion, it’s probably in everyday clothes that we can find new entrances to the understanding of children’s life. Studied on technical, creative and sociological points of view, aprons as functional garments, reveals the everyday life of children.
Translated title of the contributionAprons for boys, aprons for girls
Original languageFrench
Title of host publicationTabliers Au Masculin, Tabliers Au Féminin
EditorsFrançoise Cousin, Nicole Pellegrin
Place of PublicationPoitiers
PublisherMusée Archéologique de Chauvigny
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventTabliers au masculin, tabliers au féminin - Musée des Traditions Populaires et d’Archéologie, Chauvigny, France
Duration: 1 Jul 200931 Dec 2009

Exhibition

ExhibitionTabliers au masculin, tabliers au féminin
CountryFrance
CityChauvigny
Period1/07/0931/12/09

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    le Guennec, A. (2009). Garçonnets et fillettes, tous en tablier! In F. Cousin, & N. Pellegrin (Eds.), Tabliers Au Masculin, Tabliers Au Féminin Musée Archéologique de Chauvigny.