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Crafting Spanish Female Identity: Silk Lace Mantillas at the Crossroads of Tradition and Fashion
Tara ZanardiPublished 2013Engineering
By 1800, the lace mantilla epitomized a woman’s identity as Spanish via its link to traditional dress worn by the popular urban woman—the maja . Lace mantillas were crafted by women since lace… Expand
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