From The Back Cover This Hilarious Romp Through The History Of That Twentieth Century Phenomenon, The Brassier, Centres Round The Person Of Otto Titzling, Son Of A German Immigrant To The United States, Who Forsakes His Father S Bridge Building Business To Go Into Support Engineering Of A Personal KindBuilt Into The Story Of Otto S Triumphs And Vicissitudes Is An Account Of The History Of Corsetry In General, Explaining How The High Rigid Corset Of Earlier Centuries Made A Separate Bra Unnecessary So That It Was Not Until The Advent Of Flexible, Elasticised Material That The Need Arose For A Separate, Upper Storey Garment And Titzling Soon Saw This Garment Could Do Than Just SupportWhat God Has Forgotten We Stuff With Cottonran The Slogan For An Early Titzling FalsieThe Many Illustrations, Both Serious And Fanciful, Range From An Engineering Drawing Of The Stress Factors Involved In Bra Design To A Patent For Trapeze Artistes Whose Habit Of Hanging Upside Down Isn T Catered For By Conventional Bra Designs
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- 106 pages
- Bust-up: The uplifting tale of Otto Titzling and the development of the bra
- Wallace Reyburn
- 26 August 2018 Wallace Reyburn