Re: fashion history/costuming books
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I concur with "The Medieval Tailor's Assistant" and add that many of the extant pieces she references are further discussed in the Museum of London's "Textiles and Clothing", which is also a wonderful resource.
I also can't live without "Fashion in the Age of the Black Prince" by Stella Newton.