Subject Information

SUBJECT Costume
TYPE AAT
ALTERNATE applied arts
REFERENCE ID 300209261
NOTES The Costume hierarchy contains descriptors for objects worn or carried for warmth, protection, embellishment, or for symbolic purposes. It includes descriptors for garments considered as the main item of dress (e.g.g., "shirts", "trousers"), descriptors for garments worn under the main garments (e.g., "undershirts"), and descriptors for garments worn over the main garments (e.g., "parkas"). Also included are descriptors for protective wear, including types of armor; vestments and other ceremonial garments; uniforms; and an extensive listing of accessories, including those worn on the body (e.g.g., "headgear", "footwear") and those carried on the person (e.g.g., "evening bags", "parasols"). Relation to Other Hierarchies: The descriptors "pocket watches" and "wrist watches", along with other timepieces, appear in the Measuring Devices hierarchy.
HIERARCHY Objects Facet>Furnishings and Equipment>Costume
CHILDREN costume (mode of fashion)

Search works with thisInfobox:
Search for works of art which specifically
contain the subject "Costume"
subject or works within the subject tree Infobox:

Search for works of art which contain a subject
equal to "Costume" or that is a sub-subject of "Costume"

For Example:
Searching the subject tree for "Costume" would return results containing subjects like:

costume (mode of fashion) (with subject tree: Objects Facet>Furnishings and Equipment>Costume>costume)

crowns (headdresses) (with subject tree: Objects Facet>Furnishings and Equipment>Costume>costume>headgear>headdresses>crowns (headdresses))

headdresses (with subject tree: Objects Facet>Furnishings and Equipment>Costume>costume>headgear>headdresses)

etc.