New from The Tudor Tailor: The Queen's Servants

The Tudor Tailor, publishers and authors of books on re-constructing sixteenth century dress, have announced the publication of their latest book: The Queen's Servants: Gentlewomen's dress at the accession of Henry VIII by Caroline Johnson.

From the description:

The book focuses on the ladies of gentle birth who attended the queens and their children as well as offering a glimpse into the wardrobes of the royal family such as those of Katherine of Aragon and the sisters of Henry VIII, Margaret and Mary, who became the Queen of Scots and the Queen of France during this period. With beautiful illustrations by Michael Perry, high quality photographs and detailed patterns by Ninya Mikhaila.