The Imperial Book of Fashion is the permanent record of physical measurements of all Imperial Brides (and presumably, all members of the Imperial Kassopei) over millennia. Written by hand in Atlantean script on scrolls of fine, yet ancient parchment, the Book is kept in a large antique box of gold, decorated with black stone inlay, and cared for by a pair of attending scribes. The first scribe is tasked with taking measurements with a traditional Atlantean measuring tape, while the second records the measurements in the Book.

The Imperial Book of Fashion appears to be among the most important and enduring traditions involved with Atlantean royalty, and its origins may perhaps be traced back to the days before the Great Migration from Earth over twelve millennia ago.

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