Fashion in History
Model is wearing a two-piece slate blue dress by Heatherlane in McBratney Irish linen. Photograph by Leombruno-Bodi. Guatemala, May
Balmain is always so gorgeous and intricate. Beaded and sequined embroidered lace dresses by Pierre Balmain, Paris, 1952
Capucine at Cafe de la Paix, Paris, 1952 - photo by Georges Dambier. The gloves! The hat!
Model lounging on bed, wearing Claire McCardell's pink and white striped dress Vogue 1952 Photo Richard Rutledge Lisa Fonssagrives in “Spice Pinks to Summer In” Richard Rutledge, Vogue, April 1952
Paris Fashions - 1928 - The Grand Steeple-Chase de Paris, Auteuil Racecourse - Watsonette by Janny Dangerous
B Paris chic: model patricia in jaques fath by walde huth, paris, 1955
from hot parade
Dorian Leigh, photo by Willy Rizzo, Paris, 1961
Dinner dress Lucile (British, Date: 1918 Culture: British Medium: silk, cotton, metal Dimensions: Length at CB: 48 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Kalman, 1979 Accession Number: b
from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, i.e. The Met Museum
my-ear-trumpet: glimmer-in-the-darkness: oldrags: highvictoriana: historiful: Unknown woman, c.
LACMA England Woman’s Dress (open robe and petticoat), circa Costume/clothing principle attire/entire body, Brocaded silk taffeta; linen-lined bodice, Center back of dress: 62 in. center front of petticoat: 37 in.
Old Photo - Edwardian Lady with Fancy Hat
Old Photo Edwardian Lady Fancy Hat Fashion
"Classic" Never goes out of style!Christian Dior, Harper's Bazaar September 1951 - photo by Karen Radkai.
Candy Tannev in dress by Jacques Fath, photo by Clifford Coffin, Paris, French Vogue, September 1954
Pastel Blue Suit and matching hat - Jean Patou, 1953
June 1943 - Wartime Britain Fashion - (vintage lady, style, dresses, hats, World War II era)