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Historical Fashion

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Bodice | Unknown | V&A Explore The Collections

Woman's boned bodice, 1660s, ivory satin, trimmed with bobbin lace with parchment & coloured silk

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Claris- A Lady's Progress by temiel on DeviantArt

EDIT: OMG, a DD!! I never expected that! Thank you so much to *NadezhdaVasile for suggesting, and to $Moonbeam13 for featuring!! I wish I could answer e... Claris- A Lady's Progress

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A timeline of women’s fashion from 1784-1970

Part of the appeal of watching period shows like Mad Men and Downton Abbey that happen over the course of many years is observin

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Evolution of women's fashion over the course of two centuries

Picture based reference guides for anything and everything. If it seems like something someone might print, physically post, and reference then it...

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Tudo sobre Crinolina - Horsehair braid (crin, crinoline)

Oie, H-Sama aqui! Estou escrevendo pra acabar com o mistério! Qual o nome de Horsehair braid em português ou como fazer esse e...

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Fashion History Dolls 4

The last group! 1888: House of Balmain. "The inspiration for this dress was a design created by Worth for the Empress Elizabeth of Austria. Empress Elisabeth of Austria (1837-1898) was the wife of Emperor Franz Joseph (1830-1916). She was known for her keen fashion sense as well as strict health and beauty regimen." 1889: Marron. 1890: Georgette Renal. "This dress was inspired by a design by Redfern. British-born designer John Redfern opened his salon in the English seaport town of Cowes. As the house's popularity grew in Britain, it was expanded to the United States, and later Paris in 1891 under the design direction of John Poynter. After years of success Redfern was "By Royal Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen and H.R.H. The Princess of Wales" in 1888. After Redfern's death the house continued under the direction of Poynter, becoming a member of the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture." 1892: Germain Lecomte. "The inspiration for this dress came from a painting by Leon Bonnat (1833-1922)." 1894: Fourrures Max 1896: Bruyere. "Though the exact garment is not known, the inspiration for this dress came from a design by Jacques Doucet (1853-1929)." 1900: Calixte. 1902: Robert Piguet. 1903: Canada Furs 1904: Louis O'Rossen. 1906: Elsa Schiaparelli. So, which one is your favorite? I'm rather in love with 1902, but I do also like 1867, 1788, and 1762.

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