Minimalissimo is a magazine about minimalism in design. We aim to deliver a diverse understanding of minimalism in many areas, including art, architecture, fashion, graphic, package, and industrial design.
1830's-1830's Men's tailcoat. Notice the under-vest, clearly visible underneath the waistcoat - you can tell that only a small section of the vest is constructed from a fashion fabric, the rest is muslin.
Market Court in Kensington High Street, London. Women came to play a big part in pioneering housing re-development, for example philanthropist Octavia Hill, initiated housing reform schemes as early as
Stays and busk Place of origin: England, Great Britain (probably, made) Date: 1660-1670 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Pink watered silk (English or Italian), backed with linen, stitched with pink silk thread and reinforced with whalebone