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overDress, Evening Callot Soeurs (French, active Date: ca. 1924 Dress (attributed) Callot Soeurs (French, active Date: 1926 Culture: French Medium: silk. 1920 Style, Style Année 20, Flapper Style, 20s Fashion, Art Deco Fashion, Fashion History, Look Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Fashion Design

Callot Soeurs | Evening dress | French | The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "The Four Seasons," April 8, 1997–August 17, 1997.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Extreme Beauty: The Body Transformed," December 4, 2001–March 17, 2002.

Hat Madame Suzy (French) Date: ca. 1940 Culture: French Medium: wool Dimensions: 2 x 8 in. x cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Nini Turcotte, 1949 Suzy, 1940s Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Fashion Goth, Victorian Fashion, Fashion Shoes, Girl Fashion, Caroline Reboux, Vintage Accessories

Madame Suzy | Hat | French | The Met

While not all were as tiny as the "doll hats" in fashion at the time, hats of the late 1930s and early 40s generally had a more modest profile than those of previous decade. In this example, the facility of the designer shows in the folding and pleating of the cherry-red felt, rather than in the use of more ostentatious trimming

Gorgeous Edwardian dresses, hats and parasols, Belle epoque fashion. Edwardian Era Fashion, 1900s Fashion, Edwardian Dress, Vintage Fashion, Edwardian Style, Women's Fashion, Fashion Quotes, Vintage Beauty, Victorian Era

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(1906) I want to go somewhere I can wear gloves a hat and use a parasol

**War crinoline- August, 1916 L'Art et la Mode Sailor Outfits, Sailor Dress, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Edwardian Clothing, Style Édouardien, Fashion Illustration Vintage

La Crinoline de guerre dans L'Art et la Mode 1916

L'art et la mode est la revue parfaite pour présenter la crinoline de guerre. Pour commencer le journal est resté actif pendant les années de la première guerre mondiale, quand d'autres revues avaient cessé de paraître. Toute l'année 1916 est dominée par une mode étonnante et tout à fait inattendue ! la crinoline de guerre. Cette "crinoline" est apparue au courant de l'année 1915 et elle a disparu progressivement à partir des dernières mois 1916. Il s'agissait de jupes, robes, manteaux…

Isis Wardrobe: How to make a robe de cour in six weeks and hopefully not go crazy, part 2 Corset Costumes, Period Costumes, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Women's Clothing, Larp, 18th Century Fashion, 17th Century, Sewing Tutorials

How to make a robe de cour in six weeks and hopefully not go crazy, part 2

Construction: I will base my robe de cour on the ones extant in Stockholm, but though they are similar in construction, they are not identical. All the bodices are in effect fully boned stays, covered with silver brocade so the boning channels aren't visible, laced in the back. The lacing holes are not visible; the outer layer extends over them. They have short sleeves of the same fabric as the rest of the gown and on them sleeves, or cuffs, in starched and pleated silk gauze are (or have…

Sofia Magdalena’s wedding gown, robe de cour, worn at the wedding at the Palace Church November Vintage Outfits, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Mode, Vintage Bridal, Vintage Fashion, 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Costume, 18th Century Fashion, 17th Century

How to make a robe de cour in six weeks and hopefully not go crazy, part 2

Construction: I will base my robe de cour on the ones extant in Stockholm, but though they are similar in construction, they are not identical. All the bodices are in effect fully boned stays, covered with silver brocade so the boning channels aren't visible, laced in the back. The lacing holes are not visible; the outer layer extends over them. They have short sleeves of the same fabric as the rest of the gown and on them sleeves, or cuffs, in starched and pleated silk gauze are (or have…

Sofia Magdalena’s wedding gown, robe de cour, worn at the wedding at the Palace Church November 1766 and Wedding robe of King Gustave III of Sweden The beginning of a sad marriage, one whose consummation lay still 9 years in the future. 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Second Wedding Dresses, Wedding Gowns, Wedding Suits

How to make a robe de cour in six weeks and hopefully not go crazy, part 2

Construction: I will base my robe de cour on the ones extant in Stockholm, but though they are similar in construction, they are not identical. All the bodices are in effect fully boned stays, covered with silver brocade so the boning channels aren't visible, laced in the back. The lacing holes are not visible; the outer layer extends over them. They have short sleeves of the same fabric as the rest of the gown and on them sleeves, or cuffs, in starched and pleated silk gauze are (or have…