Your Free One-stop Site for Costume Information & Images. Antique and Vintage Clothing - Welcome. Fashion from old people. Valentino Fall 2014 Menswear Inaugural dress of Fay Webb Gardner, 1928-29 Fuchsia Dress c. 1923-1925 Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arketketur, og Design (via omgthatdress) Hi, this is Emily, and I know this isn’t a dress, but I thought I would put up a link to this project all the same for folks that might be interested… I’m part of the new line-up of art books for Benign Kingdom’s Spring 2013 collection!
In addition to a lot of pictures of monsters and babes — such as those in the cover image above — my book also includes a number of my images from this here blog. Thanks! I’ve been watching the excellent BBC show The Hour and if you like vintage fashions, man, point your eyeballs at that one. OMG that dress! Ye Olde Fashion. Thestarsonthehorizon asked: I've recently been flipping through your blog and I stumbled upon a post from February 2011 where you posted newspaper clippings from The Times, London, January 19, 1792.
I was wondering where you found them. I'm a costume designer and tat resource seems invaluable. Sorry it took me so long to respond, I’ve been neglecting this blog horribly this summer as I’m sure people have noticed. The London Times are available to the public through ancestry.com and newspaperarchive.com, both of which are unfortunately pay sites. My actual professional background is in historical research, so I tend to accumulate sources and articles while doing other work. If you’re interested you can Ask Box me with your email address and I’d be more than happy to give you some specifics as to good research sources :)
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Perfect way to spend a #rain filled #Saturday. Finding my #creativity again. Court Dress | c. 1860-65 The combination of court dress and the 1860s crinoline makes for a most splendid garment. Dress worn to court was the most elaborate and expensive ensemble in a lady’s wardrobe. Fripperiesandfobs: Wedding dress designed by Helen Rose for Grace Kelly, worn at her wedding to Prince Rainier of Monaco, April 19, 1956From the Philadelphia Museum of Art ephemeral-elegance: Silk Crepe Gown, ca. 1902L’Esperance Robesvia Vintage Textile (via xhistorical-fashionx) Ball Gown | c. 1865 Bare shoulders were typical of 1860s evening gowns, as in this sumptuously adorned example.
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