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Research: Traditional Russian Design

Images featuring traditional Russian embroidery and design with an emphasis on kokoshniks and other headwear

Traditionele Russische Kostuum

Traditional Russian Costume

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Patterns for traditional Russian embroidery - used in decorating of clothes, curtains, etc.

нагрудная одежда паневного комплекса

Peasant Arts - Haslemere: Walter Crane's Peasant Blouse

Peasant Arts - Haslemere: Walter Crane's Peasant Blouse

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История красоты - Русский костюм. Сарафанный комплекс.

Русский костюм. Сарафанный комплекс.

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The main component of an early medieval Slavic costume (both Empire and at arm) consisted of a Soroskha (= shirt), both men and women. In the female costume, it was a boden-/ ankle-length underwear made ​​of linen, often with long sleeves. About a dress with the same average over a Soroskha was a Rubakha (often wool). (German Website)

Russian folk headresses as described in a French fashion mag, early 20th century.

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Traditional Russian embroidery design on 19th Century Headdress; from the collection of Natalia de Shabelsky (1841-1905)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Headdress

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kichka from the collection of Natalia de Shabelsky (1841-1905)

Wedding headdress from the collection of Natalia de Shabelsky (1841-1905)

Wedding headdress | Russian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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