The True Winter
"The colors of the True Winter tone are those of royal elegance. Sleek and sophisticated, it's hues create an atmosphere of confidence, strength and authority."
~~ Geissorhiza radians ~~
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Lover of Life Heel, #ModCloth
Shoes, Fashion, Style, Modcloth, Vintag Heel, Life Heel, Heels, Lover, Retro Vintage
60s OpArt Fashion
Mod Style, Opart, Paper Dresses, Mod Fashion, Black White, 60S, Seventeen Magazine, Op Art, 1960
The 1960s featured a number of diverse trends. The beginning of the 60's was so closely fashioned to the 50's. This, a decade that broke many fashion musts, mirroring social developments during the time period. Feminists in the 1960s did much more than burned their bras. McCall's Pattern fashions, SpringSummer 1965
McCall’s Pattern Fashions Spring/Summer 1965
Mccall Pattern, Graphic, Groovi, Vintag Fashion, 1960S Fashion, Sixti Fashion, Mode Vintag, 60S Design, Pattern Fashion
Winter Cool/True 19 Piece Color Collection
Piec Color, Winter Colors, Color Collect
Get Naked! Introducing the nude lip gloss pallets from elea blake! Pictured are the nudie lip pallets for the summers. Mix and match the colors in your pallet to find a limitless range of nudie lips in your season. Also available for Winters, Springs and Autumns because elea blake believes that everyone should have the option to get naked and look good if they are so inclined! :)
True Summer, True Autumn, Soft Autumn, Dark Winter, True Spring, Soft Summer, True Winter, Light Summer, Light Spring
Red Fashion, Fashion Shoes, Little Red, Fashion Models, Girl Fashion, Red Shoes, Ruby Slippers, Flat, Girls Shoes
Patterns, Color Blue, Texture, Red Velvet, Marimekko, Leaf Art, Leaves, Blues, Blue Leav
Christian Dior (French, 1905–1957). Evening ensemble, 1952. House of Dior (French, founded 1947). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Eleanor Lambert, 1953 (2009.300.778a, b) | Christian Dior's pairing of black and red shows a Spanish influence, with the placement of the trimmings referencing the tiers of a flamenco skirt.
Christian Dior made masterful use of surface embellishments for his evening dresses of the early 1950s. In this example from 1952, Dior's characteristic attention to detail shows in the refined placement and graduation of the embroidery and appliqué elements. The pairing of black and red shows a Spanish influence, with the placement of the trimmings referencing the tiers of a flamenco skirt.
Vintag, Christians, Evening Dresses, Flamenco, Fashion, Christian Dior, 1952, Museum, Evenings
Bands of hematite, magnetite and jasper