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Idées pour un rôle féminin Prologue

Betty Kirke on the secrets of Madeleine Vionnet, Threads Magazine

Threads Magazine

The Figaro Jacket - Peterson's Magazine (1862) - Google Books

Peterson's Magazine

ghostorballoon: Inigo Jones (1573-1652), dessins de costumes Pour Un masque du tribunal.

Costume Design by Leon Bakst for Ballet Russe, 1921

Anna Pavlova in the Ballet "Oriental Fantasy" 1911 Léon Bakst, Russian, 1866-1924 Pencil and watercolor on paper, 31 x 24 cm Genre: European Art, Works on Paper

Ida Rubinstein as Saint Sebastian 1911 Léon Bakst, Russian, 1866-1924 Pencil and watercolor on paper, 28.5 x 21 cm Genre: European Art, Works on Paper Location: Short Gallery

"Maquettes de Costumes pour le 'Conte d'Hiver,'" croquis 16 from Gazette du Bon Ton, Volume 1, No. 2 French, March 1920 By Guy-Pierre Fauconnet, French, 1882–1920 Publisher Librairie Centrale des Beaux-arts, Paris, France DIMENSIONS Overall: 25.4 x 19.1 cm (10 x 7 1/2 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Photomechanical lithograph CLASSIFICATION

Создатель Приписываемые Жак Ле Мойн-де Морги, ок. 1533-до 1588, французский; Название Молодые Дочь пиктов Дата CA. 1585 Среда Акварель и гуашь, коснулся с золотом на пергаменте Размеры Лист: 10 1/4 × 7 3/8 дюйма (26 × 18,7 см)

Головин Александр Юрьевич РОССИИ 1863-1930 "сценографию Бал-маскарад" смешанная техника на бумаге 9 х 12 1/2 в (22,9 х 31,8 см) подписал ниже ...

1492048_original.jpg (702×1000) Лев Бруни Costume Design of a Chess Queen, signed and dated 1915. \\nPencil, black ink, watercolour and collage with newspaper on paper

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Naoki Takizawa, SS11, “Mode & Science III – Anthoropometria”. This image shows a garment by the designer Naoki Takizawa that was part of his Spring-Summer 2011 collection. The image provides a great way of seeing how pattern notches are used to join different shapes of fabric together to ensure that the garment puzzle pieces will join together correctly when sewn.