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Tokujin Yoshioka creates interiors, installations and architecture where people can feel the light with all their senses. He explores beauty born out of coincidence and beyond human imagination; his work echoes the beauty of nature with its ever-changing expression, giving the idea “that the design doesn’t even exist”.
Gown worn by Mahala Pillsbury, wife of John S. Pillsbury, to ceremonies marking her husband's inauguration as the eighth governor of Minnesota in 1876. The ivory moiré gown has a one-piece bodice and an overskirt of black, Chantilly-like lace. The neck edge, sleeves, and bodice front are trimmed with metallic braid. The boned bodice has three quarter-length sleeves, hook-and-eye front center closure, and an attached waistband. #Victorian #vintage #dress #fashion #1800s #lace