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skull done with only eyeshadows and eyeliner takes me back to when i first started getting into sfx and had to do everything with regular makeup re-creation of @vickym0n ♠️

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1950s Vintage McCalls Sewing Pattern 9955 Misses Sun Dress Gr8 Skirt Size 30 B


Evening Dresses: ca. 1911, Left - Jeanne Lanvin, embroidered silk chiffon and tulle lace with rose ornaments, Right - silk tulle and silk chiffon embroidered with beads, faux pearls and metallic cord. "...This [high-waisted] silhouette spread among designers, starting from Paul Poiret's "Lola Montez" dress in 1906. Distinctive, vivid colors on delicate materials such as silk chiffon were achieved in this period by use of synthetic dyes..."


Silk Evening Dress, 1885, American, R.H. White & Co. The bustle silhouette, though primarily associated with the 2nd half of the 19th century, originated in earlier fashions as a simple bump, as with late-17th/early-18th century mantuas and late-18th/early-19th century Empire dresses. The full-blown bustle had its first Victorian debut in the late 1860s, starting as a fullness in skirts moving to the rear. This fullness was drawn up in ties to enable walking, which created a fashionable…


Michael Alig - NYC. The 'Club Kids' were a group of young New York City club characters in the late 1980's and early 1990's. The Club Kids group were mostly led by Michael Alig and James St.James, and were distinguished by their outrageous costumes. The Club Kids influence grew quickly and nightclubs started to pay leader Michael Alig just to show up with his entourage of Club Kids to draw in more customers to the clubs and add variety to their night life. - Originally pinned by…


In Kyoto, Japan’s old capital, right until the first few years of the last century one sure sign of spring was the Shirakawame, the flower maidens in their special costumes selling flowers on the streets of the city. It is said that the practice started in the Heian period (794-1185) with market ladies delivering flowers to the imperial palace, but by the Edo period (1603-1886) the Shirakawame was almost exlusively young ladies selling flowers in the street. Text and image via Tokyobling


back - Town dress with chemisette owned by Empress Josephine, First Empire. “This high-waisted dress with its square, low-cut neckline and decorated with white embroidered flowers and leaves is typical of the fashion at the start of the First Empire. To conceal the low neckline, it could be worn with a chemisette which was slipped inside the dress. This one is in white muslin, embroidered with a sprinkling of flowers and embellished with a ruché trim.