Everyday Vintage - Bringing the Glamour Back

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See How Much the "Perfect" Female Body Has Changed in 100 Years (It's Crazy!) #bodyimage #inspiration

See How Much the "Perfect" Female Body Has Changed in 100 Years (It's Crazy!)

See How Much the "Perfect" Female Body Has Changed in 100 Years. Shows how the body shape has changed over the years and also how much skinner woman are to try and fit the idea of having the ideal or perfect body.

Vionnet Dress - 1939 - by Madeleine Vionnet (French, 1876-1975) - Cotton, metallic - The Metropolitan Museum of Art - @~ Mlle

Vionnet Dress - 1939 - by Madeleine Vionnet (French, - Cotton, metallic - The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Mlle

Fortuny Dress - c. 1932 - Fortuny  (Italian, founded 1906) - Design by Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, 1871-1949) - Silk, glass

Fortuny Dress - c. 1932 - Fortuny (Italian, founded - Design by Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, - Silk, glass - The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Mlle jαɢlαdy

Madeleine Vionnet Dress, 1922 Silk crepe georgette with lamé edging. Arizona Costume Institute . Vionnet, a genius seamstress who built her dresses from the ground up so to speak, by cutting fabric on the bias, directly on her models. The final look was a unique feminine drape which heralded a new look that emphasized freedom of movement and femininity. Even with the popular garcon look [ flat chested and tubular ] the Vionnet dress was unmistakably feminine.

Madeleine Vionnet, French, Dress, 1922 Silk crepe georgette with lamé edging. Gift of Arizona Costume Institute in honor of the Museum's Anniversary.

Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: c. 1810 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Machine made silk net, embroidered with chenille thread, with silk ribbon, hand-sewn

Evening dress

Evening dress Place of origin: Great Britain Artist/Maker: Unknown Materials and Techniques: Machine made silk net, embroidered with chenille thread, with silk ribbon, hand-sewn. Museum number: For front view, see other pin.

Minya Diez-Dührkoop | Carla Erna Wilhelmine Scholz | Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg

Minya Diez-Dührkoop | Carla Erna Wilhelmine Scholz | Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg

Minya Diez-Dührkoop | Carla Erna Wilhelmine Scholz | Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg

Minya Diez-Dührkoop | Carla Erna Wilhelmine Scholz | Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg

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