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VINTAGE 1940s IVORY TAFFETA GOWN w PETAL PEPLUM | From a collection of rare vintage evening dresses at http://www.1stdibs.com/fashion/clothing/evening-dresses/
Early 1940s Rose Petal Pink Satin and Lace Evening Dress
Early 1940S, Ears 1940S, 1940S Forty, 1940 S Rose, 1940S Rose, Rose Petals, Glam 1920S 1940S
Rare 14k White Yellow Gold Antique Art Deco Red Ruby, circa 1920s
Deco Red, Red Ruby, White Yellow, Rare 14K, Art Deco Rings, Yellow Gold, Antiques Art, 14K White, Gold Antiques
Rare 14k White Yellow Gold Antique Art Deco Red Ruby Pearl Filigree Ring
Very Rare and Beautiful Art Deco ring Circa 1920 unsigned but I believe this to be a Belais Brothers. The ring is marked 14k inside the shank. Rectangular emerald cut glass ruby stone and imitation seed pearls are set in a two toned white and yellow gold filigree mounting.
Ruins of the former Bennett College in Millbrook, NY.
Abandoned Schools, Favorite Places, Beautiful Places, Halcyon Hall, Bennett Colleges, Abandoned Dwell, Abandoned Beautiful, Photo, Abandoned Places
Photo by J. Phillip Faranda of "Halcyon Hall," one of the buildings at the abandoned Bennett College in Milbrook, NY.
antique wicker seat
Party Animals, Peacock Chairs, Unusual Peacock
unusual peacock chair having said that love it
antique wicker seat - conjurés images of super rich regency party animals
Rouge Passion, Hats, Mothers, Perfect Turban, Turbans, I ️Turbante, Red Turban, People, Isabella Rossellini
Isabella Rossellini - doesn't anyone wear turbans anymore? Find vintage hats & turbans at the Mobile Millinery Museum & Costume Archive...we bring history to you. www.thehatmuseum.org
// Isabella Rossellini. there are times when she looks similar to my mother!
Isabella Rossellini... With perfect turban
Isabella Rossellini red turban
gypsy rose lee
Girls, Inspiration, Beautiful, Gypsy Rose Lee, Burlesque, Smart Woman, Pinup, Vintage Image, Actresses
Many were at a loss to explain why Gypsy Rose Lee, of all the pretty girls losing clothing onstage, became such an attraction. As a 1942 Life magazine article in noted, “She shows less than Margie Hart, is less suggestive than Ann Corio, less ‘hot’ than Georgia Sothern. She scorns the use of either bumps or grinds, fundamental gyrations of a burlesque routine…her routine for years has been a slow strip which she accompanies with a smart patter song.” Her smart patter may have been just as big an
Gypsy Rose Lee. A very smart woman, who was beautiful, too.
Gypsy Rose Lee.- She was the most famous Burlesque performer and strikingly beautiful!
American burlesque entertainer, actress, wit, author and playwright, Gypsy Rose Lee (1930s)
Lace & Chiffon Peignoir, c. 1945
Circa 1945, Vintage Lingerie, Chiffon Peignoir, 40S Style, Vintage Fashion, Lace Chiffon, Linen Dress, Retro Vintage, Vintage Clothing
Lace Chiffon Lingerie Robe, C. 1945, Augusta Auctions, March/April 2005 Vintage Clothing Textile Auction, Lot 251
Vintage Lingerie, Circa 1945, 40S Style, Chiffon Peignoir, Vintage Fashion, 1940S, Lace Chiffon, Retro Vintage, Vintage Clothing
Satin wedding gown, c. 1910
Edwardian Fashion, Wedding Dressses, Edwardian Wedding Dresses, 1910 1919, Vintage Wedding Dresses, Vintage Inspiration Dresses, Fashion 1910S, Circa 1910, Satin Wedding Gowns
Edwardian wedding dress 1910 Augusta Auctions
Satin Wedding Gown, circa 1910
1910 vintage wedding dress - Google Search
GREEN & GOLD BEADED DRESS, c. 1921
Flappers Dresses, Gold Beads, 1920 S Fashion, 1920S Flappers, Green And Gold, Beads Dresses, The Dresses, 1920S Dresses, Augusta Auction
Flapper Dress: Green & Gold Beaded Dress, C. 1921
Augusta Auctions: green & gold beaded dress, c. 1921
Green and Gold Beaded Dress, c. 1921, Sage green chiffon completely covered in gold beads & green jewels, deep hem w/ 3 dimensional flo...
GREEN & GOLD BEADED DRESS, c. 1921 The Egyptian style of the dress was inspired by the discovery of Tutankhamen's tomb in 1922. This exciting event influenced all areas of fashion and design from clothing to jewellery, hairstyles and even cosmetics - Museum of London
Emma Domb, 1940s
1940 S, 1940S Dresses, 1940S Elegant, 1940S Black, Dresses Emma, Emma Hill, 1940S Vintageous, Vintage Clothing, 1940S Beautiful
Emma Domb, 1940s....I LOVE VINTAGE CLOTHES!
Dress Emma Domb, 1940s Vintageous
Emma Domb, 1940s dress
Emma Domb, 1940s. Beautiful!
1940s Black Dress
V-line suit, 1944.
1940 S, Vintage Dior, Business Woman, Fashion History, Vintage Glamour, Christian Dior, 1940S, Timeless Fashion, 40S Fashion
The Timeless Fashion of the 1940s #vintagemaya #1940s #vintage dress #40s fashion #tailored dress
FASHION HISTORY - Socialbliss
Vintage Dior, 1940s
V-line suit 1944 by Irene Lentz #vintage #glamour #fashion
late 1940s Christian Dior suit and hat uncredited image.
Before Bjork’s swan dress there was Marlene Dietrich. Love Bjork, but Marlene did it better. Miss Marlene arrived at Basil Rathbone's costume party with Clifton Webb and Elizabeth Allen on each arm and an elegant swan gown draped across her body. Oh...and the swan wasn't white, each feather was dyed to match the pale blue of Marlene's eyes.
Halloween Parties, Elizabeth Allen, Clifton Webb, Costumes Parties, Swan Dresses, Movie Stars, Hollywood Theme Parties, Marlene Dietrich, Elizabeth Allan
Clifton Webb, Marlene Dietrich and Elizabeth Allan at Basil Rathbone’s Halloween party, 1935.- Does anyone think this Swan dress may have been the inspiration for Bjorks ill-fated Oscars dress???
Before Bjork’s swan dress there was Marlene Dietrich. Miss Marlene arrived at Basil Rathbone's costume party with Clifton Webb and Elizabeth Allen on each arm and an elegant swan gown draped across her body. Oh...and the swan wasn't white, each feather was dyed to match the pale blue of Marlene's eyes.
So much excitement over Bjork's swan dress, but Dietrich did it first! Clifton Webb, Marlene Dietrich, and Elizabeth Allan at a Hollywood theme party held by Basil Rathbone and wife Ouida Bergere in 1935. The theme was "The Person You Most Admire." Dietrich chose Leda of the famous fable, while her escort for the night, Elizabeth Allen, went as Dietrich.
Rare Elsa Shiaparelli gown worn by Marlene Dietrich, in 1935, and later owned by Mae West
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Elsa Shiaparelli gown worn by Marlene Dietrich in 1935, and later owned by Mae West. 30s fashion style costume movie wardrobe movie star pink robe
Schiaparelli hostess gown worn by Marlene Dietrich, 1932
Elsa Schiaparelli gown worn by Marlene Dietrich in 1935
Rare Elsa Shiaparelli gown worn by Marlene Dietrich, in 1935, and later owned by Mae West
CASHON & CO.: Sensationally Seductive 30's
Cream silk evening dress with fringe skirt, by Mainbocher, French, 1937.
Evening Dresses, Dresses Mainboch, Vintage Fashion, Metropolitan Museum, Fringes Skirts, 1937, Fringes Dresses, 30S, Cream Silk
Dress Mainbocher, 1937 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art
30s fringe dress
Cream silk fringed dress, by Mainbocher (American, 1890-1976), 1937.
1937 Mainbocher Evening dress Metropolitan Museum of Art,NY. See more vintage fashion museum collections by decade at http://www.vintagefashionandart.com/dresses
Cream silk evening dress with fringe skirt, 1937
1900s Black Eye button Edwardian leather boots
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Cute Victorian boots
Such dapper Edwardian shoes!
1900s Black Leather Eye button Edwardian leather boots
vintage antique 1900s Black Eye button Edwardian leather boots, victorian shoes heels
Womens attire during the Elizabethan era consisted of gowns, hats, corsets, underwear, collars, ruffs (Queen Elizabeth was a big fan of the high ruff), and shoes. Brides would wear their best gown and kirtle (petticoat), or even a new gown if the money was available. - j.mp/HRW64Z
Queen Elizabeth, Wedding Dressses, Wedding Dresses, 17Th Century, 19Th Century, Historical Fashion, Periodic Costumes, Elizabethan Gowns, Elizabethan Dresses
Queen Elizabeth's wedding dress 1800's
Elizabethan Gown - source unknown (please let us know if you know!)
1500, vestido estilo colonial, moda de época, vestido de época siglo XVI dress, Historical fashion, 16th century, the past, sixteenth century costume, clothing history, antique fashion, period costume
Wedding Dresses Throughout History | Fashion Throughout History (12th - 19th) Centuries
17th Century (Elizabethan Dress)
Chanel 1934, Coco Chanel, Evening Dresses, Dresses Houses, Vintage Fashion, Chanel French, 1930S Fashion, Art Deco, Metropolitan Museums
Evening dress House of Chanel 1934 Metropolitan Museum of Art
Evening dress House of Chanel (French, founded 1913) Designer: Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel (French, Saumur 1883–1971 Paris) Date: | http://beautifuldresswendy.blogspot.com
1948 Elsa Schiaparelli
Elsa Schiaparelli, Evening Dresses, Fashion, Vintage, Schiaparelli Dresses, Evening Gowns, Couture Dresses, Schiaparelli 1948, Metropolitan Museums
Elsa Schiaparelli dress - c. 1948 - Silk - The Metropolitan Museum of Art - @~ Mlle
Evening dress - Schiaparelli 1948 pink french tent stripes strapless evening gown long dress bustle train cream white designer 40s 50s vintage fashion style couture
Evening Dress Elsa Schiaparelli, 1948 40s 50s fashion designer couture pink cream strapless evening gown long column bustle train striped stripes tent color print ad museum
Evening dress, Elsa Schiaparelli, 1948, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Cloak of Marketa Lobkowicz (1617), © Mikulov Museum
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"""Cloak of Marketa Lobkowicz (1617), © Mikulov Museum"""
Capa de Marketa Lobkowicz (1617), © Mikulov Museo
"Cloak belonging to Marketa Lobkowicz, c. 1617. Mikulov Museum."
Houppelande dress, early 15th cent
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Houppelande Gown | Most Burgundian gowns aren't split, but still a pretty design element.
Queen's dress from the Italian Renaissance - 1560 This gown, was custom-made from an original model from Eleanor of Toledo, wife of Cosimos I de Medici from1562. The full flow of this gown in black velvet as well as its optical division through the use of luxuriant wide brocade braids and gold lacings, true to the geometrical, ideally proportioned triangular forms of the Renaissance, lend this gown its majestic austerity. It is consequently complimented by a hairstyle with a cent...
Italian Renaissance Dresses, Renaissance Queen Costumes, Italian Renaissance Clothing, Vintage Fashion, Italian Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Clothing Italian, Italian Renaissance 1560, Originals Models, Princesses Dresses Patterns
renaissance princess dress patterns - Google Search
lovely Queen's dress from the Italian Renaissance - 1560 This gown, was custom-made from an original model from Eleanor of Toledo, wife of Cosimos I de Medici from1562. The full flow of this gown in black velvet as well as its optical division through the use of luxuriant wide brocade braids and gold lacings, true to the geometrical, ideally proportioned triangular forms of the Renaissance, lend this gown its majestic austerity. It is consequently complimented by a hairstyle with a cent...
French iron corset, 1580-1600, collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute. According to Marquise de La Tour du Pin (French aristocrat 1770-1853) this popular style of corsets ”severely restricted its wearer’s movements, especially around the arms” and wearers often reported heart palpitations and shortness of breath.
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Fench wrought Iron corset - met museum 20120818-150940.jpg
metal corset. Ouch!!!!
French iron corset, 1580-1600, collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute
Object Name Stomacher Date ca. 1720
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18th Century: Stomacher
.ornamentedbeing: ca. 1720 Stomacher The Met
Shoes: probably worn by Lady Mary Stanhope (1660) Women’s Velvet Shoes Made of blue velvet and embroidered with silver gilt thread, these shoes must have been worn for a special occasion. The latchets would have tied across the tongue with a decorative ribbon possibly gold in colour. Story: Could these shoes have been worn during the celebrations, which took place after the Restoration of Charles II in 1660? Lady Mary was the wife of Sir John Stanhope of Elvaston Castle in Derby...