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Erté (Romain de Tirtoff), Costume for Ganna Walska as Violetta Valéry, 'La Traviata', 1923.

Amazing reproduction. I know I pinned this before but if you want to make a Tudor costume gown this is it

Catherine Howard’s Blue Gown. (The Tudors, 2007). Have i mentioned that Joan Bergin is my HERO!?!

All About Jupiter Ascending’s Swarovski Costumes #InStyle

Gorgeous Dutch wedding costume, 1782, striped with iridescent silk Stitched floral pattern. From the Fries Museum

The Heiress

Beaton designed this costume for Birgit Nilsson in the 1961 Metropolitan Opera production of Turandot.

Three views of this lovely gown that Diana might have worn for a special occasion: Dress (Robe à la Française), French, 1750-75, silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Cheshire Cat - Civil War Reenactment Costume - Long SKIRT Navy Blue Color - Pioneer, Colonial, Victorian, Renaissance Faire Event - Handmade

Elizabethan collars were less voluminous around the neck, but were arguably higher and more ornate. Designs such as this one were once again used to denote wealth, power and the social status of the wearer.

1845 dress from the Kyoto Costume Institute ~ always loved how they made paper wigs for their mannequins

Lace mantle by Jay’s of London, 1863. From the Costume Institute at the Met.

Gilbert Adrian costume - The Great Ziegfeld [1936]

Wedding Gown from Mirror Mirror, one of the many incredible costumes worn in the movie. This was stunning on Julia Roberts

Film costume, Marie Antoinette (1938). Designed by Adrian

La Belle et la Bête (2014) French remake of a beauty and the Beast. Interesting story with the best part being the gorgeous costumes/scenery and a pretty decent soundtrack. The plot was okay, interesting for its different takes on certain story elements but it's not my favorite remake. Good but not amazing, though it is beautiful to watch.

Ever After dress | Costume Designer Jenny Beavan and Thoughts on “Accurate ...

Ever After. I love all the costumes from this movie.

Costume design for Romeo and Juliet (2013), by Swarovski and costumer Carlo Poggioli

Costume designed by Francine Gaillard-Risler for Annie Ducaux in the 1961 production of Jean Racine’s Britannicus. From the Centre National du Costume de Scene via Fripperies and Fobs.

Cream Elizabethan court costume