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Woman's Cape and Petticoat, Erté France 1920| LACMA Collections
Couture House, London Circa, Circa 1855, Manon Lescaut, Redfern 1920, Ganna Walska, Iii Erté, France Paris, Erté Romaine
tawnyscostumesandcuriosities: Costume for Ganna Walska as Manon Lescaut in Manon, Act III Erté (Romain de Tirtoff) (Russia, active France and United States, 1892-1990) Redfern (attributed to) (Couture house founded England, London circa 1855; Maison Redfern founded France, Paris, 1881-1929)
Costume for Ganna Walska as Manon Lescaut in "Manon," Act III; Woman's Cape and Petticoat, by Erté (Romain de Tirtoff) and Redfern, 1920, at the LACMA
spätes 18. Jahrhundert (1790er?), Caraco mit besticktem (Musselin-?)Kleid, Frankreich
Costumes, 1700S, Silk Brocade, Green Stripes, Day Dresses, 18Th Century, Late 18Th, 1700 S, Embroidered Skirts
Blair - Day Dress
“Macaroni” jacket and embroidered petticoat (French), late 1700s
Via Christie's (sold 2009): "A LADY'S 'MACARONI' JACKET OF GREEN STRIPED SILK AND AN EMBROIDERED SKIRT FRANCE, BOTH LATE 18TH CENTURY the jacket of striped two tone silk and satin, with silk fringed fronts and bustle, the cuffs with three blue silk covered buttons, lined with a charming patchwork of silk brocades in the French manner, the associated skirt embroidered with a border of flower-filled urns."
18th Century Love, fripperiesandfobs: “Macaroni” jacket and...
Men's suit for indoor use. Italy, about 1740-1750. Silk and gold. Seta Textile Collection. The collection donated by Count Luigi Alberto Gandini in 1881-1882 consists of more than 2,500 pieces of fabric, trim, ribbons,and lace. The collection offers a rich and varied collection of yarns, techniques and ornate textile art, mainly Italian and European art from the Middle Ages to the 19th century.
Stylish Menswear, Men Costumes, Some Thing, 17Th 18Th Century, Historical Fashion, Men Suits, Historical Men, Collection, Menswear Influence
1775 British Silk Robe à la Polonaise
Fashion, Polonaise 1775, Silk Robe, 1775 British, La Polonaise, 1700S, British Silk, 1775 Culture, English Silk
1775 British Silk Robe à la Polonaise ikat. Interesting fabric.
Ikat silk! Robe à la Polonaise Date: ca. 1775 Culture: British Medium: silk
English Silk Robe à la Polonaise | 1775
Robe a la Polonaise 1775, British, Made of silk
Robe à la Polonaise | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Robe à l’anglaise, 1745-59, altered 1791 and 1824 From Historic Deerfield
Altered 1791, Feminine Fashion, Dresses Inspiration, Anglaise 1745 59, Historical Inspiration, 18Th Century, Blushes Beautiful, Historical Deerfield, Historical Dresses
Fripperies and Fobs
Robe a la francaise, c. 1760
Woman Robe, Carnivals Costumes, 1700S Fashion, Historical Clothing, Construction Circa, 18Th Century Style, Century Dresses, The Blasts, Circa 1760
Woman’s Robe à la Française, textile circa 1750, constructed circa 1760, France
Woman’s Robe à l’Anglaise | Collections Online
Fashion, Costumes, Century Women, Silk Twill, Plain Weaving Stripes, Silk Plain Weaving, 18Th Century, 1785 1790, 17851790
Woman’s Robe à l’Anglaise France, 1785-1790 Costumes; principal attire (entire body) Silk twill and silk plain-weave stripes Center back length: 62 in. (157.48 cm)
Woman’s Robe à l’Anglaise | LACMA Collections
1770-1800 Jacket and shawl in chintz, skirt in glazed printed cotton. Via Fashion Museum Province of Antwerp. Photo by Hugo Maertens, Bruges.
18Thcentury, Prints Cotton, Festivals Attyr, Indian Chintz, Century Indian, 18Th Century, 1700, Bastile Day, Chintz Jackets
Festive Attyre: Dutch print madness
Chintz - Wikipedia #18thCentury
Image: 18th century Indian chintz jacket and shawl with a European glazed printed cotton skirt, Wikipedia
Caraco & Quilted Petticoat c.1780 & c.1770-1780 Mint Museum
1780S, 1780 S, Quilt Petticoats, 1700S Fashion, 18Th Century, Mint Museums, Caraco Jackets, Century Dresses, 1700 S
Caraco (Jacket) w/ quilted petticoat, circa 1780 via Mint Museum.
"Caraco circa 1780" "quilted Petticoat circa 1770-1780" - I don't know the exact place of origin for this ensemble, but given its similarities with some things I've seen from 18th century depictions of women from New France as well as modern-day reproductions worn by re-enactors, it's definitely worth considering. Note how the mannequin is also wearing a crucifix/cross.
Robe à la Française 1775 The Los Angeles County Museum of Art
La Francaise, 18Thcentury, Historical Fashion, Angels County, 18Th Century, Los Angels, 1770, The Blasts, 1775
Robe a la Francaise ca. 1775 via The Los Angeles County Museum of Art
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art - 18th century - paniers de cour
marie antoinette dresses | realized at the occasion of the installation of the Marie Antoinette ...
De Borchgrave, Paper Dresses, Marie Antoinette, Paper Art, Paper Sculpture, Isabelle De, 18Th Century, Louvre Paris, Mary Antoinette
paper sculptures of Isabelle de Borchgrave.
Pink Dress, costume realized at the occasion of the installation of the Marie Antoinette Bathroom at the Palace of Versailles. Inspired by ca. 1776 engraving in the collection of the Musée du Louvre, Paris Courtesy Hillwood Estate, Museums and Gardens © Créations Isabelle de Borchgrave
the exquisite paper art of isabelle de borchgrave What's up!
pink silk coat was worn by a Frenchman in the court of Louis XVI in the 18th century.
Embroidered Men, Louis Xvi, Thinking Pink, Century France, Court, Men Suits, Pink Silk, 18Th Century, Silk Coats
Elaborately embroidered men's silk suit from 18th century France.
Girls are taught to think pink, but that wasn't always so| NPR, Men's suits weren't always so sober. This embroidered, pink silk coat was worn by a Frenchman in the court of Louis XVI in the 18th century....
Mother of Pearl fan mid 18th century, V museum collection
Mid 18Th, Fancy Fans, Antiques Fans, Mothers Of Pearls, Hands Fans, 18Th Century, Pearls Fans, Fans Taste, Albert Museums
Brisé fan made of mother of pearl, pierced and carved, France, mid 18th century - Victoria Albert Museum
Mother of Pearl fan mid 18th century
Fan | V&A Search the Collections
Petticoat 1795 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
18C Quilt, Met Museums, Quilt Petticoats, Art, Historical Fashion, Information Dresses, 18Th Century, 1795, Metropolitan Museums
FALDA 1795 MET MUSEUM
Quilted petticoat ca. 1795 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art “Quilted petticoats were a part of informal dress throughout the 18th century. Initially, this type of petticoat served for warmth and to give shape to the lower half of the body in a way which would disguise the wearer’s legs. As the skirts began to open in the front in the early 18th century women chose more decorative quilted petticoats to add another layer of detail.
Open Robe peach tafetta, silk ribbon and fur edging. 1770's - 1780's.
Lamballe Mary, 1780S, Antoinette Dresses, Silk Ribbon, Marie Antoinette, Historical Fashion, 1770S Dresses, Mary Antoinette, Fur Trim
Open Robe peach tafetta, silk ribbon and fur edging. From Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette
Open Robe peach taffeta, silk ribbon and fur edging. 1770s - 1780s.
Marie Antoinette dress
fur trim Open Robe peach tafetta, silk ribbon and fur edging. 1770's - 1780's.
Dress by Milena Canonero for Marie Antoinette (2006). Befriends the Princess de Lamballe (Mary Nighy). (Side)
1770′s corset with lacing at the centre back, panniers with slits in the sides to reach the pocket and petticoat with placket fastening at the centre back.
1770S Fashion, 1770S Corsets, 1700S, Dress In The 1700, 1700 S
1770s corset with lacing at the centre back, panniers with slits in the sides to reach the pocket and petticoat with placket fastening at the centre back
French, 1778 - 80
Cocktails Dresses, French Silk, 1778 80, La Polonaise, Historical Fashion, Metropolitan Museum, 18Th Century, 1700, Century Fashion
Eighteenth century fashion/images | 18th Century Fashion, circa 1770: Polonaise costume - Serbagunamarine.com
18th Century: Robe a la Polonaise | robe a la polonaise 1770s
Robe a la polonaise, 1778–80, French, silk, Metropolitan Museum of Art, C.I.60.40.3a, b
A late 18th century Indian chintz jacket and shawl, paired with a European skirt in glazed printed cotton.