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Inspiration


Inspiration

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Comfy.

1940s campus casual

Tartan Sweater

Portrait of a Sioux woman. Photo taken between 1880 and 1900. The title of this photo is simply called "Sioux Beauty."

Maasai friends, Amboseli National Park, Kenya by Jim Zuckerman

Nellie Bly (Elizabeth Cochrane), a pioneering female journalist who traveled around the world in fewer than 80 days

Steve McQueen by William Claxton

August 1973.“What rates the most at Scarsdale High, New York? Skirts, sweaters and jumpers with sharp additions!”

Pierre Cardin, March 1966.

1860-1870, "Rosette" - ribbon bow. Manchester City Galleries, 1987.2. "Tartan silk-satin. Central bow with two long pendant ends. Tartan composed of a wide central cream band flanked by narrow bands of (respectively) blue, black, yellow, black, green, red, black and red. Checked with wi"dely spaced narrow bands of blue, cream, yellow, green and red."

1940s

40sClassic - hollyhocksandtulips: style

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Vintage Hermes Satchel belonging to the Duke of Windsor.

Pendleton Robe in a Bag, the 1950s version of the Motor Robe.

Lovely Vintage Gwenda Compact Embroidered Plaid - Frae Scotland.

1860s Red, Blue & Green Plaid Bodice make star 1865 -1870 Red, blue and green plaid womans bodice [Cotton] Overview: This 1860s blue and green plaid bodice is made from lightweight silk fabric. It is trimmed with black cotton velvet ribbon. The lining is glazed linen. Some seams on this garment have been machine stitched, but most of the bodice has been made and trimmed by hand.

Elsa Schiaparelli, 1954. Winter Dress,

Céline F/W '13

Capucine. Boulevard de la Madeleine. Paris. 1952 Photographer:  Georges Dambier

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Child's Socks - Child's Socks Made in Arthur, Illinois, United States, North and Central America c. 1900-1920 Artist/maker unknown, American, Amish. From the family of Mrs. Ida S. Beachy, American (Arthur Illinois). Wool knit 7 1/2 x 4 inches (19.1 x 10.2 cm) - Square heels, darning, wear (LOVE!), and round probably starting/ending at side of foot.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Child's Socks - Child's Socks Made in Arthur, Illinois, United States, North and Central America c. 1900-1920 Artist/maker unknown, American, Amish. From the family of Mrs. Ida S. Beachy, American (Arthur Illinois). Wool knit 7 1/2 x 4 inches (19.1 x 10.2 cm) - Square heels, darning, wear (LOVE!), and round probably starting/ending at side of foot.

Topshop Unique FW 13/14

C.Newing: Bold, British Knitwear

C.Newing: Bold, British Knitwear

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Slippers!

DecoriaLab: Burberry Prorsum Spring 2014 Details