A little time-period synthetic wig styling today. #wigstyling #1900s #syntheticwigs
I love working in a creative industry that always evolves and changes, even when learning and creating looks from our past, you never really ever stop growing ❤️ #hairstylist #wigstylist
Working on my first campaign called "Celestials and Paper Moons". They will be illustrated both digitally and traditionally, as well as available for print in January! Vintage photography from the early 1900's is a large part of the inspiration because of the unique, and sometimes weird, looking costumes that people would dress in at the time. Burlesque and film actresses would wear these gorgeous celestial headpieces that would match their gowns, adorned with diamonds and stars. People would take pictures in front of paper moons, some blank, some with regular faces, and some with bizarre faces painted on them. It makes for the perfect surrealistic subject to lead up to the move to my new page that will be up at the end of December. This campaign will be launching in January! Wish me luck!
#celestial #celestialbeings #celestialwomen #vintage #papermoons #1900s #burlesque #xxiinc #digitalart #digitalpainting #gold #silver #vintage #retroart #retrostyle #night #nightsky #medibangpaint #campaign #skectheveryday
Edwardian vintage nightgown with golden yellow crochet trim at sleeve edges, neckline, and back neck panel....heavily hand embroidered with flower bouquets and geometric trim patterns...gorgeous 3 dimensional French knots, amazing!! Gathers at the hips...very simple and comfortable and wearable!
Very good condition...color is a nice soft white..cotton is strong, has a few tiny holes...there are some holes at the bust where some embroidery was removed or came out..there is a repair under the arm...lovely, unique, and one of a kind!
Size small to large
$60 plus postage
I accept PayPal and credit cards..
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#presale #edwardian #1900s #1910s #nightgown #antique #antiquelingerie #vintagelingerie #handmade #handembroidered #frenchknots #antiqueembroidery #forsale #strangevintagecustom
Soap Street, Manchester. Reads ‘Alex M Call Agent’ and ‘John Yates & Sons’.
It was common in the early #1900s
for men to whip their wives for being disobedient. Back when #Hoes
had more rights than #Wives
"... the Spasskiya Gate or Gate of the Redeemer (Спасская башня), a tower-gateway 205 ft. in height, surmounted by the Russian eagle. The lower part of the tower was built by Pietro Antonio of Milan in 1491; the belfry was added by the English architect Galloway in 1626; the present clock dates from 1737. Outside the gate, on the right and left, are two small chapels; above the entrance is the Picture of the Saviour placed here by Tzar Alexis Mikhailovitch, in 1647, and regarded as the Palladium of the Kremlin. The decree of Alexis that no man should pass through this gateway with his hat on is still strictly enforced." - Baedeker's guide to "Russia, with Teheran, Port Arthur, and Peking", 1914
Taken ca. 1890-1906
Photo: Library of Congress
Tamam eski bir grubuz ama dinazor değiliz😉 #1900s
Сегодня второй день марафона #человекэпох10_18
и у нас вот такой дяденька.
Расскажите, пожалуйста, кто это? Гуманитарий, аристократ, трактирщик… ⠀ В какую эпоху и в какой стране мог существовать этот персонаж? Есть ли детали гардероба или черты имиджа, выбивающиеся из стиля тех лет? Может он похож на киногероя?
Не стесняйтесь, размышляйте, пишите легко, непринужденно и всё, что в голову приходит )))
Рассказ об этом образе читайте завтра по хэштэгу #человекэпох10_18день2
или просто в моем профиле.
Когда будете делиться, то не забудьте поставить хэштэг #человекэпох10
Призы будут разные - крепкие и винтажные! Скоро покажу их))) Хотя не в них дело ))) #vintagestyle #antonborisovich #антонборисович #vintagedress #photo #фото #зудожественноефото #1900s #1900sstyle #edwardianera #москва #портрет
When your Victorian hand warmer has an extra pocket in the purse. 👛
It is the last week of the William Birch exhibition, and we are feeling nostalgic!
Anniversaries by their nature evoke interest in the past. Founder’s Week, the celebration of the 225th anniversary of William Penn’s founding of Philadelphia, served as a touchstone for packaging and selling views of “old Philadelphia” including those created by William Birch. From postcard sets to commemorative booklets, Birch’s city views were marketed with a nostalgic eye to the past.
Reproductions of Birch’s Celebrated Historical Views of Philadelphia…. Compliments of Underwood & Co. Philadelphia: R. M. Palmer, 1908.
Numerous Philadelphia firms advertised their businesses by distributing a commemorative booklet containing all of Birch’s city views. The booklet’s introduction reads in part: “The costumes of the period, the general views of the buildings, street scenes, historical landmarks, then the show features of the city, etc., compared with the present, make the phenomenal strides in advancement now achieved seem almost incredible.” Additional text below some of the images, updated the viewer to the more recent history of a particular site.
#LCPWilliamBirch #LCPbirchlegacy #LCPprints #LCPrarebooks #1900s #LCPexhibits #SpecialCollections #IGlibraries #librariesofinstagram