Talk about “FASHION HISTORY”. Check out this backpack that one of my students is carrying. This is the same Army backpack that he used when he was in active duty in the early 70’s. He is so proud of it. And we’re so proud of him and grateful for his service! 🇺🇸 And I’m going to the Army Surplus store this weekend. Would love to get my hands on one of these! #fashionhistory #fashion #army #hccfashion #usa #america
This 1860s cape is the perfect balance of sumptuousness and fun - ideal for a child. The embroidery (probably worked by craftsmen in India) contrasts perfectly with the peacock blue, and every element, from the fringe, to the tassels, to the boteh (paisley) shaped frogging, is thought out. ⠀
Child's cape, 1860-1870, Twilled peacock blue woollen cloth, embroidered in cream silk thread, with a cream tassel on the hood; Anglo-Indian ?, 1860-70, VAM, MISC.570-1984⠀
#1860s #1870s #1860sfashion #1870sfashion #vintage #antique #blueandwhite #embroidery #paisley #vintageembroidery #vintagechild #victorianchild #cape #heroswearcapes #fringe #tassels #capesareforwinners #crinolineera #fashionhistory #fashionhistorian #historicaldress #historicalfashion #costumehistory #costumehistorian #victorian #victoriandress #victoriancostume #victoriaandalbertmuseum #vandamuseum #thedreamstress
Magazine/sis tgelroptfir day 15 of the #arupad
It just so happens I have some antique ones.I think I might have one which is slightly older than these on my collection of antique fashion magazines but these were the easiest to lay my hands on for the post : )
One of my very lovely friends gave me these as a present for the sewing school's 2nd birthday earlier this year.
Myra's Journal of Dress and Fashion is a new title to me and is in English.All my other antique magazines are French.Tjese are dated June 1st and September 1st 1875. They are very good condition for having survived 143 years and I really must get around to reading them!
#magazine #myrasjournal #antiquefashionmagazine #antiquemagazine #victorian #1875 #victorianfashion #fashionmagazine #weldon #historyoffashion #fashionhistory
Lined in cream ribbed silk, this 1930s evening purse has a label that reads “Made in Czechoslovakia”. A calling card reading “Mr. T. Arthur Rogers” was found inside the inner pocket. Evening purses were similar in style to day bags. The envelope style was quite popular during the 1930s just like this one. Evening purses were often make to match an outfit. Catalogue number FRC2018.04.002.
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The Museum of Bags and Purses developed from the private collection of Hendrikje and Heinz Ivo. In 1996, they opened the doors of their home in Amstelveen to anyone interested in admiring their collection. The museum soon became a success. Ten years later, the collection had outgrown the Amstelveen residence, daughter Sigrid Ivo had become the director and the museum had moved to a beautiful canal house in Amsterdam.
It all started with one single handbag. This one bag turned Hendrikje and Heinz Ivo into passionate collectors – and soon connoisseurs – of handbags. Over the years, they gathered a private collection of such exceptional quality that they wanted to share it with the rest of the world.
Hendrikje Ivo had always been a dedicated collector of all kinds of small antiques and curiosities, and had started to trade them as well. One day, in a small English village, Heinz en Hendrikje Ivo found a leather handbag from the 1820s, with tortoise shell cover plates. Hendrikje Ivo explains: “This amazing beauty immediately threw us into ecstasies and we took it home as a regal showpiece. Fascinated by the beauty of this tortoise bag we started researching the history of the handbag. The collectors were born: we were, so to speak, in the bag.” PH from Tassenmuseum webpage.
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ÍCONES QUE INSPIRARAM A MODA - 90's
Para toda uma geração de adolescentes, Alicia Silverstone (1976-) definiu o estilo dos anos 90. Ou melhor, não ela, mas sua personagem fashionista, Cher Horowitz, no clássico da década As Patricinhas de Beverly Hills (1995). Já na primeira cena, a protagonista causa furor: consulta seu guarda-roupa, organizado pelo computador, tentando encontrar o melhor look para ir à escola. Naquele momento, milhões de adolescentes desejaram ser como ela. “As Patricinhas de Beverly Hills” influenciou tendências ao longo de toda a década. O blazer preppy azul marinho, o colete de tricô sobre a camisa de popeline e o conjunto de minissaia são alguns dos clássicos de Cher, assim como a camisa branca de algodão abotoada, as meias brancas até o joelho, o sapato boneca prateado e a minissaia xadrez ou argyle. Aliás, supõe-se que tenham sido usados mais de cinquenta padrões de xadrez diferentes no figurino do filme.
#100iconesdamoda #fashionhistory #historiadamoda #welovehavingyouhere #lifestyle #moda #estilo #itgirls #inspiração #theoutsidersstore #aliciasilverstone #90s
Who’s a @vogue
fan? Absolutely me! One of my many dreams is to get to know Anna Wintour, she’s just an icon 😍 what’s your fave #fashion
¡YA HAY NUEVO VIDEO! El primer episodio de mi nueva serie “Moda 101” como ven estaremos hablando de la historia de #vogue
más poderosa en el mundo de la moda. Te dejo el link en la biografía ❤️
Silk evening dress by House of Worth, ca. 1890. From the Preservation Society of Newport County 🧡
SILK BROCADE & LACE TEA GOWN, c. 1888
2 piece cream silk faille w/ red poppy brocade, ecru lace to bodice front, sleeves & skirt front, bustle-back trained skirt, cream silk gros-grain bows, B 34", W 23.5", Skirt 39-55", (underarm stains, stain to CB, missing hooks & eyes) very good. PROVENANCE: EMILY JOHNSTON de FOREST (1851-1942), daughter of prominent NYC RR tycoon John Taylor Johnston & wife of Robert de Forest, 1st director of the MET.
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Silk ball dress, ca. 1900-03. In the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art 🧡
Satin evening dress by House of Worth, ca. 1890. In the collection of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs 🧡
Aldo Fallai for Armani (modelos e masculinidad/modelos de elgancia)
Aldo Fallai y Giorgio Armani se conocieron justo en el momento en que despegaban sus respectivas carreras y no se desligaron profesionalmente desde entonces. Es posible que esta sea la causa de que las distintas fases de modelos de masculinidad que trabajó Armani y las innovacionas y complejas variaciones estéticas por las qe transitó la firma hasta la actualidad, hayan quedadado excepcionalmente integradas por la voz de Fallai en un discurso coherente y sólido. El concepo de hombre que Armani propuso en los 80 sigue intacto en los retratos de Fallai, en su fotorafía las claves fundamentales del discurso estético sobre el que se construía la marca son apreciables en cada imagen promocional a lo largo de los años .
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“Are you a spy for the English or the French?” I thought we were getting along just fine @andythehighlander
, but this is Outlander so you never know what’s going to happen next. I was so stoked Andy took me to Finnich Glen/Devil’s Pulpit. (Thank you!😘) And I loved that we were even more adventurous and walked up the river and scrambled along the rocks in our bare feet and costumes to get to the waterfall. A costume or a dress could never hold me back from adventure, it just adds to it! It was such a beautiful place and I loved every cautious step and playful moment. And yes that’s my tripod sticking out of my top. I needed both hands to steady myself on rocks and to keep my skirts up especially in the deep parts of the water. 😜
Un sottomarino tedesco U-boat risale il Tamigi e arriva davanti al Towerbridge.
“The decoration of sequined fireworks on this evening dress, which was worn by Countess Madeleine de Montgomery to Lady Mendl's seventy-fifth birthday party in 1939, is a fitting climax to le beau monde of the 1930s. When Adolf Hitler declared that Germany was at war with Poland in September 1939, the glamorous era of the 1930s came to a close. The fireworks motif, executed in brilliantly colored sequins, takes on additional symbolic meaning since the dress was created and worn immediately prior to the start of World War II. The dress was part of a collection assembled and brought to New York by the donors and their friends and displayed in an exhibition to benefit the French war charities in 1940.” It was a gift of Mrs. Harrison Williams, Lady Mendl, and Mrs. Ector Munn in 1946. It accession number is C.I.46.4.7a–c at https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/81492.
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