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♥ Romance of the Maiden ♥ couture gowns worthy of a fairytale - Marie-esque #rococco return

♥ Romance of the Maiden ♥ couture gowns worthy of a fairytale - Marie-esque #rococco return

John Galliano

John Galliano

Stella Tennant by Patrick Demarchelier in Dior Haute Couture

Stella Tennant by Patrick Demarchelier in Dior Haute Couture

Amato by Furne One S/S 2014 Couture - Modern interpretation of Rococo

Amato by Furne One S/S 2014 Couture - Modern interpretation of Rococo

Christian Dior - Haute Couture fall 2007 - John Galliano

Christian Dior - Haute Couture fall 2007 - John Galliano

Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen has become the latest guest editor of Belgian fashion publication A Magazine Curated By.

Iris van Herpen curates a magazine

Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen has become the latest guest editor of Belgian fashion publication A Magazine Curated By.

Dior Haute Couture

Dior Haute Couture

A Sèvres plate from Marie Antoinette’s dessert service, with two pastillage table markers, one with her cipher, the other with the arms of the Princesse de Lamballe. The Princesse ordered an identical dessert service from Sèvres.

A Sèvres plate from Marie Antoinette’s dessert service, with two pastillage table markers, one with her cipher, the other with the arms of the Princesse de Lamballe. The Princesse ordered an identical dessert service from Sèvres.

Obviously this would be like wearing a cupcake... but it's so cool! - John Galliano (Paris Week) Haute Couture Fashion

Obviously this would be like wearing a cupcake... but it's so cool! - John Galliano (Paris Week) Haute Couture Fashion

Marie Antoinette (at Trianon)   Her growing unpopularity drove her further into an escapist lifestyle.  Seven years after her marriage to Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette bore their first child, a daughter. When she gave Louis a son, the King gave her an exquisite chateau, the Petit Trianon. The Queen abandoned the court at Versailles and retired to Trianon. Later a miniature farm was constructed for her and her friends so the Queen could live a “simple” life.

Marie Antoinette (at Trianon) Her growing unpopularity drove her further into an escapist lifestyle. Seven years after her marriage to Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette bore their first child, a daughter. When she gave Louis a son, the King gave her an exquisite chateau, the Petit Trianon. The Queen abandoned the court at Versailles and retired to Trianon. Later a miniature farm was constructed for her and her friends so the Queen could live a “simple” life.

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