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Katherine Roberts-Wood Royal College of Art graduate fashion collection 2014

Katherine Roberts-Wood Royal College of Art graduate fashion collection Literally fantastic modular clothing.

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Cage Crinoline Made Of Steel And Cotton - American   c.1862  -  The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Cage crinoline Date: 1862 Culture: American Medium: steel, cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 34 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

Cage crinoline with unusual design of narrow X tapes instead of wide vertical tapes. Met Museum dates to 1850s, but that's an awful lot of back thrust.

Crinoline -- this looks kind of dangerous to me . Amazing skeleton skirt model with crossing tapes. I wonder wether the factory that made this crinoline is known.

Crinoline (Cage)    Date:      1870s

Cage Crinoline American or European. The first type of bustle cage, was meant to manipulate the skirt draping. Big, soft, high bustle skirt is enjoyed during this time period

Hoop skirt blue wool  Seen a few in red no so many in this color.

Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum c. 1860 half open and half purple covered cage crinoline

Agatha Ruiz De La Prada Photos: Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid W/F 2014 - Agatha Ruiz de la Prada

Agatha Ruiz De La Prada Photos Photos: Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid W/F 2014 - Agatha Ruiz de la Prada

Agatha Ruiz De La Prada Photos: Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid W/F 2014 - Agatha Ruiz de la Prada

patternprints journal: PRINTS, PATTERNS, TRIMMINGS AND SURFACE EFFECTS FROM LONDON FASHION WEEK (A/W 14/15 WOMENSWEAR) / 3

Sculptural Fashion - dress with layering & contrasting edges like hand-drawn lines;

Photography - Artem Schwemmer

Fashion as Art - dress with layered shapes & graphic silhouette; geometric fashion // photography, A Prada spring/summer 2014 ad campaign featuring Elena Molly Murgu Photographed by Mert & Marco

Crinoline c.1860 United States MET

Crinoline, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This crinoline is a petticoat made from metal wire and cotton tape to achieve a stiffened or structured shape on a skirt.

Cage Crinoline  1875  The Metropolitan Museum of Art  “The first bustle phase, from 1869-77, required skirt supports to accomplish the desired silhouette. This particular example of a cage crinoline would simply keep the skirt away from the body and hold its cylindrical shape. A separate bustle would need to be worn to push the skirts up and out over the back of the wearer’s skirt.”

The first bustle phase, from required skirt supports to accomplish the desired silhouette. This particular example of a cage crinoline would simply keep the skirt away from the body and hold its cylindrical shape

c.1870-80 wool & steel bustle crinoline

Bustle crinoline National Trust Inventory Number 1350049 Category Costume Date 1870 - 1880 Materials Steel, Wool Snowshill Manor © National Trust / Simon Harris