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Date: ca. 1833 Culture: British Medium: silk

Suit 1833 The Metropolitan Museum of Art “In the early years of the nineteenth century, there was a profound harmony between men’s and women’s silhouettes in dress. In the Empire style, the high.

Suit 1840s The Victoria & Albert Museum.  Buttons in a zipper fashion?  No flap?

Suit 1840s The Victoria & Albert Museum (OMG that dress!)

Martin - ślub Zuri

Suit, British, mid c. On exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Date: century Culture: British Medium: silk, linen Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 51 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 31 in. cm) Length at CB (c): 33 in.

Suit 1775, Italian, Made of silk

FCBTC / Date: fourth quarter century Culture: Italian Medium: silk Dimensions: Length (a): 47 in. cm) Length (b): 28 in. cm) Length (c): 30 in. cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1926 Accession Number:

1780erinblau1

Habit a la Francaise Reine des Centfeuilles, masterpieces inspired by the Fantastic color combination!

1. 8th Century BCE: Long pants, also called brõk, replaced the knee-breeches which were worn until that time and became the most popular legwear until the 8th century AD. Pants were adopted in approximately 700 BC.

Century BCE: Long pants, also called brõk, replaced the knee-breeches which were worn until that time and became the most popular legwear until the century AD. Pants were adopted in approximately 700 BC.

This dress is in the style of late Italian Renaissance fashion, and is made from green silk taffeta after a painting by Kempeneer, and trimmed with gold strips. first half of the 16th century, Italy. Gorgeous!

Late Italian Renaissance Fashion - green silk taffeta, trimmed with gold strips. Based on painting by Kempeneer from first half of the century, Italy.

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