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DigitaltMuseum - Kjole

DigitaltMuseum - Kjole

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Mary Pickford “Katherine” green velvet gown with beaded bodice from The Taming of the Shrew. (UA, ~ worn by Mary Pickford as “Katherine” during the final scene of the film and her speech on obedience.

Bringduk i blått silkeliv

Rukkastakk, Bringduk i blått silkeliv Stakken er laga i to-skaft og det er folda ( Foldadås) eller rynka (Rukkastakk).

Gown      Place of origin:      England (textile, weaving)     England (gown, sewing)     Date:      1750 - 1790 (weaving)     1795 1799 (sewing)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown     Materials and Techniques:      Silk, linen, silk thread, linen thread; hand-woven, hand-sewn     Credit Line:      Given by Miss A. Maishman     Museum number:      T.95-1972

Adding personality to a favorite pair of jeans by sewing leather patches on them in the shapes of letters, animals and other cool designs has been and still is an interesting way to outwardly express a creative mind.

Early 20th century Russian dress. Probably similar to what Anastasia had to wear.

Nadezhda Lamanova white satin and tulle evening dress, The State Hermitage Museum: Exhibitions

1920s dress via Whitaker Auctions

BEADED DEVORE VELVET DANCE DRESS, Sleeveless fawn velvet floral cut to teal chiffon, having a crystal beaded yoke and long side panels falling from beaded appliques with paste.

"Beltestakk" Norway

Beltestakk fra Øst-Telemark - I love the unique rose motif and all the vibrant reds!

Evening dress, Design House: Callot Soeurs (French, active 1895–1937) Designer: Madame Marie Gerber (French) Date: ca. 1923 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal, pearl

Evening dress Callot Soeurs (French, active Designer: Madame Marie Gerber (French) Date: ca. 1923 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal, pearl Dimensions: Length at CB: 47 in.