Flapper fashion

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1920's 1930's flapper fashion, dresses, kimonos, headdresses

Susan Mochrie
Publication: Vogue Italia December 2015 Model: Anna Cleveland, Christina Carey, Erin O’Connor, Jamie Bochert Photographer: Tim Walker Fashion Editor: Jacob K Hair: Julien D’ys Make-up: Val Garland Nails: Anatole Rainey Cl Fashion, Foto Fashion, Dark Fashion, Editorial Fashion, Fashion Design, Space Fashion, Fashion 2015, Fashion Models, Tim Walker Photography

Gothic Charm School: pretty things

The Lady of the Manners. www.gothic-charm-school.com Patreon: www.Patreon.com/JillianVenters

Working on some experiments on Fortuny Delphos gowns. Beautiful Costumes, Beautiful Outfits, Carolina Herrera, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Gothic Fashion, Jeanne Lanvin, Mode Boho

Fortuny experiments - Grimilde Malatesta

Working on some experiments on Fortuny Delphos gowns.

Fortuny-styled paper dress by Isabelle de Borchgrave - incredible artistry. Vintage Outfits, Vintage Dresses, Vintage Fashion, Valentino Couture, Paper Fashion, Fashion Art, Emo Fashion, Gothic Fashion, Collection Couture

The Valentino Couture Collection, For Your Dinner Party on Mount Olympus

Aphrodite herself might murmur a polite little “Holy shit” if she saw the Valentino Spring 2016 couture collection.

Fortuny Delphos Gown with Silk Velvet Jacket, ca. Vintage Outfits, Vintage Dresses, Vintage Fashion, Retro Mode, Vintage Mode, Fashion History, Fashion Tips, Fashion Design, Style Fashion

Fortuny evening dress with silk velvet jacket, ca. 1920 (V&A T.423-1976)

Jacket of silk velvet, hand-printed with metallic pigment, trimmed with velvet, and lined with red silk and wool faille; dress of pleated black satin The multi-talented Mariano Fortuny (1871-1949) was a painter, theatre designer, photographer, inventor and scientist, although he is best known as a creator of extraordinary fabrics and clothes. In 1909 he registered his design (based on the Ionic version of the Greek classical garment the chiton) for the 'Delphos' dress, of which this…

Poiret Inspired Cocoon Coat Made from a Victorian Shawl Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Look Kimono, Kimono Coat, Tea Gown, Hippy Chic, Jeanne Lanvin, Costume Design, Mantel

Victorian Paisley Cocoon Coat

View this item and discover similar for sale at 1stDibs - This is a stunning paisley coccoon coat, designed off of coats dating from the late 1910s or early 1920s. Imported paisley shawls - much like modern Pashminas

Evening Coat by Mariano Fortuny from 1920 in silk metal from The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Vintage Dresses, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Fashion, Art Deco, Vintage Closet, Flapper Style, Mode Vintage, Textiles, Historical Clothing

Fortuny | Evening coat | Italian | The Met

Spanish-born artist and designer Mariano Fortuny was active in Italy, where he established a textile workshop and a commercial silk printing factory--a version of which still operates today. Best known for his beautiful textiles and unstructured garments, Fortuny continually referenced historical and non-Western sources, reviving and creating complex fabric treatments and dyeing techniques

This stunning evening gown is one of the most beautiful creations from the House of Callot Soeurs in the museum& permanent collection. It is one of dozens of Callot Soeurs pieces worn by Mrs. Vintage Outfits, 1920s Outfits, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Mode, Vintage Clothing, 1920 Style, Style Année 20, Looks Style, 20s Fashion

Callot Soeurs evening gown

Callot Soeurs Evening gown, 1921 1960.572 This stunning evening gown is one of the most beautiful creations from the House of Callot Soeurs in the museum’s permanent collection. It is one of dozens of Callot Soeurs pieces worn by Mrs. Potter Palmer II and then later donated to the Chicago History Museum. Unfortunately, the beautiful gold lame brocade fabric, micro-seed bead trim, and large brooch are so heavy that the very light and sheer shoulder straps started to disintegrate…

Evening Gown Of Cream Silk Satin and Orange Silk Taffeta, Hollander, L. 20s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Fashion History, Fashion Dresses, Vintage Fashion, Fashion Top, Gothic Fashion, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Outfits

Anne Louise Avery on Twitter

“A delicately beautiful hobble-style evening gown of cream silk satin and persimmon taffeta, trimmed and richly embroidered with pearls, beads and a black velvet bow, made by L.P. Hollander and Co. From the Goldstein Museum of Design.”

Evening coat, Fortuny, ca. silk and metal, Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art 20s Fashion, Art Deco Fashion, Fashion History, Retro Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Fashion Design, Paris Fashion, Granada, Jean Patou

Fortuny | Evening coat | Italian | The Met

Spanish-born artist and designer Mariano Fortuny was active in Italy, where he established a textile workshop and a commercial silk printing factory--a version of which still operates today. Best known for his beautiful textiles and unstructured garments, Fortuny continually referenced historical and non-Western sources, reviving and creating complex fabric treatments and dyeing techniques

Theda Bara in Cleopatra (and now I am off to get ready for my day! Loads of friends in town for the Grammys! Silent Film Stars, Movie Stars, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Popular Actresses, The Vamps, Vintage Beauty, Vintage Style, Vintage Ladies

Classic Hollywood

The Golden Era, when Stars were Stars... My mixed/personal Tumblr is roseoftheriogrande.tumblr.com My last.fm is last.fm/user/miss_anastasia

to mid Centuries Fashion: A Look Back 1920s Evening Dress, Evening Dress Patterns, Designer Evening Dresses, Evening Gowns, Edwardian Dress, Edwardian Fashion, 1940s Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Flapper Fashion

17th to late 20th Centuries Fashion: A Look Back

• Evening Dress. Designer: Hollander, L.P. Date: 1916-1917 Place of origin: United States

Theda Bara ~ Theda’s heavily kholed eyes went on to inspire cinema goers to vamp up their looks - and lives Vintage Hollywood, Hollywood Glamour, Classic Hollywood, 1920s Glamour, Hollywood Heroines, Hollywood Actresses, Lillian Gish, Sound Film, Creepy Stories

The creepy story of Hollywood’s first ‘vampire’ actress Theda Bara

Until she was 30, the silent film actress' career was unremarkable - then she suddenly became the mysterious channel between sex and evil