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various clothes i don't want to forget about either for art reference or character building.
i know it's a mess and nothing works
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tammy17tummy:

Dior 1954

tammy17tummy:

Dior 1954

omgthatdress:

Evening Coat
Liberty & Co., 1910-1915
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Evening Coat

Liberty & Co., 1910-1915

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Evening Coat
Weeks, 1910-1912
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Evening Coat

Weeks, 1910-1912

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Bracelet
1910
Christie’s

omgthatdress:

Bracelet

1910

Christie’s

Fashion Wonderland: Badgley Mischka pre-fall 2014

inthefuturelifewillbe:

Favorite Outfits

Ulyana Sergeenko

1-10/?


Dsquared2 A/W 2010

Dsquared2 A/W 2010

deprincessed:

Each designer has a signature piece which represents their whole aesthetic, and in my mind this corset from Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 1996 is quintessentially everything that Lee stood for. The lilac silk faille corset was covered in a web of black lace and embroidered with beads, inspired by the Victorian age (it was symbolic for mourning) as many of McQueen’s earlier pieces were. Its sharp high neck obstructed the view of the model and had a look as if it belonged to the villain of some twisted fairytale, making the piece raw and unapologetic, but also added a kind of melancholy. This piece is alluring but not particulary conventionally beautiful, which is one of the things that I admire about McQueen’s work; he has this innate ability to find beauty even in the darkest of places, to give ugliness a new kind of attraction. This artistic eye lead McQueen to create an unmatched legacy of haunting collections that will go down in history. image via.

omgthatdress:

Ring
René Lalique, 1900
Sotheby’s

omgthatdress:

Ring

René Lalique, 1900

Sotheby’s

omgthatdress:

Radishes
René Boivin, 1985
Christie’s

omgthatdress:

Radishes

René Boivin, 1985

Christie’s

Fashion Wonderland: Elie Saab f/w 2013-2014

omgthatdress:

Qipao Ensemble

1930s

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Qipaos
1950s-1960s
The Victoria & Albert Museum

omgthatdress:

Qipaos

1950s-1960s

The Victoria & Albert Museum