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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
i'm sorry
goober3031:

Who needs heads when all you want is suit porn

goober3031:

Who needs heads when all you want is suit porn

tammy17tummy:

Griffe, Heim and Desses, 1955

tammy17tummy:

Griffe, Heim and Desses, 1955

steampunkonda:

Steampunk-Victorian cuffs PCCC1 by JanuaryGuest

steampunkonda:

Steampunk-Victorian cuffs PCCC1 by JanuaryGuest

tea-time-for-sylvielou:

Just bought these little beauties at Modcloth! They kept selling out but I finally got them! yay! I will wear them regularly but I’m thinking a great OZ steampunk outfit would do them nicely too! ;D

tea-time-for-sylvielou:

Just bought these little beauties at Modcloth! They kept selling out but I finally got them! yay! I will wear them regularly but I’m thinking a great OZ steampunk outfit would do them nicely too! ;D

disneybound:

Buy it here!

disneybound:

Buy it here!

ornamentedbeing:

2 more examples of the parasol pocket

Ta Frips & Fob:

First gown is from MFA, c1870. The second one is c.1868-1872 and is courtesy of LACMA.

ifihadanocelot:

A clockwork dress

ifihadanocelot:

A clockwork dress

khymeira:

SOURCE: ARTIFICE CLOTHING

captainimaginary:

It’s a truth you can’t refute
Nothing suits me like a suit


Model & Photographer: Me

8D

bigbeautifulblackgirls:

Blog :http://www.illustriousliz.com/

bigbeautifulblackgirls:

Blog :http://www.illustriousliz.com/

ucresearch:

How great is Edith Head? She was nominated for 35 academy awards and won eight of them — more wins than any other costume designer. That’s also the most academy awards won by a woman, in any category.

"While other designers were busy starring their clothes in a film, Edith was making clothes to suit a character; for her, the character always came first," Bette Davis wrote. During her career, she designed for some of the biggest stars of Hollywood’s Golden Age –– Elizabeth Taylor, Natalie Wood, Bette Davis, Lucille Ball and Audrey Hepburn.

Edith was a UC Berkeley alum who studied French and began her career working as a language teacher. She began taking drawing classes at night and in 1924, she was hired by Paramount as a costume sketch artist ––despite lacking experience in design–– and worked her way up.

para-vogue:


moschino pre fall 2014 - iconic

para-vogue:

moschino pre fall 2014 - iconic

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Dresses, 1920s-70s - By Charlotte Dymock.