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Robe à la Française 1760s The Kyoto Costume Institute

Robe à la française, ca 1760 England, KCI Chinese-inspired (chinoiserie) arts were popular in the centuries as traders brought back exotic goods from the far east. In fashion and textiles,.

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Robes a la francaise ca. 1770 - Met Costume Institute Accession b

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: “ “Isabelle”, from the exhibition “Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion”. Pelisse: Moss green silk taffetas pelisse with sky blue silk lining and Point de Bruxelles lace.

Robe à la Polonaise | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art This.

Robe à la Polonaise, American. (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art

Robe Volante    1700-1735    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress Date: ca. 1750 Culture: Italian Medium: silk Dimensions: a) L. cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1926 Accession Number:

Histoire de la mode du XVIIIe siècle à Versailles. "LE XVIIIÈME AU GOÛT DU JOUR". expositions du musée Galliera mode parisienne

Robe à la Française 1770 The Kyoto Costume Institute (OMG that dress!

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Sack back gown ca. 1760 Sack back gown Place of origin: Great Britain, united kingdom Materials and Techniques: Silk, trimmed with silk cord, braid and ribbon, lined with linen

Фишю (фр. косынка, шейный платок) - тонкий треугольный платок из кружева или легких тканей (батиста, муслина), закрывающий декольте и шею. Вошел в моду в 17 веке. Сначала его носили бедные и пожилые женщины, которым богатые аристократки отдавали свои поношенные платья. Декольте у них были глубокие, и чтобы не выглядеть непристойно, новые хозяйки надевали сверху фишю.

Dress (Robe à la Polonaise 1780 British silk

Robe à la francaise, 18th century. Yellow silk brocade, woven with a pattern of…

The Fashion Museum is a world-class collection of historic fashionable dress. There are almost objects in the Fashion Museum collection.

История моды: Женский костюм 18-ого века в России.

England - Robe à l'Anglaise - Cream silk taffeta; two-layered "compères" front with buttons; black lace decoration at front bodice and cuffs; wine-colored ribbon lacing at cuffs; fichu at neck

Dress (Robe à la Française), 1770, silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Robe à la Française Date: Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 59 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, H.

Woman's Sack-back Open Robe and Petticoat | LACMA Collections 1765-1775

Woman's Sack-back Open Robe and Petticoat England, circa Costumes; principal attire (entire body) Silk brocade, passementrie, chenille, linen-lined bodice Center back length: 65 in. Center front length: 40 in. cm) Gift of Mrs.

Inglaterra, Tunica de Mujer a la inglesa, 1780-1790 cuerpo de algodon de ligamento tafetán bordado con lana.

Woman’s Robe à l’Anglaise, 1780 - 1790 Cotton w/wool embroidery.

19-11-11  Dress    1780-1785    The Victoria & Albert Museum

Robe, France, the Victoria & Albert Museum “ This gown demonstrates the fashionable styles in women’s formal dress of the The hoop has changed from the square shape of earlier decades.

Rococo Period Dress - Gown and petticoat - United Kingdom (made)  Date: ca. 1745 (woven)   1750-1760 (made)   1760-1770 (altered)  Artist/Maker: Unknown (production)  Materials and Techniques:  Silk damask, lined with linen, hand-sewn.    Victoria and Albert Museum

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Rococo Period Dress - Gown and petticoat - United Kingdom (made) Date: ca. 1745 (woven) (made) (altered) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silk damask, lined with linen, hand-sewn. Victoria and Albert Museum

Robe à la française, ca 1760 England, KCI  Chinese-inspired (chinoiserie) arts were popular in the 17th-18th centuries as traders brought back exotic goods from the far east.  In fashion and textiles, this is usually manifested through prints or construction.  Here, it comes in the form of color.  Yellow in traditional Chinese culture belonged to the ruling family alone and could not be used in any way by anyone belonging to a lower rank of society.  The emperor was even known as Huangd

Robe à la française, ca 1760 England, KCI Chinese-inspired (chinoiserie) arts were popular in the centuries as traders brought back exotic goods from the far east. In fashion and textiles,.

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