Новая книга Haute Couture Ateliers: The Artisans of Fashion
Об искусстве haute couture много говорят, мало знают и редко читают. Книга Haute Couture Ateliers: The Artisans of Fashion издательства Thames & Hudson рассказывает о мо
no personal or even thrifted embroidery to share this week...but I did find this embroidered skirt online at anthropologie: although not quite the same thing, this week's vintage embroidery pattern would still look pretty repeated along the bottom of a skirt too: happy stitching!
Maison Lesage: How its Atelier Realizes Dreams — CoutureNotebook
As the head of embroidery house Lesage, Hubert Barrère is creating “food” for designers’ creative inspirations and continuing the long tradition of stunning craftsmanship so closely associated with the world of Haute Couture. Chanel, Dior, Valentino, Alexandre Vauthier, Gustavo Lins, Bouchra Jarrar
House of Worth | Ball gown | French | The Met
Jean-Philippe Worth succeeded his father as designer for the House of Worth, creating to great favor the stiffened, slightly archaic, rococo revival of the turn of the century. The house continued its virtuoso technical achievements, as represented in this example, in which metallic thread is couched to render baskets and scrolling ribbons, and ivory marquisette is cut into circles and pulled in at the perimeter to make the soft three-dimensional petals that are then applied to the fabric
Beetle Wing Embroidery | Nomadic Decorator
This image was initially saved in a “peacock” inspiration folder, to be shared later in a long post about peacock colors: Then I read the description about this Southern Indian antique embroidery from around 1880. I discovered something mind-blowing! What do you think those peacock-colored iridescent specks are? They are beetle wings. Yes! Very skilled … Continue reading "Beetle Wing Embroidery"