Fortuny dress (Delphos, 1907) and cape (Cnosos, 1906) exhibited at the Museo del Traje in 2010 as part of a Fortuny exhibition. Amigos del Museo del Traje

Fortuny dress (Delphos, and cape (Cnosos, exhibited at the Museo del Traje in 2010 as part of a Fortuny exhibition. Amigos del Museo del Traje by SayaValentine

Wedding Dress Cristobal Balenciaga, 1957 Museo del Traje

Wedding Dress Cristobal Balenciaga, 1957 Museo del Traje (OMG that dress!)

Wedding Dress Cristobal Balenciaga, 1957 Museo del Traje (**Beautiful gown - just please make up your mind, long OR short sleeves!

Alraris: O szwie princess seam i wykrojach sukni z przełomu XIV i XV wieku.

Tunic of Dona Teresa Gil, from worked on by the Museo del Traje, Madrid. (It's location is now in the religious comunity that was founded with the money that Dona Teresa Gil left for that in her will

An understatedly lovely dress, 1800-1805, Museo del Traje. #Regency #1800s #fashion

Dress ca. From the Museo del Traje - I like how you could make this with solid white (less expensive) fabric but dress it up with the transparent hem.

Evening dress ca. 1865-68. Two-piece dress of Gros de Naples silk taffeta. V-neckline decorated with pleated silk organza, satin ribbon, & mechanical lace frill. Museo del Traje, Madrid, site & Facebook

Two-piece dress of Gros de Naples silk taffeta. V-neckline decorated with pleated silk organza, satin ribbon, and mechanical lace frill. Via Museo del Traje, Madrid.

Wedding dress, 1840′sFrom the Museo del Traje via the Museo del...

This is a wedding dress from the The first white wedding dress was worn in the White wedding dressed did not start trending until 1840 when Queen Victoria wore a white dress to her wedding.

Polonaise c. 1775-1780, Museo del Traje Looking closer : this is not a true polonaise : there is a seam at the waist on the side.

Polonaise c. Museum of Costume example of Zone Front Rococo Atelier: Proper robe à la polonaise: Inspiration and some research

Vest feminine floating silk warp coarse gray that draw a zig-zag decoration and scrolls. Adjusted body extends in the front with a pronounced peak. The neckband neck tops in small rectangular pieces adorning the neckline. D. Donation of Andalusia 1590-1620 Eusebio Güell (Viscount), 1934 Inventory: MT01037 The pattern books of John of Alcega, 1589, and Burguen Rocha, 1618, show similar doublets for women. Carmen Bernis, in his article "The fashion in the Spain of Philip II" for the exhibition…

Female silk doublet with floating coarse gray warp that draw a zigzag decoration and scrolls. Adjusted body extends in the front with a pronounced peak. The collar neckband shoots in small rectangular pieces adorning the neck circumference.

Pinterest
Search