Edwardian Fashion

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Women's Edwardian fashion. Dresses, gowns, separates, lingerie, and underpinnings. 1900 - 1919

Ravin' Mayven
Vintage hand-tinted photo with an Edwardian vibe - circa 1915 years after the Edwardian period). Victorian Photos, Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Vintage Photographs, Old Pictures, Vintage Images, Old Photos, Vintage Abbildungen, Vintage Couples

Victorian romance - 3 of 5

Victorian romance - couple in love - circa 1915 hand-tinted photograph. (These are some of my "romantic" favorites.) This image is part of a collection of 16 Victorian Romance Pictures and a collection of 54 Vintage Valentine Clip Art images -- all digitally restored and available as prints or hi-res downloads.

Paul Poiret opera coat ca. 1911 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Paul Poiret, Moda Retro, Moda Vintage, Vintage Mode, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, 1920s Clothing, Belle Epoque, Edwardian Fashion

Paul Poiret | Opera coat | French | The Met

Breaking with nineteenth-century couture conventions, Paul Poiret’s designs of the 1910s relied on draping techniques rather than tailoring. This approach yielded soft, flowing forms that hung loosely from the body, a departure from precisely shaped pattern pieces made to fit the exaggerated contours of a corseted figure

Mauve Printed Afternoon Dress, ca. 1900 – Nancy DeBoer Mauve Printed Afternoon Dress, ca. 1900 Mauve Printed Afternoon Dress, ca. Edwardian Clothing, Edwardian Dress, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Edwardian Era, 1900s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Gothic Fashion

Augusta Auctions

North America's #1 auction house for Couture & Vintage Fashion. Augusta Auctions accepts consignments of historic clothing and textiles from museums, estates and individuals.

"Pré Catelan" Designer: Paul Poiret (French, Paris Paris) Date: 1918 Culture: French Medium: silk, metallic thread Dimensions: Length at CB: 52 in. Paul Poiret, Lanvin, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Belle Epoque, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Edwardian Style, Vintage Dresses

Paul Poiret |

‘Pré Catelan’ refers to the restaurant in the Bois de Boulogne famous for its lavish Belle Époque interiors. Its attractive gardens made it a favored meeting place on summer evenings. This unlined coat of chiffon-weight lame would have contributed to a spectacular entrance

Black velvet evening coat with beaded ornamentation, designed by the couture House of Worth in Paris, c. It was worn by Ethel Sanford wife of carpet industrialist, John Sanford of. Look Vintage, Vintage Coat, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Belle Epoque, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, House Of Worth, Opera Coat

The Charleston Museum

Black velvet evening coat with beaded ornamentation, designed by the couture House of Worth in Paris, c. 1912. It was worn by Ethel Sanford (1873-1924), wife of carpet industrialist, John Sanford of...

House of Worth, numbered couture coat, Jeanne Lanvin, Edwardian Clothing, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, 1900s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Edwardian House, House Of Worth

#7199 Worth numbered couture coat at VintageTextile.com

Worth numbered couture coat.With a circular cut,coat is smooth across the shoulders, falling to the hem in deep folds.Ethnic-inspired wide pointed sleeves end with elaborately braided tassels.

Tea gown, Henry van de Velde *this looks like an Asthetic Reform dress* 1890s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Style, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Art Nouveau, Tea Gown, Gibson Girl

Das neue Kunst-Prinzip in der modernen Frauen – Kleidung

Tea gown, Henry van de Velde

Dress, evening (woman's) 1917 Plain weave; Net, machine; Pile; Applique Silk velvet; Silk taffeta; Silk net; Moiré ribbon; Smocking TC 83.10-181 Edwardian Dress, Edwardian Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Retro Fashion, Vintage Fashion, 20th Century Women, Silk Taffeta, Vintage Outfits

Henry Art Gallery - Objects

Dress, evening (woman's) 1917 Plain weave; Net, machine; Pile; Applique Silk velvet; Silk taffeta; Silk net; Moiré ribbon; Smocking TC 83.10-181

From the Archives: Aesthetes, Bohemians & Craftsmen: Artistic Dress, Edwardian Clothing, Edwardian Era, Edwardian Fashion, Historical Clothing, Vintage Fashion, 20th Century Women, 20th Century Fashion, 19th Century, Vintage Glamour

From the Archives: Aesthetes, Bohemians & Craftsmen: Artistic Dress, 1880s–1920s

While doing some research for an upcoming blog post, I had the chance to revisit images from our 2008 exhibit Aesthetes, Bohemians & Craftsmen: Artistic Dress, 1880s–1920s. Combining fashion, textiles, furniture and ephemera, Aesthetes, Bohemians & Craftsmen followed the path of the design rebellion that occurred in reaction to 19th century industrialization. Originating in mid-19th century England, Artistic dress was sparked by influential artists who subverted societal norms. Rejecting the…