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History of dress

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The one that got away with not only her head, but money, estates, and freedom to do as she pleased.  Smart woman.
History of Hats | Gallery - Chapter 9 - Village Hat Shop
Portrait of a lady with a pearl headdress | Artist unknown, central european school (c.1625/35)

History of Dress Ch. 8 - Snow White

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English Farthingale- or type of framework worn in England consisting of hoops that emphasize the hips
Peascod Belly- a men's style that exaggerated the stomach by padding it
Busk- The center bone in an upper-class lady's corset. Often made of wood, ivory, or bone and elaborately carved. It would be slipped into a special pocket in the corset and secured in place with ribbons.

History of Dress Ch. 8 - Other

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Op art, short for optical art, is a style of visual art that uses optical illusions. Op art works are abstract, with many better known pieces created in black and white
space age fashion- styles inspired by the space exploration of the 1960's, included garments like space suits and helmets
1960's accessories- 60s sunglasses took on shapes such as half moon, wraparound, horn rim, oval, octagon, and Harlequin, and came in a range of pastels and primary colors. Fashionable 60s sunglasses were meant to be seen, not necessarily to see well in.

History of Dress Ch. 18 - 1960's

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Granny dresses- had a high neckline and the hems were ankle length. They could also be decorated with buttons, lace, or ruffles, and may display leg-of-mutton sleeves. They were part of the neo-Victorian trend
Zandra Rhodes- one of the new wave of British designers who put London at the forefront of the international fashion scene in the 1970s. Her designs are considered unconventional, and her colorful prints were often inspired by travel. She used reversed exposed seams and jeweled safety pins and tears during the punk era
Rudolf "Rudi" Gernreich was an Austrian-born American fashion designer whose avant-garde clothing designs are generally regarded as the most innovative and dynamic fashion of the 1960s

History of Dress Ch. 18 - 1970's

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The pleats of these cheerleading skirts provided more freedom of movement than their straight cut predecessors of the 1930s. Cheerleaders with the Football Queen, 1947 (Courtesy of archives.syr.edu)
The beatniks during the late Fifties made the beret their own, it was as vital as a Jack Kerouac book or a frothy cup of cappuccino. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Schiaparelli in collaboration with Surrealists (Dali), 1937-38 "Shoe Hat"

History of Dress Ch. 16 - 30's and WWII

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Oxfords: Early 1920's. British. Made of leather and silk. These were a popular style of shoe during the time. These oxfords have a small heel which was very common. The leather on these shoes seem to be in great condition.
TWO EVENING GOWNS, 1920'S 1 black silk chiffon w/ rhinestone beading at neckline & hip; 1 white lace bias cut dress & jacket, low hip tie w/ pearl buckle,handkerchief hem, jacket ties at front
Cubism in fashion: fashion characterized by the cubism movement -- stylized by bold geometric shapes and hard thick lines

History of Dress Ch. 16 - The 1920's

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Delphos gown- finely pleated silk dress made famous by Mariano Fortuny, inspired by ancient Greek dress
Minaret tunic- a wide tunic boned to hold out the skirt in a full circle and worn over the narrowest of hobble skirts.Paul Poiret would also design these!
WWI Trench Coat- waterproof coat used by British military personnel in the trenches during WWI, characterized by specific design elements, including a belted waist and double-breasted finish

History of Dress Ch. 15

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The Royal Lady's Magazine, January 1831
29-10-11  1857 dress

History of Dress Ch. 12 - Snow Queen

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1832 Princess Sophie of Bavaria Archduchess Sophie Frederike von Bayern | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Here's The Cast Of "The Little Mermaid" Now
48  Ideas For Wedding Dresses Princess Ariel The Little Mermaid #wedding

History of Dress Ch. 12 - little mermaid

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History of Dress Ch. 12 - Other

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Inspiration for Duchess Frida from American Duchess: A Trip to Valhalla Renaissance Faire, 2013
17th Century Dutch Clothing | Bodices See contemporary references, they were unlikely to have had ...

History of Dress Ch. 9 - Pocahontas

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Find out what Cinderella's costume designer Sandy Powell told InStyle about bringing the fairytale to life on the big screen.

History of Dress Ch. 9 - Cinderella

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Sherryvallies are trousers or overalls of thick cloth or leather, buttoned on the outside of each leg
This pair of women's slap shoes is from about 1660-80. These shoes had a special bottom to keep the shoes from getting stuck in mud and other muck in the streets.

History of Dress Ch. 9 - Other

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#Persia #Achaemenid Empire # Persian Ancient Costume #Fashion #History
Women’s tunic- a bit tighter than men’s tunics to accentuate the body. Wealthier women wore an under tunic, outer tunic, and shawl
Sculpture of Caesar Augustus wearing imperial Roman toga

History of Dress Ch. 4

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History of Dress Ch. 17

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paysageinterieur:  Sainte Catherine - Unknown Flemish artist  - 15th century
Red zopfe showing through braids
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History of Dress Ch. 6 - Frog King

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medieval fashion | Fashion German nobility 14tes century, Middle Ages Women`s Fashion ...
Eva's historical costuming blog: My favourite patterned clothes from the 14th century

History of Dress Ch. 6 - Sleeping Beauty

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chaperon- a form of hood worn in all parts of Western Europe in the Middle Ages. At first, it was a utilitarian garment but became a high-status hat later. It had a decorative tail behind called a “liripipe”.
cotehardie- medieval unisex garment tailored to fit the torso and arms, usually with a row of buttons down the front as well as down each fitted sleeve from the elbow to the wrist. Women's coathardies trailed on the floor, but those for men could be cut very short.
pour-point- close-fitting, long-sleeved shirt that buttoned down the front. It had carefully tailored arm sockets to allow complete range of movement for the arms which was key in battle. Heavily quilted and padded in key places where sharp parts of the armor contacted the skin

History of Dress Ch. 6 - Other

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History of Dress Ch. 14

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Spencer Coat- long-sleeved jacket that extended only to the raised waistline
Josephine - first Empress of France, married to Emperor Napoleon. She greatly influenced fashion of this time

History of Dress Ch. 11

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romantic era fashion
Fripperies and Fobs — Hoop, 1760-80 From the V&A

History of Dress Ch. 10

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Dior Couture 2004 collection, designed by John Galliano inspired by Egyptian dress
Egyptian Loincloth- cloth draped around the hips with the circular section pulled between the legs and tucked into the front
Alina Boston   An example of a "Kaunakes Garment"

History of Dress Ch. 2

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The 50 best tv and movie wedding dresses, including Game of Thrones, Outlander and Sex and the City.
Pearl Necklaces.  Eleonora di Toledo
Have you seen the Showtime series “The Borgias”? (I know it’s a few years old but I don’t care) It’s a wonderful series About the 15th century pop Alexander VI and it&…

History of Dress Ch. 7 - Rapunzel

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Camicia- a type of undershirt worn by women during the Renaissance which was often visible through the outer garments
Renaissance Italy art- art during this period was very detailed and focused largely on the human form
Doublet - a man's short form-fitting outer garment that reached the waist or hip level

History of Dress Ch. 7 - Other

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History of Dress Ch. 13

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