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Fashion illustration for Harper's Bazaar Magazine; stylish fashion drawing // Elisa Mazzone

Fashion illustration for Harper's Bazaar Magazine; stylish fashion drawing // Elisa Mazzone

spring time by Sheryl Young, via Behance

spring time by Sheryl Young, via Behance

Portrait - sketch by Katie Rodgers aka Paper Fashion

Portrait - sketch by Katie Rodgers aka Paper Fashion

Fashion Illustration by Esther Bayer art, watercolor, princess, mixed media, drawing, vintage vogue, painting, blue, pink, purple, red

Fashion Illustration by Esther Bayer art, watercolor, princess, mixed media, drawing, vintage vogue, painting, blue, pink, purple, red

Artist Wendy Ng -

Artist Wendy Ng -

Alexander McQueen Spring 2016 RTW

Alexander McQueen Spring 2016 RTW

Marie Antoinette would change three times in the course of the day: first of all there would be a formal silk or velvet gown to be worn to Mass, followed by a lighter, more informal muslin, lawn or cotton dress for the rest of the day and then finally a gorgeously elaborate evening dress to be worn to dinner, concerts or balls.

Marie Antoinette would change three times in the course of the day: first of all there would be a formal silk or velvet gown to be worn to Mass, followed by a lighter, more informal muslin, lawn or cotton dress for the rest of the day and then finally a gorgeously elaborate evening dress to be worn to dinner, concerts or balls.

Marie Antoinette the Movie (2006)- Finally info about those earrings! Absolutely looooove them!!!

Marie Antoinette the Movie (2006)- Finally info about those earrings! Absolutely looooove them!!!

Empress Eugenie had this Pearl parure made for her wedding to Napoleon III. She had the jewelers take the napoléonique pearls which were from the vast "order of the Pearls" of which an original parure was made for Marie~Louise. This parure had been broken up many years bears prior and Eugenie took the exact same Pearls to make her wedding jewels. In 1992 the "Amis de Louvre" purchased the tiara and it now makes its' home there.

Empress Eugenie had this Pearl parure made for her wedding to Napoleon III. She had the jewelers take the napoléonique pearls which were from the vast "order of the Pearls" of which an original parure was made for Marie~Louise. This parure had been broken up many years bears prior and Eugenie took the exact same Pearls to make her wedding jewels. In 1992 the "Amis de Louvre" purchased the tiara and it now makes its' home there.