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Simon x Sven by Thomas Giddings for Varon Magazine

Simon x Sven by Thomas Giddings for Varon Magazine

StyleGene Vintage

StyleGene Vintage

Adaptive fabrics and clothing, where every article will fit and suit your body perfectly and be absolutely comfortable. No more pain for fashion!bianko nero stanka d meno...kolorato bello si ma ho paura k stanki...nn so

Adaptive fabrics and clothing, where every article will fit and suit your body perfectly and be absolutely comfortable. No more pain for fashion!bianko nero stanka d meno...kolorato bello si ma ho paura k stanki...nn so

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Alexander Beardin Lazursky

Alexander Beardin Lazursky

Empress Eugenie's bodices, 1850-55. Silk, chiné (warp-printed), trimmed with silk blonde lace. The Bowes Museum (photos via the Museum's website and Google Cultural Institute). Says the Museum, "Often dresses had two bodices to match a skirt. The jacket style for daywear has pagoda sleeves, whereas for evening, the short, pointed bodice has short sleeves and a lower décolletage. Behind the ribbons across the front, there would have been lace or tulle." CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.

Empress Eugenie's bodices, 1850-55. Silk, chiné (warp-printed), trimmed with silk blonde lace. The Bowes Museum (photos via the Museum's website and Google Cultural Institute). Says the Museum, "Often dresses had two bodices to match a skirt. The jacket style for daywear has pagoda sleeves, whereas for evening, the short, pointed bodice has short sleeves and a lower décolletage. Behind the ribbons across the front, there would have been lace or tulle." CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.

1860s-style purple silk dress, worn by Romy Schneider in the role of Empress Elisabeth of Austria in the film Ludwig (1972). Designed by Piero Tosi for Sartoria Tirelli (link: http://tirellicostumi.com/it/abito_oscar/ludwig_163).

1860s-style purple silk dress, worn by Romy Schneider in the role of Empress Elisabeth of Austria in the film Ludwig (1972). Designed by Piero Tosi for Sartoria Tirelli (link: http://tirellicostumi.com/it/abito_oscar/ludwig_163).

The benefits of corset covers in Edwardian fashion

The benefits of corset covers in Edwardian fashion