Timeless Vixen Vintage
Zuhair Murad haute couture 2007 :)
Beauty has no age
Yohji Yamamoto, ‘Cutting Age’ Fashion Show in Berlin, 25th April 2013
By Kay, Editorial Assistant , The Debenhams Blog
“Here at Debenhams we believe that anyone can look fabulous in our range- which is why we’ve decided to break with Convention…
“Our Customers are not the same shape or size so our latest look book celebrates this diversity. We would be delighted if others followed our lead. Hopefully these shots will be a step, albeit a small one, towards more people feeing more comfortable about their boidies,’” said Ed Watson, Director of PR, Debenhams”
Dress by Worth || KCI || c. 1874
The Kyoto Costume Institute added new photos! I’m not sure if this is one of them, but I don’t recognize it.. so I assume so!
Ca. 1842, British, silk & cotton.
This is a striking example of how 18th-century fabric was treasured. The textile was probably originally a 1740s dress which was taken apart and then reconfigured into this fashionable dress in the early 1840s. The elongated waist and V-shaped bodice front emphasize the bust and wide shoulders and were key features of the dresses of the period. | THE MET
Charles Fredrick Worth, 1887
The Metropolitan Museum of Art