Rapid Change in 1920s Fashion: Women, 1924 to 1925
1925 was a year of rapid change in women’s fashions. In addition to rising hemlines, this year marked the beginning of the end for tubular dresses worn over bust-flattening undergarments, an…
LOT 610 BEADED VELVET ENSEMBLE, 1929 - whitakerauction
Sleeveless burgundy silk dress having ruched scoop neck and V-back, bodice top trimmed with silver metallic cord, pearls and rhinestones in a foliate pattern, shirred at the waist with small center streamer, upper skirt with two self ruffles above a full circle skirt with slight train; matching coat sleeveless beneath capelet, red fox fur collar and high-low hem, back having shirred fan details, satin lining, B-38, W-30, L 60-63 1/2. Displayed in Monsanto Fabrics and Fashions Through the…
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Velvet 1920's-Old Hollywood style-olive green velvet- Full length handmade robe-faux fur collar-Wedding-burlesque-gift for her
Elegant softly draped,Old Hollywood inspired,beautiful moss green velvet robe. Soft lush faux fur collar. Hook and eye front closure. Inspired by Art Deco and Erte this gorgeous cocoon robe will envelope you in soft luscious velvet and make you feel like the glamorous diva you are. Perfect for bridal or Christmas gift.Fits up to size 18. Larger sizes available by custom order. Contact me for length requirements. Get a matching turban to complete your look!
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Ensemble designed by John Galliano for Christian Dior in 1998. http://bit.ly/1GBmjxt Photo: Jean Tholance. Collection Les Arts Décoratifs, all rights reserved.