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imagine this dress without the amazing crinoline. A good thought for sewing, for under dress and even skirt Black velvet dress with white ruffles Christian Dior, 1957 (photo Sacha van Dorssen,

Balenciaga, 1951

wehadfacesthen: “ A model wears an evening dress by Balenciaga in a 1951 photo by Philippe Pottier ”

Paris, 1920s

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1958 dress

Kouka Denis in two-piece guipure lace dress by Yves Saint Laurent for Dior, 1958 black lace dress evening cocktail ballet length long sleeves bow belt shoes hair gloves model designer couture late era vintage

Sewing the 60s - Dressing the Decade. A study on 60's sewing patterns, year by year

Wellington Boots Black

Sewing the - Dressing the Decade. A study on sewing patterns, year by year High quality Vintage maps. I definitely love the 1960 and 1961 style!

Resultat d'imatges de print 50's fashionista

TEA-LENGTH COWEL NECK Dress Dior designer black dress full skirt portrait cowl collar off shoulder buttons dress cocktail knee length silk satin designer couture movie star sophia loren fashion magazine print ad model photo

this comes from a 1920 fashion board... The Roaring 20's flapper dresses; hats…

Barbara Stanwyck, Ziegfeld girl, by Alfred Cheney Johnston, ca. 1924 Barbara Stanwyck as a Ziegfeld girl (c.

Wards Summer Dresses

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on a ship: models wearing Norman Hartnell, 1953 - via dovima_is_devine_II, via Flickr

4 gold and white evening gowns by Norman Hartnell from Gold and white were used to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Hartnell also designed Queen Elizabeth's coronation and wedding gowns.

Christian Dior's "New Look" For His Debut Collection, 1947                                                                                                                                                                                 More

1940s Fashion: Iconic Looks And The Women Who Made Them Famous