Owen Hyde Clarke | c. 1960
I would die to own this entire collection of dolls. Does that make me really gay? Probs, but I don’t care.
Duval and Eagan (American)ca. 1889Met
Robe à l’anglaise | c. 1780
A dress of surprisingly modern taste appeared around the time of French Revolution, during the transition period from the gorgeous Rococo style silk dresses to plain cotton dresses after the Revolution. Simple dresses from that period have. This dress made of light plain silk taffeta has a “compères” style double front bodice. The sole decoration to this dress is black lace trim.
When wearing this dress, a thin “fichu” was placed in the large opening at the top of the bodice.
Evening dress, c. 1920 (via defunctfashion)
I saw this gorgeous dress on Defunct Fashion and had to draw it! So I start scribbling and this pooped out:
And I thought well holy damn, that’s boring. So I went on a stock photo hunt and found this awesome pose and Now we’re cookin!