Collection by 靖恩 鄭

靖恩 鄭
Plaid silk dress, English or Scottish Fashion Institute of Technology 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Tartan Dress, Silk Dress, Silk Skirt, Jane Austen, Scottish Dress, Regency Dress

Fripperies and Fobs

Evening dress ca. 1812 From the Museum at FIT via Fashion Plus Lifestyle

Ideas For Clothes Vintage Victorian Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Teen Swag, Doctor Costume, Teen Girl Outfits, Ethnic Dress, Russian Fashion, Trendy Clothes For Women, Red Riding Hood

Амбротипия Миши Бурлацкого

Фотограф Миша Бурлацкий занимается съёмкой фотографий по старинному способу, называющимся амбротипией. В результате этого процесса с помощью специальной техники, оптики и последующей обработки... 23 фото

The sleeve is interesting. 1812 Madame de Staël by Vladimir Lukich Borovikovsky (State Tretyakov Gallery, Moskva Russia) Jane Austen, Regency Dress, Regency Era, Art Romantique, La Malmaison, Empire Style, Glamour, Pride And Prejudice, Historical Costume

1812 Madame de Staël by Vladimir Lukich Borovikovsky (State Tretyakov Gallery, Moskva Russia) | Grand Ladies

Borovikovsky portrays Mme. de Staël wearing Empire-style dress with a jeweled head band beneath her turban and a jeweled belt.

Historical fashion and costume design. Vintage Outfits, Vintage Gowns, 1800s Fashion, Victorian Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Regency Dress, Regency Era, Gauze Dress

Evening dress, 1810′sFrom the DAR Museum (Fripperies and Fobs)

Evening dress, 1810′sFrom the DAR Museum, a post from the blog Fripperies and Fobs on Bloglovin’

Mrs Bertins Jewelry Box: Dress of the Week: Princess Charlotte’s Russian Dress Jane Austen, Princesa Charlotte, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, 1800s Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Gowns

Princess Charlotte's "Russian Dress" from 1817, as seen in her portrait by George Dawe, with a more elegant lace blouse or bodice. This is the last of the princess's dresses to survive, and was likely worn when she was pregnant. Museum of London. (From the Book IN ROYAL FASHION by Kay Staniland.)

Portrait of S. Rayevskaya - Vladimir Borovikovsky - 1813 - Pushkin Museum of Fine Art, Moscow, Russia Turbans, Jane Austen, Regency Gown, Regency Era, Rococo Style, Empire Style, Russian Fashion, Historical Clothing, 1800s Clothing

1813 S. A. Raevskaya by Vladimir Lukich Borovikovsky (State Pushkin Museum, Moskva Russia) | Grand Ladies

Mme. Raevskaya wears an Empire style dress with either slide-on cloth arm bands or sewn in strips to decorate the sleeves of her otherwise plain dress.

1810's Russia Regency Dress, Fashion Dresses, Women's Fashion, Female Clothing, Marie Antoinette, Jane Austen, Napoleon, Sewing Clothes, Plays

XX века (-)

Эрмитаж справедливо называют сокровищницей мирового искусства. Он хранит бесценные собрания самых различных художественных и культурных памятников, созданных человечеством от древнейших времен до наших дней. Коллекции музея, основанного в 1764 году, существенно обогатились после Великой Октябрьской революции. Сейчас в нем хранится свыше двух с половиной миллионов произведений живописи, скульптуры, графики, прикладного искусства, медалей и монет, военных доспехов, археологических материалов…

Regency gown in the McCord Museum, Montreal. 1800s Fashion, 19th Century Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Steampunk Fashion, Vintage Beauty, 17th Century, Gothic Fashion, Regency Dress, Regency Era

HSF #1: 1813 Evening Gown

Historical Sew Fortnightly (HSF) Challenge #1 complete! It was actually completed a few days ago, which I am super pleased about. Even better is that it is for a Regency ball in February, and it is entirely complete a full month ahead of time! All the trim, all the closures, everything! All I have to…

The peasants of St Petersburg: Fascinating pictures from the capture the gritty world of Russia before the Revolution Russian Beauty, Russian Fashion, Russian Culture, Russian Revolution, Russian Folk, Russian Style, Russian Art, Imperial Russia, Folk Costume

Incredible Photos of Russian Peasants in the 1800s

Russian peasants were a completely separate class from the land owners and nobility, many of whom must have considered their underlings less than human. Most peasants were actually serfs – individuals owned by or legally tied to their masters – before The Peasant Reform of 1861. The first major liberal reform in Russia, it freed…