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French farthingale reproduction of Irish linen with grosgrain ribbon by Danielle Jordan - Costume Technologist

Robe de Style Design House: House of Lanvin (French, founded 1889) Designer: Jeanne Lanvin (French, 1867–1946) Date: 1922 Culture: French Medium: cotton, silk, glass, metal

Robe de Style (front view) House of Lanvin Designer: Jeanne Lanvin Date: 1922 Culture: French Medium: cotton, silk, glass, metal Accession Number: b

Lanvin robe de style, ca. 1926. Scanned from Lanvin by Dean Merceron via Fashion

Lanvin robe de style, ca. Scanned from Lanvin by Dean Merceron via Fashion Museum (Muzealne Mody).

Robe de Style  Jeanne Lanvin, 1922  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Robe de Style Design House: House of Lanvin (French, founded Designer: Jeanne Lanvin (French, Date: 1922 Culture: French Medium: silk, glass, metallic thread Dimensions: Length (from shoulder): 47 in.

1861-70

Blue watered silk wedding dress with lace trim, and white glazed cotton corset and crinoline hoopskirt, c.

Cage crinoline, 1862. Worn to expand the width of a woman's dress. Made with cotton and metal.

The cage crinoline was a contribution to the popularity of wide skirts. This is a British style crinoline dated 1862 and made with cotton and metal. From the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Vintage Party Dress by Jeanne Lanvin 1925

Robe de Style, Jeanne Lanvin: ca. shot silk embellished with tamboured roses and other flowers, the tiers trimmed with floral lappets. When zooming in, it's clear that the skirt is gathered level, and the dropped front point is simply laid over the skirt.

Hoop, 1760-80 From the V&A

Panniers: are women's undergarments worn in the and centuries to extend the width of the skirts at the side while leaving the front and back relatively flat

Period Corsets®  1770s  Epitomize eighteenth century ostentation wearing an embroidered c. 1770 Judith corset, Full Pannier, Eighteenth Century Petticoat, and Chemise with lace trim.

notice the yoke around the waist of the petticoat. Period Corsets® Epitomize eighteenth century ostentation wearing an embroidered c. 1770 Judith corset, Full Pannier, Eighteenth Century Petticoat, and Chemise with lace trim.

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