A traveling suit, coat, and skirt, designed by Jacques Doucet (1853-1929), c. 1892-97. from The Victoria & Albert Museum Collections by jenniferET
jenniferET
jenniferET A traveling suit, coat, and skirt, designed by Jacques Doucet (1853-1929), c. 1892-97. from The Victoria & Albert Museum Collections
Closet Envy
Suit  Jacques Doucet  (French, Paris 1853–1929 Paris) by kerry
kerry
kerry Suit Jacques Doucet (French, Paris 1853–1929 Paris)
Future house Inspiration
Ball Gown By Jacques Doucet (1853-1929) - Made Of Silk And Metal - French  c.1898-1900 by jone yang
jone yang
jone yang Ball Gown By Jacques Doucet (1853-1929) - Made Of Silk And Metal - French c.1898-1900
women clothes
Evening coat, c. 1920, by Mariano Fortuny. From the collections of the Charleston Museum. by esperanza
esperanza
esperanza Evening coat, c. 1920, by Mariano Fortuny. From the collections of the Charleston Museum.
Travel
The panel over the mantle painted by Rex Whistler c 1932 in the Chinese Bedroom, 12 N Audley Street, London.  Photo from Victoria  Albert Museum. by matilda
matilda
matilda The panel over the mantle painted by Rex Whistler c 1932 in the Chinese Bedroom, 12 N Audley Street, London. Photo from Victoria Albert Museum.
illlustration
Day dress, Mrs. Francis (?), Britain, ca. 1885. Jacket bodice & skirt of jacquard-woven silk fastened with mother-of-pearl buttons & trimmed with dark blue silk satin decorated with honeycombing. Bodice lined with cotton & whalebone strips. Dense pattern of violets springing from bed of vine leaves. Design woven by powered jacquard loom & is example of good commercially-produced fabric. Victoria & Albert Museum by roseann
roseann
roseann Day dress, Mrs. Francis (?), Britain, ca. 1885. Jacket bodice & skirt of jacquard-woven silk fastened with mother-of-pearl buttons & trimmed with dark blue silk satin decorated with honeycombing. Bodice lined with cotton & whalebone strips. Dense pattern of violets springing from bed of vine leaves. Design woven by powered jacquard loom & is example of good commercially-produced fabric. Victoria & Albert Museum
Historical Babes