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The great puzzle | Catherine Couturier Gallery - Houston, Texas

Alice's Illustrated Adventures In Wonderland: Chapter 2 ~ The Pool Of Tears by Maggie Taylor

THE GREAT COUTURIER FACE LOOK

THE GREAT COUTURIER FACE LOOK

The sketch by the Queen's favourite couturier Norman Hartnell that was to become Her Majesty's Coronation gown

PICTURED: The sketch by the Queen's favourite couturier Norman Hartnell that was to become Her Majesty's Coronation gown

1883 Worth Evening Dress; The great couturier Charles Frederick Worth was widely regarded as "an artist of luxury." He created dresses that were expensive confections of lavish fabrics, trimmings, and embroidery for a clientele of wealthy Europeans and Americans. Worth proclaimed, "We live by and for luxury."

Evening Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, 1883 The Museum at FIT - The House of Worth was probably the finest dressmaker in Victorian England.

“Fashion fades, style is eternal” Yves Saint Laurent once said. Fall Winter 1978/79 Haute Couture collection represented a milestone in the stylistic path of the great French couturier. The collection was named “Pure Elegance” and although Saint Laurent's modernist impulses suggest a conceptual affinity to traditions established by Jean Patou and Coco Chanel he has cited, in that occasion, his admiration for the work of Elsa Schiaparelli, the designer best remembered for her surrealist…

“Fashion fades, style is eternal” Yves Saint Laurent once said. Fall Winter 1978/79 Haute Couture collection represented a milestone in the stylistic path of the great French couturier. The collection was named “Pure Elegance” and although Saint Laurent's modernist impulses suggest a conceptual affinity to traditions established by Jean Patou and Coco Chanel he has cited, in that occasion, his admiration for the work of Elsa Schiaparelli, the designer best remembered for her surrealist…

This is political because the government is basically begging women for help. WWII. WAVES recruiting poster

1940s Ladies Workwear Clothes- Rosie's to Nurses

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