Pearl beading with feather embroidery

Pearl beading with feather embroidery

Carolina Herrera at New York Spring 2015

Carolina Herrera at New York Spring 2015

belíssima aplicação, boa para a transformação de vestido ou top,

belíssima aplicação, boa para a transformação de vestido ou top,

Chanel Fashion Show details

Chanel Fashion Show details

Elsa Schiaparelli (1890-1973) enjoyed the enormous publicity that her more bizarre creations generated, but her less provocative designs rarely caused a furore and have been somewhat neglected. She often referred to her simple black dresses and their versatility, and regularly wore black herself. Schiaparelli gave this dress to the V after her retirement. Here she composed a short-sleeved dress in matt black crepe. The extremely simple, fluid shape is relieved by a slashed neckline and a bo

Elsa Schiaparelli (1890-1973) enjoyed the enormous publicity that her more bizarre creations generated, but her less provocative designs rarely caused a furore and have been somewhat neglected. She often referred to her simple black dresses and their versatility, and regularly wore black herself. Schiaparelli gave this dress to the V after her retirement. Here she composed a short-sleeved dress in matt black crepe. The extremely simple, fluid shape is relieved by a slashed neckline and a bo

mila iquise flowers - Google-Suche

mila iquise flowers - Google-Suche

Purple Rose and Silver Leaves • all embroidered  with beads.

Purple Rose and Silver Leaves • all embroidered with beads.

Bordado

Bordado

make the applique and then apply it to another applique piece for a 3D effect

make the applique and then apply it to another applique piece for a 3D effect

Brodeurs, plumassiers, bottiers, peaussiers… Bienvenue dans les ateliers du rêve, où le savoir-faire à la française défie la crise et le temps. Journaliste et présentatrice télé (1), Alexandra Golovanoff est allée pour nous à la rencontre de ces artistes de l’ombre, dont l’ordinaire se nourrit d’extraordinaire.

Brodeurs, plumassiers, bottiers, peaussiers… Bienvenue dans les ateliers du rêve, où le savoir-faire à la française défie la crise et le temps. Journaliste et présentatrice télé (1), Alexandra Golovanoff est allée pour nous à la rencontre de ces artistes de l’ombre, dont l’ordinaire se nourrit d’extraordinaire.

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