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Cage Crinoline Made Of Horsehair - Probably American c. Mid 19th Century - The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Cage Crinoline Made Of Horsehair - Probably American c. Mid 19th Century - The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Petticoat Made Of Horsehair - American Or European c. Mid 19th Century - The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Petticoat Made Of Horsehair - American Or European c. Mid 19th Century - The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Crinoline (horsehair petticoat), ca. 1845; MMA C.I.43.126.26

Crinoline (horsehair petticoat), ca. 1845; MMA C.I.43.126.26

French subtle paisley shawl (from Meg Andrews web site)

French subtle paisley shawl (from Meg Andrews web site)

Shawl with Boteh Motif Date: early 19th century (made) Place: Kashmir Artist/maker: Unknown

Shawl with Boteh Motif Date: early 19th century (made) Place: Kashmir Artist/maker: Unknown

Shawl; a Scottish reproduction of Indian and Persian hand-woven shawls. The primary center for machine woven reproduction Indian shawls became Paisley, Scotland. The shawls from this location were so prominent on the market that the style and boteh form of the shawls has been generally referred to as paisleys since.

Shawl; a Scottish reproduction of Indian and Persian hand-woven shawls. The primary center for machine woven reproduction Indian shawls became Paisley, Scotland. The shawls from this location were so prominent on the market that the style and boteh form of the shawls has been generally referred to as paisleys since.

Shawl; 19th century; The Metropolitan Museum of Art. In the mid-late 19th century, when machine woven European copies of imported Kashmir shawls dominated the fashion scene, costly handmade originals were still imported for wealthy customers. When styles changed from the wide hoop skirts and voluminous shawls of the 1860s to the bustle dress and shaped mantle of the 1870s, these beloved shawls were incorporated into the new fashion. https://www.vintagetextile.com/new_page_325.htm

Shawl; 19th century; The Metropolitan Museum of Art. In the mid-late 19th century, when machine woven European copies of imported Kashmir shawls dominated the fashion scene, costly handmade originals were still imported for wealthy customers. When styles changed from the wide hoop skirts and voluminous shawls of the 1860s to the bustle dress and shaped mantle of the 1870s, these beloved shawls were incorporated into the new fashion. https://www.vintagetextile.com/new_page_325.htm

In the 1970s a new “mood” was announced through the delicate pages of Vogue Australia.

In the 1970s a new “mood” was announced through the delicate pages of Vogue Australia.

Emerald green jumpsuit, 1972. #swoon #meekakaan

Emerald green jumpsuit, 1972. #swoon #meekakaan

Pucci Evening Gown, 1970s, Augusta Auctions, April 9, 2014 - NYC, Lot 277

Pucci Evening Gown, 1970s, Augusta Auctions, April 9, 2014 - NYC, Lot 277