Is it just me or...?

geisha-kai:

April 2014: maiko Tomitae dancing at the Heian Shrine by TAMAYURA on Flickr

geisha-kai:

April 2014: maiko Tomitae dancing at the Heian Shrine by TAMAYURA on Flickr

fripperiesandfobs:

Balenciaga evening dress, 1951
From the Cristóbal Balenciaga Museoa

fripperiesandfobs:

Balenciaga evening dress, 1951

From the Cristóbal Balenciaga Museoa

glutting:

why did this make me think of Garron figmentsofimages

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fashionsfromhistory:

Evening Dresses
c.1911-1913
France

The empire style of a straight column of drapery and a high waist was high fashion especially in the years 1912 and 1913. Heavy fringe on delicate fabrics was popular, too, like the white silk fringe and silver beaded fringe on the sleeves and on the train of the green dress. The bodice is trimmed with pale pink pearls and pink chiffon rose buds. The other evening gown has similar proportions with the high waist and short sleeves, although the shape is less angular and more curved, like the swirling feathers “drawn” on the net overskirt in black and silver sequins. However soft they both look, they both are boned in the bodice. Both dresses belonged to Florence Elizabeth Hopwood ‘11 who married the widowed tycoon, Charles William Gates soon after her graduation. Both dresses are likely made in France. (Smith College Historic Clothing Collection)

Smith College Historic Clothing Collection

fashionsfromhistory:

Evening Dresses

c.1911-1913

France

The empire style of a straight column of drapery and a high waist was high fashion especially in the years 1912 and 1913. Heavy fringe on delicate fabrics was popular, too, like the white silk fringe and silver beaded fringe on the sleeves and on the train of the green dress. The bodice is trimmed with pale pink pearls and pink chiffon rose buds. The other evening gown has similar proportions with the high waist and short sleeves, although the shape is less angular and more curved, like the swirling feathers “drawn” on the net overskirt in black and silver sequins. However soft they both look, they both are boned in the bodice. Both dresses belonged to Florence Elizabeth Hopwood ‘11 who married the widowed tycoon, Charles William Gates soon after her graduation. Both dresses are likely made in France. (Smith College Historic Clothing Collection)

Smith College Historic Clothing Collection

nosleeptilbushwick:

this is absolutely incredible

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deaupeassmango:

asieyonce:

dynastylnoire:

Gabourey knows about that life


I love ha lol

LOL YAAASSS

deaupeassmango:

asieyonce:

dynastylnoire:

Gabourey knows about that life

I love ha lol

LOL YAAASSS

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