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MBFW Stockholm S/S ‘12 (Women) - The Swedish School of Textiles

This pictures are from my own choice taken from The Swedish School of Textile’s S/S collection showed in MBFW Stockholm S/S ‘12
(Estas imagenes son de mi propia seleccion tomadas de la coleccion P/V de The Swedish School of Textile mostrada en el MBFW Estocolmo P/V ‘12)

Here we can see designs of young and talented Swedish designers.

hace 2 años / 46 notes .:.

 

MBFW Stockholm S/S ‘12 (Women) - V Ave Shoe Repair, Rützou, Filippa K.  and more.

This pictures are from my own choice of MBFW Stockholm S/S ‘12
(Estas imagenes son de mi propia seleccion del MBFW Estocolmo P/V ‘12)

hace 2 años / 44 notes .:.

MBFW Stockholm S/S ‘12 (Women) - Altewai-Saome, Ida Sjöstedt, Tiger of Sweden and more.

This pictures are from my own choice of MBFW Stockholm S/S ‘12
(Estas imagenes son de mi propia seleccion del MBFW Estocolmo P/V ‘12)

hace 2 años / 39 notes .:.

MBFW Stockholm S/S ‘12 (Women) - Rodebjer, Cheap Monday, Dagmar and more.

This pictures are from my own choice of MBFW Stockholm S/S ‘12
(Estas imagenes son de mi propia seleccion del MBFW Estocolmo P/V ‘12)

hace 2 años / 46 notes .:.

Christopher Kane Resort 2012

Christopher Kane Resort 2012

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hace 3 años / 21 notes .:.

Madeleine Vionnet “Queen of the bias cut” (1876-1975)
-French
-Also called “The architect among dressmakers”.
-She was the creator of the “Bias cut” and draping.
-She removed the corset of their proposals and chose long and comfortable dresses, of sheer fabrics such as tulle, muslin and silk crepe.

Madeleine Vionnet “Queen of the bias cut” (1876-1975)

-French

-Also called “The architect among dressmakers”.

-She was the creator of the “Bias cut” and draping.

-She removed the corset of their proposals and chose long and comfortable dresses, of sheer fabrics such as tulle, muslin and silk crepe.

hace 3 años / 22 notes .:.
Madeleine Vionnet "Queen of the bias cut" (1876-1975)
-French
-Also called “The architect among dressmakers”.
-She was the creator of the “Bias cut” and draping.
-She removed the corset of their proposals and chose long and comfortable dresses, of sheer fabrics such as tulle, muslin and silk crepe.
-She removed the corset of their proposals and chose long and comfortable dresses, of sheer fabrics such as tulle, muslin and silk crepe.

Madeleine Vionnet "Queen of the bias cut" (1876-1975)

-French

-Also called “The architect among dressmakers”.

-She was the creator of the “Bias cut” and draping.

-She removed the corset of their proposals and chose long and comfortable dresses, of sheer fabrics such as tulle, muslin and silk crepe.

-She removed the corset of their proposals and chose long and comfortable dresses, of sheer fabrics such as tulle, muslin and silk crepe.

hace 3 años / 11 notes .:.
Madeleine Vionnet "Queen of the bias cut" (1876-1975)
-French
-Also called “The architect among dressmakers”.
-She was the creator of the “Bias cut” and draping.
-She removed the corset of their proposals and chose long and comfortable dresses, of sheer fabrics such as tulle, muslin and silk crepe.

Madeleine Vionnet "Queen of the bias cut" (1876-1975)

-French

-Also called “The architect among dressmakers”.

-She was the creator of the “Bias cut” and draping.

-She removed the corset of their proposals and chose long and comfortable dresses, of sheer fabrics such as tulle, muslin and silk crepe.

hace 3 años / 3 notes .:.
inspired by Charles Frederick Worth, Elsa Schiaparelli, Jeanne Lanvin, Jeanne Paquin, Madame Vionnet & Christian Dior.

inspired by Charles Frederick Worth, Elsa Schiaparelli, Jeanne Lanvin, Jeanne Paquin, Madame Vionnet & Christian Dior.

hace 3 años / 20 notes .:.
Charles Frederick Worth “Father of Haute couture”  (1825-1895)
 
-British
-He was the first of the couturiers, dressmakers considered artists rather than mere artisans.
-His son, Gaston, founded Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture.
-He was the creator of basics of Haute Couture system, used even today.

Charles Frederick Worth “Father of Haute couture”  (1825-1895)

-British

-He was the first of the couturiers, dressmakers considered artists rather than mere artisans.

-His son, Gaston, founded Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture.

-He was the creator of basics of Haute Couture system, used even today.

hace 3 años / 8 notes .:.
Charles Frederick Worth “Father of Haute couture”  (1825-1895)

-British
-He was the first of the couturiers, dressmakers considered artists rather than mere artisans.
-His son, Gaston, founded Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture
-He was the creator of basics of Haute Couture system, used even today.

Charles Frederick Worth “Father of Haute couture”  (1825-1895)

-British

-He was the first of the couturiers, dressmakers considered artists rather than mere artisans.

-His son, Gaston, founded Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture

-He was the creator of basics of Haute Couture system, used even today.

hace 3 años / 9 notes .:.
Charles Frederick Worth “Father of Haute couture”  (1825-1895)
-British
-He was the first of the couturiers, dressmakers considered artists rather than mere artisans.
-His son, Gaston, founded Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture
-He was the creator of basics of Haute Couture system, used even today.

Charles Frederick Worth “Father of Haute couture”  (1825-1895)

-British

-He was the first of the couturiers, dressmakers considered artists rather than mere artisans.

-His son, Gaston, founded Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture

-He was the creator of basics of Haute Couture system, used even today.

hace 3 años / 1 notes .:.
Givenchy Fall 2010 Haute Couture
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Givenchy Fall 2010 Haute Couture

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hace 3 años / 8 notes .:.