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Nanette Lepore's eponymous line is inspired by her bohemian childhood in Ohio, her passion for throwing a good party, and the excitement of her adopted hometown of New York City. Her fondness for sculpted, retro-minded silhouettes is on full display with this beautifully tailored coat. With flattering seams and a kicky fit-and-flare silhouette, it's the luxe finishing touch your booties were hoping for.
Mente - férfi díszöltözet része | Iparművészeti Múzeum Gyűjteményi Adatbázis
Gentleman's suit, 1770-1780, Hungary, budge, felt, embroidered with flat stitch, braiding. "...made of dark blue felt...set-in sleeves; the borders are embroidered with alternating motifs of big and small bunches of flowers, in green and white silk thread. Lined with brown lamb's fur ( a later addition)...width adjustable with a lace at the back. The borders and the standing collar are embroidered with the motifs described above. Decorated with white and green silk braids all around."
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JACQUES DOUCET-1912 French Couture Purple Velvet Coat, Bust 34
Amazing and rare couture piece from the Maison Doucet dating to c.1912. The coat is a pane velvet in a gorgeous royal purple and lined in a cobalt blue silk. Spread collar with points in back. Short, set in sleeves are gathered to narrow bands. Decorative knots on the sleeve bands and at the base of the coat, which has a button closures. Hook closure at the waist. The coat is trimmed in purple fringe. Condition: There are darker purple fade areas on the collar. There are areas of balding…
Embroidered panels for a man's suit | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Tacked into a first phase of assembly, an extravagant man's suit has waited more than 200 years for its ideal wearer.