June 3, 2019 · 12:29 AM
Hi folks! A few brush strokes can be enough to design a lovely dress. Thanks for your visits!
By Donovan, B. – The fuchsia with bow dress
October 15, 2016 · 3:07 PM
Dear Mirna, you can feel yourself the real mother
of the Hat’s Section of this blog.
This is my little tribute for your great idea.
Thanks so much to you, and thanks so much to the friendly followers of this site.
By Donovan, Bill – Butterflies over the fuchsia hat
By West, Benjamin – A woman wears a hat with ribbons
By Fores, Samuel William – Fashion in London during the 18th century
By Waterhouse, John William – Soldier with helmet
By Singer Sargent – A veiled woman on a boat
By Hopper, Edward – Two sketches about a seated man with a hat
By Model, Philippe – The lady of the garnet gloves
By Hesse, Raymond – Two shivery flappers
By Léger, Fernand A family in front of a millinery
By Hartmann, Víktor – Chick-hat for children. Sketch for the ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’ composed by Mussorgsky
By Drian, Étienne A. – Swing of feathers
By Renefer, Raymond – Study of four beholders
Filed under costume fashion and drapery
Tagged as beholders, chick, fashion, flappers, fuchsia, garnet, gloves, helmet, millinery, ribbons, shivery, swing, veiled