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1909 - lady in walking suit and umbrella - looks as if she has a lorgnette in her left hand.

Costumes: Edwardian – 1909 - lady in walking suit and umbrella - looks as if she has a lorgnette in her left hand.

Painted across the street at Fenway Court (now the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum). John Singer Sargent, Mrs. Fiske Warren and Her Daughter Rachel, 1903. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Fiske Warren (Gretchen Osgood) and Her Daughter Rachel, Artist John Singer Sargent from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Circa 1910. Bathing at West Palm Beach, Florida.

Bathing at West Palm Beach - Florida - 1910 if only people wore clothing at the beach these days! This is beautiful!

FASHION FUTURISM: Marinetti and Giacomo Balla, The Anti-Neutral Suit, 1914 (facsimile) ...the very idea of launching a fashion line according to Futurist taste meant conforming to the collective social group. Dress has a social function; it is not painting or sculpture. Futurist dress was designed for an urban setting, not as a function of the individual but to define a social climate. Dress became a manifesto itself, a business card, an item of Futurist faith.:

FASHION FUTURISM: Marinetti and Giacomo Balla, The Anti-Neutral Suit, 1914 (facsimile) ...the very idea of launching a fashion line according to Futurist taste meant conforming to the collective social group. Dress has a social function; it is not painting or sculpture. Futurist dress was designed for an urban setting, not as a function of the individual but to define a social climate. Dress became a manifesto itself, a business card, an item of Futurist faith.:

Fashion in Paintings: Duke Henry the Pious by Lucas Cranach the Elder,...

Fashion in Paintings: Duke Henry the Pious by Lucas Cranach the Elder,.

What did it mean to be a gentleman during the Regency era?

Men's Regency Tailcoats: forest green wool tail coat double breasted with velvet collar and cuffs. Looks like fabric covered buttons (Portrait of an Artist by Michel Martin Drolling

Aesthetic Dress: rejected the moral and social goals of the Victorian Dress Reform movement that was its precursor.

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, ‘Monna Vanna’ 1866 (Tate Collection) The spiral pearl brooches and red coral necklace have appeared in other works by Rossetti.

Release Boost - Reclining Nude in Chicago by Fifi Flowers @FifiFlowers      Release Boost  Title: Reclining Nude in Chicago  Author: Fifi Flowers  Cover Designer: Susan Garwood with Wicked Women Designs  Re-Release Date: July 18 2016  Set to interview Matisse expert and curator Pierce Marten in a Chicago loft freelance art writer Julia Van Rothfelder is mistaken for an artist's life model.  Finding herself reclining nude posing for a handsome casually dressed curator nothing like what she…

Release Boost - Reclining Nude in Chicago by Fifi Flowers @FifiFlowers

Release Boost Title: Reclining Nude in Chicago Author: Fifi Flowers Cover Designer: Susan Garwood with Wicked Women Designs R.

Congo's Unlikely Fashionistas - WSJ

Congo's Unlikely Fashionistas

The Sapeurs of the Congo - WSJ :: Patience Mountala, aka Sam, dressed up for a funeral

thehandbookauthority:  Laurence Fellows for Esquire  sorry for spamming but I’m on a spree

How to Network & Socialize Effectively: A comprehensive Guide A party is always an opportunity to network and networks yield dates (and other opportunities)

In lettura sul mare (1910) - Vittorio Corcos - #ARTEmisiaLegge - @Libriamo Tutti - http://www.libriamotutti.it/

Get Thee to a Nunnery - In Lettura sul Mare Vittorio Matteo Corcos, 1910

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15 Inspiring Entrepreneurs Who Earn Income on Social Media

THE LUXURY OF COMFORT Our own apparel label Sustain, is committed to using fabrics and processes that are ecologically sensitive and which energise craft communities. "The importance of sustaining crafts cannot be overemphasized. At the economic, social and cultural level we would be impoverished if we were to devalue our crafts, which are the wellspring of our creativity and that provide livelihood to millions of men and women." - Anita Lal #SustainableLuxury

THE LUXURY OF COMFORT Our own apparel label Sustain, is committed to using fabrics and processes that are ecologically sensitive and which energise craft communities. "The importance of sustaining crafts cannot be overemphasized. At the economic, social and cultural level we would be impoverished if we were to devalue our crafts, which are the wellspring of our creativity and that provide livelihood to millions of men and women." - Anita Lal #SustainableLuxury

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