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Debbie Baskerville

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Modern History of Fashion: Week 3 Resources
« on: March 15, 2013, 12:41:06 pm »
Remember the Kyoto Costume Institute for all eras:

Also, The Museum at F.I.T.:


"What Victorians Wore"- very detailed accounts of styles and other period information:

Information about home decor and furnishings:

Topics covering 19th Century Art, Decor and Fashion from the Met Museum:

"Nineteenth-Century Silhouette and Support":

About Charles Worth:

Topics covering Victorian Era Trends, Fashion, Decor, Industry, Architecture, etc., from the V&A Museum:

About mourning etiquette and styles:

Victorian Era Clothing and Accessories:

Photo Gallery by years, mostly men:

From the Museum at FIT's Pinterest Page 1850-1870:

From the Museum at FIT's Pinterest Page 1870-1900:


Background Information on the Era and Its Styles:

Women's Edwardian Era Clothing:
And more:

Girls styles:

Blog Post About the Edwardian Dandy:

About Men's Styles:

Fun Pinterest page with many dresses: 
Just try to use ones from credible sources.  A lot of these are from the Met, so that's great!  Remember to try to cite the original source, rather than the Pinterest page if possible.

Pinterest from FIT:
Another Pinterest with lots from the Edwardian Era:

Art Nouveau for Decorative Arts:

Food info! :  And a lot more on this site as well...
More food: Don't use this website for fashion info though...
More food:

McCall's magazine from 1905:

This is a fun book to look at, although not easy to grab images from:

This one doesn't really apply to evening wear, but is still fun to look at (well, at least for fashion history geeks like me)
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Re: Fashion History 2: Week 3 Resources
« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2013, 03:02:10 am »
Those are some great designs and any generation would love to wear it!!