souvenirs:

Loving how photographer David Dahlhaus captured these costumes. Ready to see this show again in the spring.
souvenirs:

Loving how photographer David Dahlhaus captured these costumes. Ready to see this show again in the spring.
souvenirs:

Loving how photographer David Dahlhaus captured these costumes. Ready to see this show again in the spring.
souvenirs:

Loving how photographer David Dahlhaus captured these costumes. Ready to see this show again in the spring.

souvenirs:

Loving how photographer David Dahlhaus captured these costumes. Ready to see this show again in the spring.

tinkertailorsoldiertwat:

the fall (2006) - costumes
tinkertailorsoldiertwat:

the fall (2006) - costumes
tinkertailorsoldiertwat:

the fall (2006) - costumes
tinkertailorsoldiertwat:

the fall (2006) - costumes
tinkertailorsoldiertwat:

the fall (2006) - costumes
tinkertailorsoldiertwat:

the fall (2006) - costumes
thecostumetrailer:

The Image Maker
Costume designer, art director, provocateur: the late Eiko Ishioka had a vision of global chic that was as singular as the woman herself.
Eiko Ishioka loved red. And not just any red: Like every element of her life, the red Eiko (pronounced AY-ko) favored had to be something very specific—in this case, a dark but vibrant scarlet verging on maroon that to her telegraphed a mix of elegance, danger, and intelligence. Her red evoked her native Japan, and one of Eiko’s missions throughout her dazzling and eclectic career—which included graphic design, art direction, and the invention of theatrical worlds through costume.
Read the rest of the W Magazine article here

thecostumetrailer:

The Image Maker

Costume designer, art director, provocateur: the late Eiko Ishioka had a vision of global chic that was as singular as the woman herself.

Eiko Ishioka loved red. And not just any red: Like every element of her life, the red Eiko (pronounced AY-ko) favored had to be something very specific—in this case, a dark but vibrant scarlet verging on maroon that to her telegraphed a mix of elegance, danger, and intelligence. Her red evoked her native Japan, and one of Eiko’s missions throughout her dazzling and eclectic career—which included graphic design, art direction, and the invention of theatrical worlds through costume.

Read the rest of the W Magazine article here

Esto sí es una rareza, juntas y riéndose. 

Esto sí es una rareza, juntas y riéndose. 

flight001:

Actress Vivian Leigh meets Ringo Starr before boarding separate flights at London Airport.

aladyloves:

Joan Crawford in a publicity photo for Dancing Lady (1933)

(vía costumehistory)

jeannepompadour:

Plantagenet hairstyles and headdresses (wimple, barbette, fillet and crespine), 1154-1300

(vía costumehistory)

doriannegray:

Les créateurs de la mode, 1910 - Paris Fashion House
doriannegray:

Les créateurs de la mode, 1910 - Paris Fashion House
doriannegray:

Les créateurs de la mode, 1910 - Paris Fashion House
doriannegray:

Les créateurs de la mode, 1910 - Paris Fashion House
doriannegray:

Les créateurs de la mode, 1910 - Paris Fashion House
doriannegray:

Les créateurs de la mode, 1910 - Paris Fashion House
doriannegray:

Les créateurs de la mode, 1910 - Paris Fashion House

doriannegray:

Les créateurs de la mode, 1910 - Paris Fashion House

(vía costumehistory)

vintagegal:

Burlesque dancer Nita Louise c. 1940s

(vía costumehistory)