Petra Faltynkova

Petra Faltynkova

Petra Faltynkova
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Crooked little house....

A sweet little dreamy cottage. Like the witches house in your dreams. You can smell the fresh herbs, baked cakes and coziness of this house. Am I a hippy for fantasizing or dreaming. I would love to love my life.

Worth “Duchess of Savoia” fancy dress worn by Winifred, Duchess of Portland to the Devonshire House Ball, July 2, 1897  V&A museum

Worth “Duchess of Savoia” fancy dress worn by Winifred, Duchess of Portland to the Devonshire House Ball, July 1897

Recreation of Marie Antoinette's court gown (Robe de cour) as painted by Vigee LeBrun in 1779. By Atelier Caraco Canezou for an exhibition in Japan

Recreation of Marie Antoinette's court gown (Robe de cour) as painted by Vigee LeBrun in By Atelier Caraco Canezou for an exhibition in Japan (replica dress)

Circa 1898 evening gown by Jean-Philippe Worth: satin, lace, embroidery with rhinestones, and gold thread. Via Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum.

Justina's evening gown on board the ship. Circa 1898 evening gown by Jean-Philippe Worth: satin, lace, embroidery with rhinestones, and gold thread. Via Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum.

Jacques Doucet was commissioned to “translate” the feeling of Robert de Montesquiou’s poem “Les Hortenses Bleues” (The Blue Hydrangeas) into an evening gown. Between 1897 & 1906 he made this dress. Wide, square neckline, short wide sleeves, and embroidery on front and back of the bodice and front of the skirt. Silk satin and tulle with silver paillettes, embossed cabochons, and silk chenille and silver lamé and thread embroidery. Musée Galliera, Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris.

Jacques Doucet was commissioned to “translate” the feeling of Robert de Montesquiou’s poem “Les Hortenses Bleues” (The Blue Hydrangeas) into an evening gown. Between 1897 & 1906 he made this dress.

Dinner dress, Levillon, Paris, ca. 1875. Burgundy silk brocade and purple silk satin with beadwork. Western Reserve Historical Society: “This two-piece dress of rich tones in complimentary textures embodies the Victorian belief that dress should add to one’s elegance. It was custom made in Paris.”

Dinner dress, Levillon, Paris, ca. Burgundy silk brocade and purple silk satin with beadwork. Western Reserve Historical Society: “This two-piece dress of rich tones in complimentary textures embodies the Victorian belief that dress should add to on

One-piece velvet gown w/ train swept back over bustle. Skirt is gray & mauve striped silk w/ cream floral brocade, trimmed w/ blue satin double ruffle. Collar & cuffs of the skirt fabric.