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CHRISTIAN DIOR (1905-1957).
French fashion designer. Dior in a studio, supervising the draping of a model, c1950.
POLLAIUOLO: YOUNG WOMAN.
Portrait of a Young Woman. Painting on wood, by Antonio Pollaiuolo.
WOMEN'S FASHION: 1920s.
A 'Flapper Girl', 1922.
DEGAS: MILLINER, 1879-84.
Edgar Degas: Millinery Shop. Oil on canvas, 1879-84.
FASHION: DIOR, 1947.
In 1947, the dropping of skirt lengths in the Christian Dior collection gave a 'New Look' to fashion.
HAT ADVERTISEMENT, 1927.
American advertisement for Georges Meyer hats, 1927.
FASHION: CORSET, c1830.
'A Correct View of the New Machine for Winding Up the Ladies.' Satirical etching by William Heath, c1830.
FASHION: LINGERIE, 1949.
An undergarment model and a secretary at a lingerie company in Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Stanley Kubrick, 1949.
TRIUMPH OF LIBERTY. c1781.
'Fashionable Hairdo or the Triumph of Liberty.' French cartoon, c1781, referring to the the American War of Independence and to the extremes of women's fashion in France. Digitally colored by Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
GABRIELLE 'COCO' CHANEL
(1883-1971). French fashion designer. Photograph, 1936.
MIERVELD: WOMAN WITH RUFF.
Oil on canvas by Michiel Jansz Mierveld (1567-1641).
FASHION: PACO RABANNE.
Paco Rabanne's first ready-to-wear collection presented in Paris, France. Photograph, 24 September 1964.
THE BLOOMER COSTUME.
Lithograph, 1851, by Nathaniel Currier.
LONDON: TEDDY BOYS, c1960.
Group of Teddy Boys (a subculture distinguished by its revival of Edwardian fashion) in London, England, c1960.
MEISSONIER: CAVALIER, 1861.
A Cavalier of the time of Louis XIII. Oil, 1861, by Jean Louis Ernest Meissonier (1815-1891).
GABRIELLE 'COCO' CHANEL
(1883-1971). French fashion designer. Photographed with several employees of her shop in Paris, 1936.
FRENCH FASHION PLATE, 1778.
A young bourgeoise having her hair dressed in the "straight root" style fashionable at the time: French color fashion plate, 1778.
LONDON: MODEL, 1951.
Fashion model Lisa Fonssagrives at Paddington Station, London, England. Photographed by Toni Frissell, 1951.
WILLUMSEN: A MOUNTAINEER.
'A Mountain Climber.' Oil on canvas, 1912, by Jens Ferdinand Willumsen.
Canadian advertisement for women's dresses, 1926.
YVES SAINT LAURENT (1936-2008).
French fashion designer. Saint Laurent (center) with models wearing his clothes at the Fall-Winter Haute Couture fashion show at Paris. Photographed 1979.
MAGAZINE COVER, 1925.
A 'Unisex' cover by Garrett Price for 'Life,' 1925.
WOMEN'S FASHION, 1926.
Model wearing an outfit designed by Coco Chanel in 1926. Photograph, 1990.
COROT: WOMAN IN BLUE, 1874.
Oil on canvas by Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, 1874.
ARROW SHIRT COLLAR AD.
American advertisement by J.C. Leyendecker for Arrow Collars and Shirts.
BLACK WOMAN, c1850.
An unidentified African American woman. Daguerreotype.
JENSEN: PORTRAIT, 1826.
Portrait of Birgitte Sobotker Hohlenberg, by Christian Albrecht Jensen. Oil on canvas, 1826.
BATHING SUITS, 1922.
A Public Buildings and Grounds officer measures women's bathing suits to ensure they are not more than six inches above the knee, Washington, D.C., 1922.
HENRY IV (1473-1541).
Known as Henry the Pious. Duke of Saxony, 1539-1541. Oil on canvas transferred from wood, 1514, by Lucas Cranach the Elder.
WOMEN'S FASHION: DIOR, 1947.
Woman wearing an outfit designed by Christian Dior, 1947.
OSCAR WILDE (1854-1900).
Irish writer and wit. Photographed in New York, 1882, by Napoleon Sarony at the beginning of Wilde's American tour.
WOMEN'S FASHION, 1921.
A woman modeling an evening dress by Doeuillet for customers at a dress shop in Paris. Fashion plate by Pierre Brissaud for the French magazine 'La Gazette du Bon Ton,' 1921.
Actress Ellen Estelle, Portrait with curly hair - Photographer: Yva - 1931.
FASHION: HATS, 1827.
'Shady Retreats for Summer.' English satirical etching, 1827, commenting on trends in women's hats.
WOMEN'S FASHION, c1920.
American actress Florence Johns photographed, c1920, by Nickolas Muray, wearing a riding suite with pants and tie.
Fashion, 20th century. Women's aqua green silk velvet hat with satin petals, around 1950. Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
ISAMBARD KINGDOM BRUNEL
(1806-1859). English civil engineer and naval architect. From left: John Scott-Russell, Henry Wakefield, Isambard K. Brunel and Lord Derby awaiting an attempt to launch 'The Great Eastern,' 1857.
PATTERNED STOCKINGS, 1920s.
Model wearing patterned stockings coordinated with her dress, 1920s.
MEN'S FASHION, 1935.
Evening wear for a gentleman. From an English advertisement, 1935.
JOHNSTON: CHILDREN, 1807.
Joshua Johnston: The Westwood Children. Oil on canvas, c1807.
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