Search results “The renaissance fashion” for the 2015
ULTIMATE FASHION HISTORY: The Italian (and Spanish) Renaissance
In this episode of The Ultimate Fashion History, we will look at fashion in The Italian Renaissance, starting with The Quattrocento and moving to the Cinquecento, but we'll also take a trip to the Spanish and Portuguese royal courts of the 1500s and grapple with some theories as to why Court Attire (and hair) was so weird. Enjoy!
Creating a Renaissance Dress
UPEI History Honours student Alison Loney recently created a Renaissance era dress as part of her Honours thesis. The dress—which consists of 13 different pieces—is made from more than 30 yards of fabric, took about 320 hours to complete, and weighs over 15 pounds. Learn more about studying History at UPEI: http://www.upei.ca/programsandcourses/History Music: "Sweet and Clean" by Podington Bear http://podingtonbear.com
As there were so many different fashion moments throughout The Renaissance, The Ultimate Fashion History has decided to break this era down into several shorter lectures, highlighting the dominant male and female fashion looks of the 15th and 16th centuries in separate, bite-sized videos. Enjoy.
Hair History: 15th Century | Early Renaissance
In this video I share with you how to create a high class hairstyle inspired by 15th century fashion, also known as early Renaissance. The natural loose 15th century style was defined by soft braids, waves and hair adornments. All throughout Europe the fashion was to wear the hair in braids coiled around the head. For more videos subscribe to my channel here http://bit.ly/1zW6zZB My blog: http://www.loepsie.com My vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LoepsiesLife Follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/Loepsie Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/Loepsies Like my Facebook page: http://facebook.com/LoepsieOfficial
Views: 85500 Loepsie
Renaissance Fashion - Medieval Civilisation - Lola Eishold Lewis
In the 6-8 community, we have been looking at Medieval and Ancient Civilisation. This is a video made by one of our Year 8s, Lola Eishold-Lewis, looking at the fashion of the Italian Renaissance
The Ultimate Fashion History is breaking down The Renaissance into shorter, bite-sized segments, and here we have that distinctive Tudor style. For both women and men, Tudor attire is marked by its reliance on geometry (triangles for women, rectangles for men) and its unique silhouette (which we we dissect here) is so different to what was happening in mainland Europe that it almost echoes England's break from the Papacy! Enjoy.
Alberta Ferretti's Renaissance-inspired collection wows at Milan Fashion Week - le mag
To see and be seen - that's the name of the game at Milan Fashion Week. The "Gucci show":http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/2063c282-bd02-11e4-a917-00144feab7de.html drew both anonymous and famous fashion fans alike, as crowds were keen to discover the first ever collection by newly appointed art director Alessandro Michele. And the change was radical. Gone were the plush carpets, glittering chandeliers and trays of champagne that traditionally greet Gucci guests. Featuring an autumunal colou… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/02/27/alberta-ferretti-s-renaissance-inspired-collection-wows-at-milan-fashion-week What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 14 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
Views: 1338 euronews (in English)
Hair History: 16th Century | Renaissance
In today's episode of Hair History, we're going over the 16th century, also known as the middle of the renaissance. We see two different major fashions in this period. One is a continuation of the middle parting with braids that was so popular in the 15th century, and the other is an increasingly high hairstyle with a large pouf at the front of the head, in the style of Elizabeth I. Subscribe to my channel http://bit.ly/1zW6zZB My blog: http://www.loepsie.com My vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LoepsiesLife Follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/Loepsie Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/Loepsies Like my Facebook page: http://facebook.com/LoepsieOfficial
Views: 38993 Loepsie
Fashion Items That Changed The World
Top 10 of the most influential and revolutionary fashion trends and statements of all time. The history of clothing and accessories that we wear today. Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg 'Little Black Dress' clip provided by : DeziredBeauty - http://youtu.be/f-XIBOAO_js. For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] Description: Ever since Adam and Eve committed the first sin and God bestowed upon them fig leaves to cover up their nakedness, fashion has remained a major part of our lives. So many elements of a person is dictated and determined by the clothes that they wear. If a person wears designer brands, it is assumed that they’re rich. If someone is wearing rags, then they likely don’t have much money and their lifestyles are probably not lavish. With so much judgment on societal class, it is no surprise that fashion has become a powerful hand in society. With much power, comes great responsibility. Believe it or not, much of our most iconic fashion were developed in times such as early man and medieval times. Thanks to the evolution of the human brain, we have been able to change and tweak some of the earliest fashion items into trends that have found eternal popularity. For example, the high heeled shoe actually has roots in early Renaissance times, but they were worn by men! Why? By elevating themselves with a heel, they could show off their social status. Heels were also seen as functional when it came to horseback riding because it locked the shoe into the stirrup. So, when did women start taking over the high heels? In the 16th century, a rather short woman named Catherine de Medici started wearing heels to make up for her short stature. Sunglasses even have early roots dating back through centuries as the Inuit wore glasses made out of walrus ivory to help block out the sun! Today, sunglasses have multiple uses from protecting our eyes from the harmful UV rays to being a trendy fashion item. And if you’re a big celebrity, you’ve probably used sunglasses to shield your identity and hide evidence of being out in the lights, partying too much, or just being plain exhausted. Designers have made their millions from sunglasses, such as Ray-Ban, when they developed glasses exclusively for the military that eventually turned into a hot fashion trend. Get a pair of aviators with a leather jackets and you’re the coolest kid in town! Some of the most poignant fashion items such as the bikini and the mini skirt found its birth in the mid-twentieth century. The bikini was the first of its kind to show off a woman’s midriff along with her butt and cleavage. You can image the stir it created amongst the more conservative crowd. When the mini skirt came out, women actually protested the garment because it was believed that it made a woman more vulnerable to rape. Finally, the fashion item that changed the world was the bra. Yep, support for the woman’s chest area wasn’t really a priority until the late 1800’s when the brassiere was launched through Vogue. From that simple item that offers support, the Wonder Bra evolved from it as well as other bra-like innovations. Lingerie stores such as Victoria’s Secret have the bra listed as one of their most popular items. With so much that has happened with fashion items of the past, there’s no telling what is ahead of us for the future. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Featuring: The Bikini The Air Jordan High Heels The Leather Jacket The Little Black Dress Sunglasses The Brassiere The Mini Skirt ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
Views: 10336704 TheRichest
A Tudor Costume
A little different for my channel, but I hope it is enjoyable nonetheless! This video shows the layers, and the process of getting into the layers, of Tudor dress. More information linked below! This was my first foray into tudor fashion. Because of this my ensemble definitely isn't the most historically accurate or well assembled but i'm quite proud of it. I learned a ton throughout the process, and definitely gained skills I can apply to similar projects in the future. This costume was made entirely by me, (aside from the shoes, socks, and rings) including the foundation garments. There are over fourteen homemade pieces worn for this project. Thousands of beads, over a hundred eyelets, and more than twenty yards of fabric went into this costume. Not to mention the hours of time! The whole thing took me four months of on and off work. Many more details on the process can be found HERE: https://doxiequeen1.wordpress.com/orange-tudor-ensemble/ If you are interested in seeing more of my work or contacting me, I'll leave links to my various sites below! Tumblr: http://doxiequeen1.tumblr.com/ Blog: https://doxiequeen1.wordpress.com Portfolio: http://angelaclayton.crevado.com/ Email: [email protected] The song does NOT belong to me. It was acquired through musopen. It is titled "Harpsichord Concerto no. 2 in E, BWV 1053" composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, and performed by Matthew Ganong The license relating to this song can be seen here: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ it has been shortened but is otherwise unedited.
Views: 437481 Angela Clayton
10 ways to wear your hood
To celebrate 20.000 readers on the blog, we made this film about medieval fashion. The Blog can be seen at http://themedievalhunt.com/
Views: 43150 Johan Käll
Cavaliers, Puritans, and Louis XIV, what century could be more exciting than the 17th? In this episode of The Ultimate Fashion History, we'll look at Early Baroque male and female attire, clothing of The Puritans, the High Baroque style of the Court of Louis XIV, the sumptuous and sexy Restoration, and finally, the swift change of silhouette as the century drew to a close. Enjoy.
The Renaissance Lookbook
A glorious mix of exquisite crochet, florals and flirty pieces await you in this collection.
Views: 902 The Closet Lover
How to design a clothing line in 2,5 minutes
How to design a clothing line in 2,5 minutes. The steps to create a fashion collection are the followings: - first, the research- and for this, i choose the image in the left side of the screen - then, the documentation sketches - this means, i draw the image with as many details as possible. only drawing a thing, you will get to understand it and understand how it was made. when doing this, i feel like capturing its essence When drawing anything, i try to underline the elements that compose the image. In this case, the 3 elements are the followings: the wire cage, the renaissance collar and the small ribbons. Once I have these elements, I know how to draw the source of inspiration. And then, the next step while underlining them again, i think of how to combine them in different outfits. For A figure I used the cage wire to sketch these huge sleeves. Then, the pattern used in the collar was placed on the blouse and the rest, i left simple. Because, as i said in other videos too, it is always nice to have an equilibrium and not to overcrowd the costume. For B figure, the cage was put upside down so that it created a volumetric blouse. The collar pattern - i used it for the lower part of the sleeves. For C figure, I played with the collar and i made it double in size. As about the ribbons that i did not used until now, now it was the moment to exaggerate the volume so, here it is, a huge ribbon as a short skirt. So, the 3 elements, you can compose and combine as you want and as you saw in this video. And now, if you rotate the image, new ideas will come. You can use each element, resize it, make it as a module, big or small - use parts or the whole element. The collar and also the sleeves are made from the renaissance pattern and the skirt was made from wires. This time, the ribbons are smaller, disposed in the middle. As for the 4th element, if you want to consider this too - as an accessory - you can use it in super size, for the hat. Thank you for watching, and, as always, please do not forget to leave me a thumbs up if you liked it. Also, if you want to be the first one to know about my new videos, please subscribe! Thank you and see you next week, same time, same place, here on my fashion teaching channel!
Views: 25129 Fashion teaching
Renaissance Couture (Behind the scenes)
This editorial was featured in the Jan 15 edition of Devour Magazine and Feb/Mar edition of 10Ten Magazine. Designer: Renaissance Couture Accessories & Headpieces: Jess Eaton Model: Romaine Smith Stylist: Kevin Freeman Photographer: Chris Bulezuik Hair: Zara Garnett MUA: Sarah Jane Ellis Video Production: Zoe Van Spyk and Ed Lannon Location: Powis Road Studio Music: "Vultures" by Vaults. I do not own copyright to the music or lyrics of this track.
Views: 541 Zoe Van Spyk
Fashion is Dark Age Europe was not perhaps at its height, but what The Anglo-Saxons may have lacked in their simple tunics, they more than made up for with their gorgeous gold and bronze cloisonne. Yet it was Charlemagne and The Carolingian Renaissance that put Western Europe of the fashion map in The Dark Ages, and costume of the Carolingians remains amongst fashion's most sumptuous! Enjoy.
We all think we know Regency fashion from Jane Austen adaptations, but the reasons behind this drastic change in silhouette are far more political than one could ever guess. Menswear of the 1800s-1820s saw an even more remarkable change than womenswear, forming a menswear standard that would endure until today. Enjoy.
A Young Man's Progress - The First Book of Fashion
A Young Man's Progress is art work by London photographer Maisie Broadhead and fashion designer Isabella Newell in collaboration with Cambridge cultural historian Ulinka Rublack. This work responds to images of a Renaissance man's fashion styles recorded by Matthäus Schwarz (1497-1574), head accountant of a merchant firm in Augsburg, who put together 137 images of himself in the First Book of Fashion. This unique series of paintings form a portrait of a life through Schwarz’s choice of clothes and self-representation. Schwarz not only had an uncommon awareness of clothing, colours and textures but also a strong ambition to communicate his ideas surrounding them. It is these elements that fascinate and form the impetus for this collaboration. What did it mean for a Renaissance man to express his emotions, values and ambitions through the way he looked, and what does this fascination with looking the part imply for young men in our contemporary world? The garments are modern interpretations of Schwarz's original dress; beautifully made and finished, they similarly concerned with style and details. Contemporary fashion is brought into a dialogue with the emergence of Renaissance man not through the portrayal of an individual face, but individually assembled things. This is a pioneering collaboration between a historian, artist, artisan and fashion-designer to explore an important trajectory in Western culture since the Renaissance, which has made acts of male self-presentation hinge on the use of perfect dress as prized commodity. It has facilitated power-dressing, romantic courtship as well as pleasure in novelty, experiment and technological advance. A Young Man's Progress is on show at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge from 23 March to September 2015 - this film tells the story behind the show. For further information see http://thefirstbookoffashion.tumblr.com/
Views: 5519 Cambridge University
Renaissance Dress: Main Dress (Part 1)
Getting through my main dress for the Renaissance festival. It already started and I'm in a crunch to get it done.
Views: 4442 KeildraKreations
Spring Renaissance Collection
Bridal hairstyle collection by Adelina Ipatii.
Views: 672 Adelina Ipatii
Nick reviews our new Burgschneider Medieval Clothing Line
http://www.larping.org/burgschneider-products/ Burgschneider is a high quality medieval clothing line from Germany. Made from authentic fabrics and historical based designs these clothes are made to last and keep you looking good. Our friend Nick takes a few minutes to give his initial impressions of this new line.
Views: 8248 LARPing.org
Fashion Sizzle Tv's Interview with Carlos Long of Image Gallery with Our Host Angel
Take a look into the world of Carlos Long..A young renaissance man, who bringing art to brooklyn, new york..Our host Angel, sits down with him to see whats on his mind..
Renaissance Fashion Show
Brought to you by Jordan Schakel
Views: 80 Jordan Schakel
Renaissance fashion show
Wade Wohlford, Kysen Garcia, Teddy Lavato world history period 5/6 renaissance video project
Views: 63 Wade Wohlford
Creative Director & Designer: Ninja Evangelista @DELA ÉVA. Music by David Rubin @Tuneframe Music & Audio Postproduction. www.delaeva.com
Views: 128 Dela Éva
In this episode, The Ultimate Fashion History is "gonna get MEDIEVAL on your ass!" with both female and male attire from the 12th, 13th, 14th, and 15th Centuries. We have all your Medieval needs covered right here - everything from the elegant 'bliaut' to the 'cotehardie', and from 'mi-parti' (the original color blocking) to the popular 'houppelande'. We also look at Medieval headdresses (who can forget the hennin?), hair and beauty. Enjoy with SPECIAL THANKS to my friends at PRIOR ATTIRE for their beautifully rendered and absolutely authentic Medieval gowns! (Check out their channel for more Fashion History!) https://www.youtube.com/user/priorattire
Medieval and Renaissance Fashion: 90 Full-Color Plates (Dover Fashion and Costumes)
Medieval and Renaissance Fashion: 90 Full-Color Plates (Dover Fashion and Costumes)
Views: 22 Janine Tate
As mysterious as it is ancient, fashion of the Mesopotamian Age is always up for debate, but in this episode of The Ultimate Fashion History, we will give you all the 'known facts' regarding costume, hair and makeup (both male and female) of The Fertile Crescent....and indulge in a little speculation ourselves. Enjoy.
What’s Behind the Renaissance of Rolls Royce?
May 7 -- Rolls Royce North America President Eric Shepherd discusses the company’s new fashion inspired automobile and move to court women auto buyers. He speaks on “In The Loop.” --Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
Views: 2499 Bloomberg
Renaissance in fabric (International Festival of Extra Ordinary Textiles)
Full story: History and culture through textiles: http://goo.gl/9OcQ76 Video | Chari Villegas Editing | Samantha Gonzales —— More from BusinessWorld: Official website: http://bworldonline.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/bworldph Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BusinessWorl... Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpx8...
Views: 192 BusinessWorldTV
Renaissance English History Podcast Episode 035: Fashion & Clothing
Special thanks to Lindsay for the text suggesting this episode on fashion, clothing & sumptuary laws in Tudor and Elizabethan England. Show notes are at http://www.englandcast.com/show-notes/ You can now call or text the Listener Feedback line at 801 6-TEYSKO or 801 683-9756. If you like this podcast, please remember to rate it in your listening service of choice. You can also always contact me through the facebook page or on the website. http://www.facebook.com/englandcast or englandcast.com Clothing was incredibly important in the 16th century because, at a time when the middle class was rising and upward mobility was available for the first time, your clothing could show who you were, how wealthy you were, what class you were, and all sorts of other things about you. This episode looks at both the perfectly normal (woolen undergarments) and the bizarre (bejeweled furs). Also, if you want to come along on our trip to England this Spring, check out http://www.bigworld.com for more info. Have a WONDERFUL Thanksgiving to my American friends out there. -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 315 hteysko
Medieval and Renaissance Fashion: 90 Full-Color Plates (Dover Fashion and Costumes)
Medieval and Renaissance Fashion: 90 Full-Color Plates (Dover Fashion and Costumes)
Views: 8 Catalina Hood
The Harlem Renaissance
Mr. Brown Poetry Assignment
Views: 28117 Joseph Walker
Renaissance Festival Dress: Picking a Pattern
I'm picking a pattern for making my dress for the Carolina Renaissance Festival. I'm not designing my own I'm going straight from a pattern. Let me take you with on my journey to narrow down my choices. For runner ups and honorable mentions
Views: 18213 KeildraKreations
Santirso Renaissance Fashion Show, Caviar Club Awards, 27.2.2015, Turku - part 2
Santirso Couture Shop Linnankatu 8, Turku http://www.santirsopasion.com Santirso Pasión is a company of design, fashion and jewelry. It's more than a design company – it’s a way to make dreams come true.
Views: 95 Santirso
In this episode of The Ultimate Fashion History, we'll look at the 1870s, 1880s and 1890s, and look at the dramatic change in silhouette (and how it was achieved), and see how a world-changing technology would impact the shape of sleeves!
Santirso Renaissance Fashion Show, Caviar Club Awards, 27.2.2015, Turku
Santirso Couture Shop Linnankatu 8, Turku http://www.santirsopasion.com Santirso Pasión is a company of design, fashion and jewelry. It's more than a design company – it’s a way to make dreams come true.
Views: 200 Santirso
Harlem Renaissance Fashion.
via YouTube Capture
Views: 57 Michelle Cordova
Gabby Bernstein Happy Tips & Renaissance Party
This week I'm bringing you along on a whirlwind of fashion blogger parties, photos shoots, filming for E! and a Renaissance party! I have a ton of outfits for you, some hair tips and even a little advice on how to be happy from Gabby Bernstein. Give me a thumbs up if you like the video and make sure to subscribe for more! Intro {Wearing} Top: Ondade Mar https://ondademar.com Necklace: BaubleBar http://bit.ly/1HSCo64 Monday {Wearing} Sunnies: Express http://bit.ly/1JnVh2X Top: Fabletics http://www.fabletics.com {Eating} Earth Bar http://earthbar.com Tuesday {Wearing} Top: Express http://bit.ly/1LM5uGQ Photo shoot outfit 1: http://www.sydnestyle.com/2015/06/inspired-by-kendall-jenners-monochromatic-white Photo shoot outfit 2: http://www.sydnestyle.com/2015/06/yellow-checkmate Photo shoot outfit 3: http://www.sydnestyle.com/2015/06/summer-staple-the-maxi-dress {Peeps} Jodee http://jodeedebes.com Wednesday {Wearing} Top: Show Me Your Mumu http://bit.ly/1OI3YW2 Skirt:Show Me Your Mumu http://bit.ly/1JnWgjC {Peeps} Gabby Bernstein http://gabbyb.tv Jamie https://www.youtube.com/user/ItsJamieStone An http://hautepinkpretty.com Sheryl http://www.walkinwonderland.com {Products} Philosophy x QVC http://bit.ly/1HSEjaA {Eating} The Church Key http://www.thechurchkeyla.com Thursday {Wearing} Dress: Kymerah Earrings: BaubleBar http://bit.ly/1LM6LO3 Bag: Chanel Shoes: Steve Madden http://bit.ly/1FOlki5 {Peeps} Taye http://www.stuffshelikes.net {Eating} Republique http://republiquela.com Friday {Wearing} Sunnies: Express http://bit.ly/1GMKADT Dress: Express Shoes: Old Navy Renaissance outfit: http://www.sydnestyle.com/2015/07/renaissance-fashion-at-the-getty {Peeps} Kristen https://www.youtube.com/user/GlitterNGlue Sheryl http://www.walkinwonderland.com Kelly http://kellygolightly.com {Hair & Makeup} The Glam App https://www.theglamapp.com {SUBSCRIBE} http://www.youtube.com/sydnesummer {BLOG} http://sydnestyle.com {INSTAGRAM} http://instagram.com/sydnesummer {TWITTER} http://instagram.com/sydnesummer {FACEBOOK} https://www.facebook.com/sydnestyle {PINTEREST} http://pinterest.com/sydnesummer
Views: 2235 Sydne Summer
Hair History: 5th - 12th Century | Early Middle Ages
In today's episode of Hair History we're going to dive into the dark ages to uncover ladies' beauty habits, rituals and secrets. This is hair history of the early middle ages! My blog: http://www.loepsie.com My vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LoepsiesLife Follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/Loepsie Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/Loepsies Like my Facebook page: http://facebook.com/LoepsieOfficial
Views: 129978 Loepsie
100 Years of Fashion: Halloween Costumes ★ Glam.com
Carving pumpkins, sipping cider, and trick-or-treating may all be indicative of Halloween, but nothing gets us into the spirit more than dressing up. For centuries, people have celebrated Halloween with costumes that run the gamut from spooky to sweet. Today, we’re revisiting Halloween costumes one decade at a time, and ending with a 2015 costume guaranteed to break the Internet ★ Visit http://www.glam.com 🎃 { Model } Ashton https://instagram.com/ashtonish/ 🎃 { Music Tracks } on Premium Beat - Trick or Treat by: Notes Productions A Quite Extraordinary Tale by: Richard Canavan Good Call by: Olive Musique Bump in the Nightby: Emmett Cooke Mario's Drum Circle by: Brightside Studio Choir Bus Chase by: Brightside Studio Unhuh by: Brightside Studio Visit http://www.glam.com Visit us for more! http://www.glam.com Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Glam Friend us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/byGlamInc Check us out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/you.are.glam/ Get inspired on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/glampins/ Add us to your circle on Google+: http://bit.ly/glam-googleplus”
Views: 9532237 Glam, Inc.
Cholas Talk CHOLA FASHION | mitú
These cholas talk chola fashion. "The teardrop…it looks like a bad lunar.” #CholasTalk Don’t forget to give this video a thumbs up and share it with your friends! Watch More Cholos Videos Now : http://bit.ly/2aBcIiU Subscribe to our channel: https://goo.gl/P82MhM Follow us on Facebook: https://goo.gl/yZMLQc Twitter: https://goo.gl/UFl207 Instagram: https://goo.gl/xCfbrR
Views: 1268114 we are mitú
Making a 16th Century Kirtle : Walkthrough : Part One
Way more info is linked below! A blog post about making this will up soon on my wordpress! : https://doxiequeen1.wordpress.com/ Extra Info: -I used quilters cotton, canvas, and solid non stretch velvet. -Other materials include newsprint (pattern paper), plastic boning, hooping wire, and cotton thread. -This does not work if any of your fabrics are stretchy! My boning is from here: https://www.onlinefabricstore.net/uncovered-plastic-boning-200-yards-.htm More historically accurate/more options are sold here: http://corsetmaking.com/ Pattern Drafting: I don't have a tutorial for this, I just made it up using a lot of guesswork and information I've picked up through experience. But my pattern is based off a pattern from Norah Waugh's Corsets and Crinolines. The book "The Tudor Tailor" has a kirtle pattern which is similar, and Creating Historical Clothes by Elizabeth Friendship goes through the process of flat drafting historical costumes. I talk a (bit) about those books here: http://doxiequeen1.tumblr.com/post/105720641201/ ... If you are interested in seeing more of my work or contacting me, I'll leave links to my various sites below! Tumblr: http://doxiequeen1.tumblr.com/ FAQ: http://doxiequeen1.tumblr.com/FAQ Blog: https://doxiequeen1.wordpress.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/angelacostumery/ Portfolio: http://angelaclayton.crevado.com/ Email: [email protected] [serious inquires only please!] ... The music does not belong to me. It was acquired through musopen, I do not own it. It's called "Sheep May Safely Graze" and was written by Johann Sebastian Bach
Views: 82971 Angela Clayton
France - Paris fashion shows
T/I: 11:02:09 9728 Fashion shows / Paris / July 9 / ENT 4 Fashion's old guns reach for the Renaissance It was time for standing ovations after Yves Saint Laurent sent his models down the catwalk for his latest winter collection on Wednesday, July 9. Saint Laurent had set out to rediscover the glories of the Renaissance in his couture catwalk show. His collection contained rich velvets and furs, plumed hats and gem-studded gold jewellery. Meanwhile Paco Rabanne, relentlessly experimental, also exploited the Middle Ages and Renaissance for his show, although it was given a distinctly futuristic twist. It was very much medieval for the next millennium: plastic lace, plexiglass jewellery and material made out of compressed household waste, silver caviar beading add up to serious couture. SHOWS : WS BACKSTAGE / B-ROLL YVES SAINT LAURENT / GVS BACKSTAGE / SOT KATOUCHA / MODEL RUNNING DOWN HALL / B-ROLL PHOTOGRAPHERS / WS CATWALK / DESIGNER SONIA RYKIEL SEATED / KATOUCHA OPENING SHOW / SHOW HIGHLIGHTS / SOT YVES SAINT LAURENT / BACKSTAGE PACO RABANNE /B-ROLL PACO RABANNE / SOT PACO RABANNE / You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1a12c2690a746b2768dfef2710904dd1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 20 AP Archive
Italian renaissance
The Italian renaissance and their fashions
Views: 47 Anthony Tiberio
Renaissance Antiques   Cirque du Ren 2015
7th Annual Renaissance Antiques Fashion Show - Le Cirque du Ren - 2015. Video Production by Pablo Schmitt; Music composed by Pablo Schmitt. Shot on Canon T2i with Rokinon Lenses (35mm and 85mm)
Views: 58 Pablo Schmitt

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