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New for Now | the origin of fashion magazines

When I travelled Amsterdam last weekend one of my highlights was the recent exhibition “New for Now” at Rijksmuseum. As a woman and fashion blogger I am very interested in fashion magazines, as an art historian I am very interested in cultural change and the relation between art and fashion. 1,042 more words


THE FIRST EVER NEW YORK FASHION WEEK: MEN’S | Find all out here! 459 more words

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Fashion Throughout The Ages (Part 1)

Fashion has always been at the front lines of modernism in the world. Clothes have always been a necessity in the past, but soon took a different path and grew to become the strong influence it is today. 393 more words


Marie Antoinette

This painting was most likely painted before Marie Antoinette went to France in 1770. She would of been 15 years old. It was painted by Martin van Meytens.

History Of Women

Gown of Elizabeth 1st

Gown worn by Queen Elizabeth I Elizabeth I was queen regnant of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death. Sometimes called “The Virgin Queen”, “Gloriana” or “Good Queen Bess”, Elizabeth was the fifth and last monarch of the Tudor dynasty.

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Queen Katherine of Aragon

Good Queen Katherine Wife no. 1: Katherine of Aragon, daughter of The Catholic Kings, Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain. Henry divorced her, bastardised their daughter Princess Mary and broke with Rome to marry his mistress Anne Boleyn.


Cape - Second Half of the 16th Century

via eastiseverywhere: omgthatdress: Cape Second… – People of Color in European Art History.

European Art History



  1. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    “This mantle, made with a sixteenth-century Ming Dynasty velvet, is purely European in form.

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