Moda Européia dos séc XVIII ao XX

3 séculos de moda feminina da europa em exposição no LACMA.

Fashioning Fashion: European Dress in Detail, 1700-1915
October 2, 2010–March 6, 2011

Fashioning Fashion: European Dress in Detail, 1700-1915 celebrates the museum’s groundbreaking acquisition of a major collection of European men’s, women’s, and children’s garments and accessories. The exhibition tells the story of fashion’s aesthetic and technical development from the Age of Enlightenment to World War I. It examines sweeping changes in fashionable dress spanning a period of over two hundred years, and evolutions in luxurious textiles, exacting tailoring techniques, and lush trimmings.

Highlights include an eighteenth-century man’s vest intricately embroidered with powerful symbolic messages relevant to the French Revolution; an evening mantle with silk embroidery, glass beads, and ostrich feathers designed by French couturier Émile Pingat (active 1860-96); and spectacular three-piece suits and gowns worn at the royal courts of Europe.

The exhibition is curated by Sharon S. Takeda, Senior Curator and department head, and Kaye D. Spilker, Curator, LACMA’s Costume and Textiles department.

This exhibition was organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Image: Photo © 2010 Museum Associates/LACMA

Woman’s Dress House of Rouffc. 1897

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Woman’s Dress

House of Rouff

circa 1897

Silk twill and silk cut velvet on twill foundation.

Purchased with funds provided by Suzanne A. Saperstein and Michael and Ellen Michelson, with additional funding from the Costume Council, the Edgerton Foundation, Gail and Gerald Oppenheimer, Maureen H. Shapiro, Grace Tsao, and Lenore and Richard Wayne.

(M.2007.211.37a-b)

Man’s Suit Francec. 1760

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Man’s Suit

France

c. 1760

Coat and waistcoat: wool plain weave, full finish, with sequins and metallic-thread embroidery; Breeches: wool plain weave, full finish, with silk and metallic-thread passementerie
(M.2007.211.946a-c)

Purchased with funds provided by Suzanne A. Saperstein and Michael and Ellen Michelson, with additional funding from the Costume Council, the Edgerton Foundation, Gail and Gerald Oppenheimer, Maureen H. Shapiro, Grace Tsao, and Lenore and Richard Wayne.

Vest France1789-94

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Vest

France

1789-94

Linen canvas with silk needlepoint, linen plain weave with silk supplementary warp cut-pile trim and silk embroidery
Cb. 26 1/2 in. (67.3 cm)

Purchased with funds provided by Suzanne A. Saperstein and Michael and Ellen Michelson, with additional funding from the Costume Council, the Edgerton Foundation, Gail and Gerald Oppenheimer, Maureen H. Shapiro, Grace Tsao, and Lenore and Richard Wayne.(M.2007.211.1078)

Mantle Parisc. 1891

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