Dolce and Gabbana Fall 2009 fashion show clip:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDk4fqdsd0Q
View the last few seasons' fashion slideshows at WWD http://www.wwd.com/fashion-shows-reviews/?module=tn
Marc Jacobs Spring 2009. Fitted waist detail, collared blouses, checkered patterns, strong shoulders. A really popular collection. XOXO
I agree about the Marc Jacobs. What about Balmain with the strong shoulders and military detailing on the jacket?
My first instinct was Nina Ricci.Sarah Louisehttp://www.tzipporit.blogspot.com
Didn't Alexander Wang just do a show with swallow-tail jackets? Here's a video (a link to Preen, too). http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/new-york-fashion-week/7236030/Alexander-Wang-New-York-Fashion-Week-autumn-winter-201011-collection.html
Nina Ricci spring 2009 RTW! It has lots and lots of gigot sleeves. (I did a giant, 126 page PDF last year that defines fashion terms and shows 3 contemporary examples for my own history of fashion class.)
my sisters fashion brand:www.voriagh.comshe is definitely inspired by victorian fashion. Her new collection is going to be online at the end of the month...she also has a blog, its http://tsukikoforvoriagh.com/don't know if it can help...xoxoOlivia
wow! thanks everyone. I have another week to work on this, so if there's anymore suggestions I'd love to hear them. And thanks for posting this!
What about the shoulders.. you know, the whole "strong shoulders" trend going on now, and with shoulder pads in the 80s?
this latest louis vuitton show - there's one dress that looks like it has a bodice
Current YSL ads for Spring/Summer 2010...you can totally see the influence in the shoulders etc.
John Galliano for Christian Dior Fall/Winter 2010 (can be seen at style.com), though the silhouette there is a tad more Edwardian than Victorian. However, I consider him to be a designer highly influenced by both Victorian and Edwardian fashion.
Dior's 2010 Fall RTW for shizzle. Have fun on your project!http://www.style.com/fashionshows/review/F2010RTW-CDIOR/
I agree about the detail on the strong shoulders. Those that are with pads. JulesSoloden.ComThe Brown Mestizo
-Christian Lacroix (even look at his perfume, Absynthe inspired by the drink of poets and artists in 19th century Paris)-Jean Paul Gaultier Spring/Summer 2003; models wore 19th century hats; often cites this century in other collections as well-Christian Dior Spring 2010-Also, totally agree with those who mentioned Vivienne Westwood.
a history of fashion student!so jealous. sighi agree with vivienne westwood:
check out karen walker spring/summer 2010
Definitely Marc Jacobs Spring 2009 in his Mary Poppins phase. And even know - any designer doing the fitted waist, blousy top/strong shoulder silhouette.
Anna Sui F2009RTW: http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/F2009RTW-ANNASUILouis Vuitton S2007RTW:http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/S2007RTW-LVUITTONChristian Lacroix F2006CTR:http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/F2006CTR-CLACROIXLanvin F2010RTW:http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/F2010RTW-LANVINJohn Galliano F2007RTW:http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/F2007RTW-JNGALLNORichard Nicoll F2006RTW:http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/F2006RTW-RNICComme des Garçons F2006RTW:http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/F2006RTW-CMMEGRNS
I immediately thought of John Galliano and Vivienne Westwood. These two always borrow from the past in their collections. I found this article about bustles http://www.morbidoutlook.com/fashion/historical/2003_08_bustle.html which mentions both of those designers. The corset is another 19th century item that pops up a lot in modern designs.Good Luck with your project!
oooo that dress makes me think of marc jacobs spring 2009 right away!!! puffy shoulders and tiny waistlines and sort of heavier fabrics. that'd be my suggestion!
I would 100% agree with Vivienne Westwood!
yes, westwood for sure but I'd say Chanel as well.
Christian Lacroix, Vivienne Westwood, Alexander Mcqueen (RIP, John Galliano
agree with baronessvonvintagedolce and gabanna fall 2009 would work perfectly
Olivier Theyskens!!! He did a futuristic Victorian collection with giant rubber skirts, corsets and bustles - divine!
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