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madssonofmikkel · 2 days ago
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@the_fashion_counsellor instagram
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lovefrenchisbetter · a day ago
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The Row Soles Jacket in Wool
Essential Femme
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burlesque-brigade · 16 days ago
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Me as Private Polly/Oliver “Ozzer” Perks from Monstrous Regiment by Terry Pratchett
@woodsmokeandwords as Corporal Maladict
Photo by @electrospectrum
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newsprezzatura · 3 months ago
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New Sprezzatura
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beyondfabric · 3 months ago
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Aimé Leon Dore SS22
@aimeleondore has been killing it lately. A perfect interpretation of how contemporary men are dressing, maintaining tailored and preppy elements, but toning it down for everyday wear. Although I’m still passionate about true sartorial form and all its nooks and crannies, there has been a shift towards a more fluid, relaxed style. One that does not require you to take suiting to such an extreme, or play by the book on a daily basis and I do believe it to be a good thing. It allows for more flexibility and new approaches that ultimately elevate men’s fashion to new standards.
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cheapieclassic · 7 months ago
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Hello friends :") I've missed you!
Here's my most recent make - a tailored wool pinafore inspired by all the pinafore action in Queens Gambit♟ It has a new bodice style and is my 2nd time sewing with worsted wool 🐑🐑🐑
💐do you guys have any tips for getting rid of the creases from the wool being folded? Help pls I look like origami 😂💐
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atouchofcool · 7 months ago
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How Mr. Wick likes his suits: Italian style, 2 buttons, tapered trousers, tactical lining with cutting edge body armor for zero penetration. And rush ordered. | ATOC
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medieval-tailor-varan · 3 months ago
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I often work with commissions, according with someone's request. And I like sewing stuff that I’m already familiar with, it improves my skills. But sometimes it's nice to work on your own projects, create freely, try new techniques, materials and designs. Very refreshing. And this is how I made this short cloak.
It's made of thin wool and linen. I like this kind of wool, where you can see the interweaving of threads, it suits well for historical, medieval costumes. Just like on the top layer, linen also consists of threads of slightly different colors. And on the cloth folds other tones are visible, like sun glares on water surface. These fabrics are combined pleasantly not only visually, but also in touch - warm rough wool and cool smooth linen.
Pattern here is also quite uncommon from what I use. This cloak is cut in a shape of semi-oval - it's longer on the back and shortens towards the front. Because of it these large draperies are formed. I really like it when cloth falls in such waves. Even without additional decor it looks beautiful.
Cloak fastens with long strips of fabric that can be tied in different ways. So you combine it with various sets, creating different looks.
It was fun to work through this project and I like how it came up!
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xeniawatson · 9 days ago
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Mark Powell is never letting us down when it comes to random Martin Freeman throwbacks and I’m absolutely here for it. Thank you, kind sir, we appreciate.
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Such a handsome young man on his way to prom to pick up your daughter. <3
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suiteddaily · 28 days ago
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lovefrenchisbetter · 11 months ago
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Jil Sander Archives
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burlesque-brigade · 16 days ago
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Back on my (gay) bullshit
Me as Private Polly/Oliver “Ozzer” Perks from Monstrous Regiment by Terry Pratchett
@woodsmokeandwords as Corporal Maladict
Photo by @electrospectrum
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newsprezzatura · 3 months ago
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New Sprezzatura
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mori-stuff · 3 months ago
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„Look Out Lots Of Magnificent Gifts“ by The Ones Who Got Away contributions, round two! And this time it‘s a suit because when do I ever not make suits.
Hamid‘s colour palette is both a delight and a struggle to work with, but i actually really love the shade of purple (i swear it looks more purple in person) i ended up finding after seeing a similar one on the incredible Hamid designs by @psrj ! I‘m always a bit sad that suits looks slightly awkward on my mannequin, especially since the jacket is deliberately cut a bit weirdly to help a little with that halfling body shape, but I hope the fancy little guy wouldn’t mind ;)
Please check out the other incredible works of everyone involved in the TOWGA fan project!!
ID: Several photos of a sewing mannequin wearing a three piece suit over a white dress shirt, inspired by Hamid‘s character description. The waistcoat is the same burgundy purple colour as the trousers, has four welted pockets and a row of small brass buttons down the front. The dark green suit jacket has three a bigger version of the same buttons for closure and rounded lapels. The sleeves, lapels and the front bottom of the jacket are embroidered with swirly designs evocative of flames in shades of purple and gold. The background is a dark blue wall with stars painted on it. End ID.
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clove-pinks · 8 days ago
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The number of drafting systems being patented and published proliferated steadily during the 1830s, and then jumped dramatically in the 1840s, by which time methods for drafting men's garments constituted a whole subsidiary trade of competing patents, legal entanglements, regional subscription agents, aggressive advertising, and price wars. [...]
In 1842 the American Institute awarded a prize at its annual industrial fair for the first time to "the best system for drawing garments."
— Michael Zakim, Ready-Made Democracy: A History of Men's Dress in the American Republic, 1760-1860
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Illustrations from A Treatise on Cutting Garments to Fit the Human Form: Containing Fifty Diagrams and Designs Reduced to Mathematical Principles, by Scott & Wilson (New York, NY), 1841. (full text on Internet Archive)
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alhamdulillahyarab · a month ago
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Eid mubarak 💜
Sewed my eid outfit. What do you guys think?
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missnessabless · a month ago
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For Spamton artists
With Fangamer releasing measuring guide for Spamton plush.
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I need to ask, are you all going to make outfit base on your own Spamton EX design? I would love to see your Spamton EX into a plushies.
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skirtmag · 7 days ago
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suiteddaily · 2 months ago
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The greatest night of your life. Pushing the boundaries of sensuality and elevation with a luxurious scent. #RalphsClub @ralphlaurenfragrances #suitedman #meninsuits #menatplay #neckties #suits #formalwear #goldentoes #otcsocks
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brooklynmuseum · 5 months ago
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The @dior ateliers, or workrooms, have always been the cornerstone of the Christian Dior fashion house. The Atelier gallery of Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams spotlights one of the important stages in the creation of new gowns and dresses, the stage between the “sketch” and the “runway prototype”—the toiles. Sketches are typically the starting point for each collection, and from 1947 Dior made hundreds of “little engravings” each season from which a select group were realized in toile, which are named after the white cotton fabric used to create them. Typically, Marguerite Carré, the house’s technical director, distributed the sketches to the heads of two ateliers: flou (dressmaking or drapery) and tailleur (tailoring). The two ateliers would then create the three-dimensional toiles to be approved by the designer, before they were recaste into two-dimensional shapes that become the paper pattern. Once the actual fabrics are selected, embroideries placed, and accessories chosen, the hand-sewn runway prototype is produced. 
The Atelier section—a much-posted view of #DiorDesignerOfDreams—was designed by Nathalie de Criniere.
Installation views, Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams, Brooklyn Museum, September 10, 2021–February 20, 2022. (Photos: Here And Now Agency /@HereandNowAgency)
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