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Construction du tout premier Disneyland, à Anaheim en Californie. Ouvert en 1955.

Construction du tout premier Disneyland, à Anaheim en Californie. Ouvert en 1955.

Casaquin © P. Ladet et C. Pignol / Galliera / Roger-Viollet Ce type de corsage ajusté au buste, à longues basques, est appelé casaquin. Il est souvent représenté sur des portraits féminins liés à la chasse. La préciosité de son ornementation semble le destiner plutôt aux festivités des retours de chasse ou à ces moments de semi-apparat comme les repas ou les promenades en compagnie distinguée. - See more at: http://www.palaisgalliera.paris.fr/fr/oeuvre/casaquin#sthash.VjZsBkL2.dpuf

Casaquin © P. Ladet et C. Pignol / Galliera / Roger-Viollet Ce type de corsage ajusté au buste, à longues basques, est appelé casaquin. Il est souvent représenté sur des portraits féminins liés à la chasse. La préciosité de son ornementation semble le destiner plutôt aux festivités des retours de chasse ou à ces moments de semi-apparat comme les repas ou les promenades en compagnie distinguée. - See more at: http://www.palaisgalliera.paris.fr/fr/oeuvre/casaquin#sthash.VjZsBkL2.dpuf

The orginal prototype of Mt. Rushmore in 1941- this was before funding ran out.  via reddit

The orginal prototype of Mt. Rushmore in 1941- this was before funding ran out. via reddit

Caraco Jacket, Detachable Sleeves, Bodice, and Petticoat, ca. 1770  via Sörmlands Museum

Caraco Jacket, Detachable Sleeves, Bodice, and Petticoat, ca. 1770 via Sörmlands Museum

2e quart 18e siècle    Lieu de conservation  Paris ; Galliera musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris

2e quart 18e siècle Lieu de conservation Paris ; Galliera musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris

1730 red velvet caraco

1730 red velvet caraco

Caraco Rood en blauw gebloemde sits (cotton), gevoerd met linnen (linen). c1780 Dutch Identifier 8920

Caraco Rood en blauw gebloemde sits (cotton), gevoerd met linnen (linen). c1780 Dutch Identifier 8920

Jacket, skirt and bodice, Sweden, 1770s. White silk embroidered with floral motifs in purple silk an dsilver thread. Beloged to "Aunt Ulla" Ulrica Christina Cronstedt (1756-1841).

Jacket, skirt and bodice, Sweden, 1770s. White silk embroidered with floral motifs in purple silk an dsilver thread. Beloged to "Aunt Ulla" Ulrica Christina Cronstedt (1756-1841).

Casaquin. Anonyme, vers 1730-1740. Galliera, musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris.

Casaquin. Anonyme, vers 1730-1740. Galliera, musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris.

LADYS SILK JACKET, AMERICAN or EUROPEAN, 18th C. - I think this one has been altered in the front

LADYS SILK JACKET, AMERICAN or EUROPEAN, 18th C. - I think this one has been altered in the front

Jacket, skirt and bodice, Sweden, 1770s. White silk embroidered with floral motifs in purple silk an dsilver thread. Beloged to "Aunt Ulla" Ulrica Christina Cronstedt (1756-1841).

Jacket, skirt and bodice, Sweden, 1770s. White silk embroidered with floral motifs in purple silk an dsilver thread. Beloged to "Aunt Ulla" Ulrica Christina Cronstedt (1756-1841).

Turquoise silk taffeta brocade caracao (jacket), probably English, 1780's.

Turquoise silk taffeta brocade caracao (jacket), probably English, 1780's.

18th century silk jacket

18th century silk jacket

1860s Cocoa brown moire silk dress with light green silk fringe. The dress closes down the center front with hooks. The dress has the sloped, drop shoulders of the period. Lined in glazed brown cotton

Civil War Era Cocoa Brown Silk Dress

1860s Cocoa brown moire silk dress with light green silk fringe. The dress closes down the center front with hooks. The dress has the sloped, drop shoulders of the period. Lined in glazed brown cotton

This gown and matching stomacher are made of very fine silk. Because of its shine or lustre, the fabric was called a lustring or lutestring. The process of 'lustrating' involved stretching and moistening the textile. In a 1756 treatise, silk designers are advised that ornaments for lustring ‘must be open and airy’ so as not to obscure the glazed ground. 1752 - 1775 - Museum of London

This gown and matching stomacher are made of very fine silk. Because of its shine or lustre, the fabric was called a lustring or lutestring. The process of 'lustrating' involved stretching and moistening the textile. In a 1756 treatise, silk designers are advised that ornaments for lustring ‘must be open and airy’ so as not to obscure the glazed ground. 1752 - 1775 - Museum of London

18th Century Costume Archives: Red Silk 1760s Robe a l’Anglais « Life Takes Lemons

18th Century Costume Archives: Red Silk 1760s Robe a l’Anglais

18th Century Costume Archives: Red Silk 1760s Robe a l’Anglais « Life Takes Lemons