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19th Century Fashion

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If you think you take too much time to get ready in the morning, wait till you meet this young woman who dresses to impress in a very unusual way. Mila Povoroznyuk from Ukraine, who is known to her fans as your_sunny_flowers, has ditched all modern fashion trends to follow her own aesthetic that makes her look like she came back from the 19th century.

Fashion Plate (Dinner Dress) | LACMA Collections

Fashion Plate, 'Dinner Dress' for 'The Repository of Arts', Rudolph Ackermann (England, London, 1764-1834), England, London, April 1, 1825, Prints, Hand-colored engraving on paper.

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Episode 1: Maximalism The design styles I can’t get out of my head: Maximalism, Organic Modern & 19th-century design. Maximalism was my first love in design and if you want to know how to create a maximalist space feel free to contact me! #whatismaximalism #maximalisthowto #blackgirlmaximalist #eclecticmaximalistinteriordesign
What is more midcentury than aqua and olive green? These MidMod Elements table linens from BM Fabric Designs feature the rectangular forms and horizontal and vertical lines of the 19th century modern style in the classic aqua and olive green palette. Click to view and purchase online! #midcenturytabledining #midcenturytablesetting #aquaandolivegreen #tablerunners #midcenturytablerunner #olivegreenaqua
Chack out my popular trilogy, THE ITALIAN CHRONICLES, set in 19th century Sicily. Follow the saga of Maria Landro as her life's dream falls apart.
Cubism is an early-20th-century avant-garde art movement that revolutionized European painting and sculpture and inspired related movements in music, literature and architecture. 📌 Artists Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque brought different views of subjects (usually objects or figures) together in the same picture, resulting in paintings that appear fragmented and abstracted.