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oh, wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This dress is simply amazing! :angel8:

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I don't know... for me, the material of this dress is a bit bizarre. But thanks for posting, dear Brittany!

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You're welcome!

This isn't 18th century but it's Christian Lacroix, he quite frequently has pieces that are 18th century inspired. It's from his Spring 2007 Couture collection.

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I like this dress! Its pattern is so lovely. I wish to regard it closer.

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The only other good picture I could find was of the back of the dress.

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Thanks, it is very nice :rainbow:

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Post Re: The 18th century dresses.
Brittany wrote:
Can we post modern interpretations of 18th century dresses or dresses inspired by the 18th century or is this thread just for actual 18th century dresses?

Why not? :)

Anouk wrote:
I like this dress! Its pattern is so lovely. I wish to regard it closer.

I like the pattern too but I don’t like the shape of the dress. :|

Here is one 19th century dress (evening dress, 1855), I had to post it, I think it’s incredible, so beautiful and I find it just perfect for me! This dress is my dream! :love:
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I understand you, it is so lovely! If you had lived in the XIXth century, you'd have wore it during a ball :D

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Oh my, it's GORGEOUS!!!!! Just my favourite colour, and embroiderd with roses! Amazing :angel8:

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Here's one I found, incredible embroidery must take forever! :bunny:


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Post Re: The 18th century dresses.
Marija Vera wrote:
Why not? :)

Just wanted to check. :D

I know the Sofia Coppola film isn't very popular here, but the dresses in the photo shoot they did for Vogue were stunning. Here is my favorite one, it was made by Olivier Theyskens for Rochas specifically for this shoot:

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Well maybe I don't like very much the Coppola-film, but I adore this gown you've posted, Brittany :) thanks!

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Anouk wrote:
I understand you, it is so lovely! If you had lived in the XIXth century, you'd have wore it during a ball :D
Rosalie wrote:
Oh my, it's GORGEOUS!!!!! Just my favourite colour, and embroiderd with roses! Amazing :angel8:

I know, it’s gorgeous. :biggrin:

I like the gold dress that Pennilayn posted. It’s simple and I like it.

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Dress (robe à la française) 1760.

(I’ve slightly changed the name of this topic after my English revision. I think this would be more correct since sometimes I like to use articles obsessively :roll:)

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The picture from Vogue is very beautiful, I find. It looks like a fairy-tale landscape, ma has something tragic about it in the same time.
And also the last dress you posted, Marja Vera...actually, I find all 18th century dresses amzing, and I wish I could wear one one day...

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Post Re: The 18th century dresses.
Brittany wrote:
Just wanted to check. :D

I know the Sofia Coppola film isn't very popular here, but the dresses in the photo shoot they did for Vogue were stunning. Here is my favorite one, it was made by Olivier Theyskens for Rochas specifically for this shoot:

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Thanks for posting! :) Are there any more photos or pages from that particular interview?


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