Karin Högström

Karin Högström

Etnolog, forskare och lärare
Karin Högström
More ideas from Karin
Evening coat (image 1) | Mariano Fortuny | Italian | 1900-1933 | silk, glass | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 1985.364.3

Evening coat Fortuny (Italian, founded Designer: Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada Venice) Date: Culture: Italian Medium: silk, glass Dimensions: Length at CB: 51 in.

Dress,1933. French, Madeleine Vionnet. bias-cut silk chiffon with long sash .

Madeleine Vionnet dress - c. 1933 - White silk chiffon with red and yellow shaded print; long sash twisted and crossed at bodice front, then extended and sewn on neckline as collar - Mlle

Mariano Fortuny (1871-1949).                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Arizona Costume Institute Mariano Fortuny, Spanish, Delphos Dress, Silk Gift of Mrs. Burton Jacket, Velvet stenciled with metals Gift of Mrs. Joseph Mariano Fortuny made his.

Fur collared coat by Mariano Fortuny, 1920s; The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening coat Fortuny (Italian, founded Designer: Mariano Fortuny (Spanish, Granada Venice) Date: early Culture: Italian Medium: silk, fur Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Norbert A Bogdan, 1974 Accession Number:

Mariano Fortuny : Fashion, History | The Red List

Evening jacket Place of origin: Venice (city), Italy (made) Date: ca. 1920 (made) Artist/Maker: Mariano Fortuny, born 1871 - died 1949 (designer) Materials and Techniques: Metallic printed silk velvet, lined in corded silk

Mariano Fortuny : Fashion, History | The Red List

Evening jacket Place of origin: Venice (city), Italy (made) Date: ca. 1920 (made) Artist/Maker: Mariano Fortuny, born 1871 - died 1949 (designer) Materials and Techniques: Metallic printed silk velvet, lined in corded silk

Mariano Fortuny, Peplos, 1930, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Mariano Fortuny “Peplos” dress ca. 1930 via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Mariano Fortuny “Peplos” dress ca. 1930 via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art