Image source about the 18th century.
Waistcoat, French, between 1780-1790.
Silk and silk embroidery.
Now in storage at the Costume Institute in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Mantua, back detail.
Made between 1740-1745, altered between 1875-1900 to fit the late 19th centiry dress.
Made in England, now in storage at the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Alexander Fehling in the 2010 german film Goethe!
French 18th century shoes (mules) from the private collection of Lillian Williams.
Painting details from:
1. “La Toilette” (1742) by François Boucher.
2. “La Déclaration d’amour” (1732) by Jean François de Troy
Formal day ensemble in Spitafields woven fabric, circa 1735-1740, made in Britain.
Making of the Vogue cover with Kirsten Dunst as Marie Antoinette.
18th century reproduction gloves, made by costumer Augustin Tytär.
Coin purse, New Spain (Mexican), 1790.
Men’s Suit, circa 1780.
Stays, ca. 1780, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
I want candy too!
From the Marie Antoinette film, directed by Sofia Coppola, 2006. Music by Bow Wow Wow.
Pair of English shoes made with Spitafields brocade silk ca. 1735
Pocket detail on a ensemble, 1780’s. Made in France of silk velvet embroidered with silver spangles and thread and glass paste.
“The Marquise d’Aigurandes” (detail) by F. Drouais, 1759.
Back detail of a silk and linen gown. Ca. 1795, Great Britain. Victoria & Albert Museum.