4 responses to “FASHION PLATES”

  1. Susan Bentn Avatar
    Susan Bentn

    Thank you so, so much. I hope that in the near future you will put your 18th century fashion plates because it is really, really hard to come by them in most of the world. I am so interested in this era and it is all uphill finding them. You have a few plates posted already but without the dates they are kind of useless to me.

  2. Stasha Avatar

    Thank God we live in 21st sen. Great images thought.

  3. Gernot Carqueville Avatar
    Gernot Carqueville

    I am interested in Modes et Manieres d`Aujourdhui 1920, Pl. X – Vers le dancing. Only an original. Do you sell it? What is your lowest price? Regards, Gernot Carqueville

  4. Lamont O'Neal Avatar

    I am a adjunct faculty member of FIT, I’m in the Fashion Design Dept. I teach Men’s Wear Drawing and Rendering. I am also in the process of writing a book. It’s titled Illustrating Men’s Fashion and is being published by Bloomsbury Publishers in London. I’d like to use one of the fashion plates shown here – Costume – Parisien – 1824 – in my book. Would that be possible? I would appreciate any help you can give me concerning the matter.

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