4 Responses to FASHION PLATES

  1. Susan Bentn says:

    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 says:

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

  3. Gernot Carqueville says:

    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. 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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