Women dresses since 19th century

  • Corset

    Corset
    Corset has been around since 16th century but it rebirth in the Victorian era. In 1851,Roxey Ann Caplin launched her corsetry designs. She is known as inventor and designer of corset because of unique Victorian style of corsetry designs .It lacked the straps from shoulders of previous iterations. She awarded as inventor because of her innovative designs of the time. Her designs lives on today in variety of modern iteration.
  • Evening Gown with Tango Train

    Evening Gown with Tango Train
    This project called asymmetrically formed skirt and evening gown with tango train because it is used in evening party and other functions. This project was evaluated by Redfern Ltd.The main purpose of this gown is that it is supplied to the Queen Victoria’s house to riding clothes and costume. It is a unique project because it is used in Queen Victoria’s court and they use it as a costume.
  • The Bias Cut

    The Bias Cut
    The bias cut was first introduced in 1920s by the French Designer Madeleine Vionnet also known as “The Queen of the Bias Cut”. She applied this technique to her designs in 1920s. Bias Cut is a Technique in which the fabric is cut at such an angle that creates a natural flow and flatters any body type.This style became very popular in 1930s and is still used widely. The project ended in the same decade.
  • Evening Gown

    Evening Gown
    Lucile, Lady Duff Gordon, believed that if dresses were to give any pleasure to their wearer, they must become a part of their personality. She honoured each one with a unique poetic name evocative of a mood, colour, composition or her client’s personality, or took inspiration from literature and popular culture.Lady Duff Gordon established branches of Lucile Ltd in New York in 1910, Paris in 1911 and Chicago in 1915.
  • The Flapper dress

    The Flapper dress
    This flapper dress was a project executed by coco chanel and was termed as ‘Garcone’. This form of dress brought a drastic turn in fashion sense of women.This project was also focussed on the comfort of the lady wearing this. The corset was ditched and it turned out to be more comfortable for the women.
    The deliverable of the project was to create a dress which was comfortable to wear during the jazzy age so as to give the women freedom of body movement.
  • Little Black Dress

    Little Black Dress
    A Little Black Dress (LBD) is black coloured, quite short evening/cocktail dress .It came into fashion in 1920s because of Coco Chanel and Jean Patou who designed this dress. In 1926 , Vogue published a design of black dress. The little black dress considered essential for every women who believe it a ‘Rule of fashion’
  • "Boissy" Evening Gown

    "Boissy" Evening Gown
    This project is called Boissy Evening Gown. It shows the leisure and sophistication. This gown is combination of pastel tone like pink, ivory and red green. The gown has wide neckline with scalloped collar. However, rose bouquets grip the all fabric. this project is executed by Madame Paquin.The main purpose of this project is that its shows the luxury item before the word war 1. This project is temporary. Moreover, this skirt is downward in 1912.
  • The Lobster Dress

    The Lobster Dress
    This Beautiful dress was created by Elsa Schiaparelli in 1937.The Lobster dress is a simple white silk evening dress with a crimson waistband featuring a large lobster painted (by Dali) onto the skirt. It is heard that Dali wanted to add real mayonnaise on the dress but it was objected by Schiaparelli. This silk dress became so popular that Wallis Simpson wore it in a series of photographs.
  • Utility Dresses

    Utility Dresses
    The concept of utility dresses was designed British Government by in 1940s. the objective of this dress was to create a durable and affordable dress form for the women. Women rolled up the sleeves of their utility outfits, sported a cloth in their hair, added a bit of red lipstick, and went to work.
    The deliverable in this project was a dress form which wasn’t fashionable but affordable and durable.
  • Corolle

    Corolle
    A French designer Christian Dior presented his first collection of women dress named "Corolle" . The signature style of Corolle collection was Full skirt, tight waist and soft shoulders. This collection went down in fashion history as “New look” ("Dior’s Ring," 2010). The new look was an international success in late 1940s and his designs were elegant .After the Corolle collection, he become one of the most famous person in the fashion world ("Christian Dior’s," 2011).
  • Evening dress

    Evening dress
    This project was executed by Christian Dior in the year 1955. This dress was worn by best-known British ballerina of the 20th century for her Buckingham Palace investiture on Feb 7,1956.Large stole-like panel with a dynamic design appears to pass behind the front of the dress, elegantly wrapping the dancer’s slender physique and producing a gorgeous image appropriate for the ceremony.
    The deliverable in this project was the evening dress for a specific ceremony.
  • The Wrap Dress

    The Wrap Dress
    The wrap Dress was discovered by Diane von Furstenberg in 1974 Known for her iconic wrap dresses. The Wrap Dress is a kind of jersey dress that follows the body curves by wrapping from one side to other. It is a comfortable and easy to wear dress without zips or buttons. The purpose of this dress was to make women look elegant and practical at the workplace even without losing the comfort. The project ended in the same year.
  • Lilac Walking Dress

    Lilac Walking Dress
    This dress is impresses with warm colour of its best woollen material and super tone design. However, in this dress the jacket has well design with S curve and it extended breast section with two buttons. This project is executed Fashion house Emma Richter ,Karlsbad. This dress is very fashionable on that time. It contains the well design jacket with S curve which give the new look of the women. It is unique project with consciously change with time.
  • Harris Tweed

    Harris Tweed
    Dame Vivienne Westwood created this suit for her unique ‘Time Machine’ fashion collection, which was part of a larger collection entitled ‘Britain Must Go Pagan’. Vivienne Westwood is known for challenging the fashion world with unusual and flamboyant fashion designs that incorporate tradition and heritage. Here, she combined medieval armour with the traditional gentleman’s suit to create the ultimate British suit.
  • Citizen's Mark : The Blazers

    Citizen's Mark : The Blazers
    Citizen's Mark is the startup making women's blazers in fabrics and factories that had previously only made men's suiting. As a result, their blazers are without rivals in nearly every category in comparison to other options on the market.