Judy Garland wore this pale blue, mini length tent dress for her wedding to Mickey Deans on March 15, 1969. This was Garland’s fifth marriage.
Anna Mary Scott Robbins began work as the costume designer for Downton Abbey during season five, and continued through the shows finale in season six,
The Queen Mary fringe tiara was made in 1919 by E. Wolff and Co. for Garrard. It was commissioned by Queen Mary of Teck, who
It’s that time of year again! During Oktoberfest you’ve probably seen people out and about in its traditional festive Bavarian outfits, which were introduced centuries
Rachel Brosnahan looked regal and elegant in this structured Elie Saab gown at the Emmy Awards on Sept 22, 2019. This gown comes from Saab’s
This whimsical carousel dress first appeared in Alexander McQueen’s Spring 2005 runway show “It’s Only A Game” as look #32. During the first portion of
The tutu has become an iconic and integral part of the ballet aesthetic over the years. Though they are now created in thousands of dazzling
Gabrielle Chanel first began selling hats in 1909, from the ground floor of her lover (and textile heir) Étienne Balsan’s apartment at 160 Boulevard Malesherbes.
These are some of my favorite pieces from the stunning jewelry collection of Marie Antionette. Ten of her pieces, from the Bourbon-Parma family, sold at
I’ve always been fascinated by moments when fashion collides with history. In my opinion the most memorable and iconic example of this in American history