See This:The Costume Institute is Now Online
Wednesday, October 8, 2008, 10:19 k
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The Souper Dress

If you’ve ever been to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, you know it’s a sight to be seen. They house thousands of pieces that span 5 centuries and come from all over the world. Seriously, you can see a British riding coat from the 1700s, followed by this Ferragamo platform from the thirties:

And now you can see it all while you should be working because they’ve put the whole database online. I know, it’s totally thrilling! Check it out here.



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It’s seriously helpful for building a fashion history base for everyone. And if not, it’s a pretty sight for romantic eyes!

– I’ll include one of your posts in my weekly linkage! 🙂

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