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Completely unmarked pattern. Guestimate 1900s-1910s gentleman’s suit jacket.Even larger (read: massive) image of the pattern can be found here:http://libmma.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/search/field/relatig/searchterm/Costume%20Institute%20Fashion%20Plates/mode/exact

Completely unmarked pattern. Guestimate 1900s-1910s gentleman’s suit jacket.Even larger (read: massive) image of the pattern can be found here:http://libmma.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/search/field/relatig/searchterm/Costume%20Institute%20Fashion%20Plates/mode/exact

Completely unmarked pattern. Guestimate 1880s-1890s gentleman’s vest. Even larger (read: massive) image of the pattern can be found here:http://libmma.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/search/field/relatig/searchterm/Costume%20Institute%20Fashion%20Plates/mode/exact

Completely unmarked pattern. Guestimate 1880s-1890s gentleman’s vest. Even larger (read: massive) image of the pattern can be found here:http://libmma.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/search/field/relatig/searchterm/Costume%20Institute%20Fashion%20Plates/mode/exact

Completely unmarked pattern. Guestimate 1880s-1890s gentleman’s piped jacket/vest. Even larger (read: massive) image of the pattern can be found here:http://libmma.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/search/field/relatig/searchterm/Costume%20Institute%20Fashion%20Plates/mode/exact

Completely unmarked pattern. Guestimate 1880s-1890s gentleman’s piped jacket/vest. Even larger (read: massive) image of the pattern can be found here:http://libmma.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/search/field/relatig/searchterm/Costume%20Institute%20Fashion%20Plates/mode/exact

$365 - 1940s 50s Gentleman's Desi Arnez Red & Black Smoking  Jacket Robe image 6

$365 - 1940s 50s Gentleman's Desi Arnez Red & Black Smoking Jacket Robe image 6

A gentleman being powdered by his valet.  A cone protects the gentleman’s face during the process.  Powder was made from starch, often wheat flour, or powdered white clay.  The Toilette of the State Prosecutor’s Clerk, c. 1768 by Carle Vernet.

A gentleman being powdered by his valet. A cone protects the gentleman’s face during the process. Powder was made from starch, often wheat flour, or powdered white clay. The Toilette of the State Prosecutor’s Clerk, c. 1768 by Carle Vernet.

Bridal Inspiration by Westwood Design - set in a Gentleman's Club in Soho, these images explore the darkly glamorous aesthetic of the 1920s through to the 1940s.  Images by Bianco Photography.

Bridal Inspiration by Westwood Design - set in a Gentleman's Club in Soho, these images explore the darkly glamorous aesthetic of the 1920s through to the 1940s. Images by Bianco Photography.

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