Pinterest | Jaana Seppälä, histoire du costume

Une collection en perpétuel enrichissement de costumes couvrant la préhistoire jusqu’aux années 70. Le travail de Jaana Seppälä, chercheuse et conservatrice textile au musée finlandais de Satakunnan prend de multiples dimensions puisqu’il s’agrémente également de portraits, d’accessoires et de patrons embrassant toutes ces époques. Elle n’hésite pas à étendre ses recherches à travers des films ou des séries TV populaires comme The Borgias, Game of Thrones, The Queen of Sheba (1921) ou Marie-Antoinette de Sofia Coppola. Sportswear, lingerie, vêtements pour enfant, etc. sont classés scrupuleusement par dates et d’autres catégories.
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L’age de la crinoline

The middle of the nineteenth century was the great age of the crinoline. Lynda Nead examines what this unique fashion meant to women, how it empowered and constrained

The middle of the nineteenth century was the great age of the crinoline. Dresses became bigger and more ornate; skirts grew wider and wider, devouring metres of fabric and decorated with flounces, fringes and ribbons. The style was facilitated by the development of the sewing machine and technological developments in textile production that introduced new machine-made light, gauzy fabrics, which supplemented the more established and expensive silks and taffetas and were suited to the purses of the middling classes. The key to this fashion, the frame for this confection of fabrics and ornament, was the hooped cage crinoline. Historians have been divided on whether the crinoline turned women into ‘exquisite slaves’ or was a sign of female assertiveness and subversion.

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