Introducing the Boston Herald's fashionable paper doll, Mrs. B.S. Herald, and her spectacular wardrobe showcasing the latest styles.
Luthien delves deep into the guts of her gorgeous, late-Victorian, grey shirtwaist blouse to figure out its history and how the Victorian dressmaker made it.
Analyzing, in exhaustive detail, the construction of a lingerie dress from about 1904. Sunny dives into the finer points of a beautiful surviving piece of pure frou-frou.
Have you ever wanted to take your love of period clothing into everyday life, but felt overwhelmed? Constance shows us how.
2014's Centenary commemorates the start of the ‘war to end all wars’; the Great War of 1914-18. In a new series, Lorna introduces us to the brave nurses of WWI.
Janyce Hill has once again consulted her collection of antique magazines to pass on authentic, specific 1912 fashion trends & styles.
Sunny finishes her deciphering of a black velvet Teens evening gown, with the bodice opening and velvet tabard.
Sunny continues her examination and deciphering of a black velvet Teens evening gown, focusing on the bodice and sleeves.
Sunny continues her examination of a black velvet evening gown with many of the characteristics of Teens high fashion.
Sunny examines a very complicated early Teens black velvet evening gown with many of the characteristics of high fashion in this era.
Janyce Hill gives us the fashion forecast for April, May and June 1912, drawn from fashion magazines from that year.
This month, we talk to a master of accurate historical costume, German artist Mauritia Kirchner. Her portfolio features a vast selection of the most extraordinary historical reproductions, complete in every detail down to the exquisite hand embroidery and taking an average of six months to complete.
Mauritia agreed to talk to us about her work, her principles, her methods and her dream project.