: “Joe [Wright] just told me: ‘You better make it good because it’s really significant.’ So, I felt very worried that it wouldn’t be good enough and I just made it and I thought, ‘Well, it’s kind of OK.’ Someone asked me before ‘What makes a costume iconic?’ It’s really only partly the costume designer. It’s really about Keira wearing it, at that moment, looking the way she does. The way that it’s framed. How Joe uses it. How it fits in the story. All those things make it something… It’s made to be at that moment in the movie, and its greatness comes from all those elements at the same time. I didn’t know it would be so good, you can’t know!”Jacqueline Durran, costume designer for Atonement (2007).

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Evening Dress

Yves Saint Laurent

1970s

Katy Kane

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ephemeral-elegance:

Sequin Embellished Evening Gown, ca. 1901

Madame Menol

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asylum-art:

Erevos Aether – Wake the Serpent Not

Erevos Aether’s AW 2014-15 collection, Wake the Serpent Not, contrasts sheer, romantic, fragile textures with armorlike iridescent leather and metallic elements. The architectural qualities of this tough, invulnerable aspect combine with its softer side to create a high sci-fi look that is dark and impressive.

I want them all omfg.

her face, hair and everything are my goals in life

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Tony Ward 2014-2015 Fall-Winter Couture

Tony Ward 2014-2015 Fall-Winter Couture

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Game of Thrones Season 4 + Costume Porn

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Samoseli Pirveli (meaning “first garment”) is a shop that specializes in traditional Georgian clothes, which differ according to the “strata and regions of Georgia” (source). One style of garment is called a “chokha” and another, “kalakuri kaba” (meaning “city dress”). Each image has a line of English categorizing the clothing style.

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