Faldón de flecos. Impresionante faldon con distintos tonos beige en los flecos (5 hebras de hilo distintas). La parte central, en crochet, mide 28 x 28 cm. El largo de los flecos es de 36 cm. Muy suave. Lavar a mano y dejar secar en plano. Un atrezzo original, divertido y con mucho juego para ser utilizado en distintas sesiones fotográficas.
CJ Yao (CJ YAO recently graduated from Fashion Design Womenswear at Central Saint Martins in London.) "wood be" collection - CJ Yao's work was recently shown as part of the 2012 BA undergraduate fashion and textile student work at Central Saint Martins in London
blue Russian shawl with green, turquoise and pink, oversized shawl, fringed shawl, large floral wool shawl, Pavlovo Posad shawl NWOT
This is a fantastically rare and collectable Russian shawl made in Pavlovo Posad, with pink roses and paisley on brilliant cobalt blue and turquoise. The shawl was stored in someone's chest in Bukhara as part of someone's dowry. Russian shawls for a long time have been part of a costume of Uzbek, Turkmen, Tajik and Kyrgyz women, representing the beautiful mix of cultures in Central Asia, along the Great Silk Road. The girl is an Uzbek/Russian mix. #mulberrywhisper
Reserved for Rosy Bold, Art Deco-style statement earrings, part of my Screen Sirens series inspired by the screen goddesses of the 1920s and 30s, as well as the stunning architecture of the Art Deco era. They are handmade from scratch in copper, with sterling silver earwires and a contrast panel of woven fine silver. The colour of the central, diamond-shaped aqua Amazonite bead is picked up by a fringe of slender copper dangles, cold enamelled in pale turquoise and providing delicate…
Africa | Detail from a Ceremonial Asymmetric shawl from Djerba, Tunisia | Cotton; a central panel of white squares on a black background with densely woven borders, the lower part richly embroidered with horizontal bands of abstract decorations worked in metal threads and with fringing
HTC SHOULDER BAG WITH FRINGES S/S 2016 Black leather shoulder bag with fringes red lining studs and stones on the upper part central studded insert in the back chain and leather shoulder strap 100% leather
Elf and Stone (Ervin Fiellateau and Stephen Stone) are a fashion illustration duo that create their pieces by a process called "symbiotic jamming" - a technique that involves both artists creating a single illustration on the same piece of paper. A series of 6 large scale paintings approx 8 feet tall - hung in Central Store B’HAM part of the ‘we love brum’ project by House of Fraser store B’Ham - Elf & Stone worked on a collaborative project with Gavin Douglas - Fashion Fringe Design winner.