Also from the collection at Brede Værk (just north of Copenhagen) – a SIDE-FOLDING collapsible top hat! Has anybody seen one of these before? I’d love to know of others if you know of any collections that has one.
In honor of those glorious Alençon lace cravats I posted a bit ago, here’s a 1960’s dress from the collection at Brede Værk just north of Copenhagen. It’s like, her dress matches his tie, only 300 years apart.
For those of you who liked the de Largillierre painting I posted a while ago, here are some real examples of that brief but interesting period (1670-1700) of scrumptiously lacy cravats.
And here’s the full version of the painting I posted earlier:
This is an interesting pairing – through March, the windows at Paul Smith (in both New York and Chicago) are featuring photographs by George Hurrell, of Hollywood portrait fame.
Here is the link to the Kobal Collection at Art Resource.
It’s so great to see so many museum exhibitions focusing on menswear!
This exhibition on ties will be on in Switzerland from September 2014 through January 2015.
This looks amazing:
From the Anatomy of a Suit Exhibition at the Museum of London, on exhibition Dec 20 – June 1, 2014