Filtering the Immense or How to Study The Draping Masters

Madeleine Vionnet

Madeleine Vionnet (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Filtering the Immense is just one example of how to surf the net to learn anything you care to learn.  Using the drifting, chaotic, magical journey of IBA Internet by Accident…

… or developing a carefully constructed  key word search, you can seek out the information needed to make yourself victorious in your quest.  Depending on who you listen to and how you work the learning, both paths will succeed.  Take those journeys.  Here is one on draping…

Madeleine Vionnet, un génie au profit du corps des femmes

 

Retrospective Exhibition of Madeleine Vionnet in Paris

 

Throwing it together on Polyvore

Vionnet in Miniature – we are BIG on this one.

This is just for kicks, but we could talk about the draping.

Elsa Schiaparelli on “What’s My Line?”

New Couture Collection from Roger Vivier – the bag

The style of Audrey Hepburn

Making Hand Beaded Fabrics For Haute Couture Garments

Hubert de Givenchy et son égérie Audrey Hepburn

Coco Chanel 1969 Interview – Part 1/2

Hubert de Givenchy Paris Fashion Outtakes 1970s (B) watch Givenchy’s use of the MIRROR! (And you thought it was just me.)

Christian Dior History and please listen what HE says about grain within the first two minutes of this fabulous, fabulous video.

Tokyo Street to show how easy it can be to make it beautiful.

Anyway, do you get the point about learning anything you want on the WorldWideWeb?  Remember to click those side videos.

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One response to “Filtering the Immense or How to Study The Draping Masters

  1. I love your blog.. very nice colors & theme. Did you make this website yourself or did you hire someone to do it
    for you? Plz respond as I’m looking to construct my own blog and would like to find out where u got this from. many thanks

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