Thursday, June 28, 2012

Random Thoughts on Patchwork Clothing

Bernard Willhelm

From LuFlux

Vintage "Klimt Dress" from Giorgio Sant'Angelo

Vintage Printed men's jacket from Pucci

Actress Hester Booth in a Harlequin costume about 1720. The painting is in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum

Suit worn by a Kiss member



Button from England during World War I


7 comments:

Me and My Stitches said...

All I have to say is..."OH MY!"!!

WoolenSails said...

Those are just too much, lol. Would be fun to make a quilted outfit, then we can have a party to wear them at;)

Debbie

Debra Spincic said...

Of the bunch, the Klimt dress is probably the most wearable. It's actually quite pretty! Reminds me a bit of Koos clothes.

Sujata Shah said...

Aren't they fun to look at? Here are some I collected on my board on Pinerest.
http://pinterest.com/sujatashah/patchwork/

Becky in VA said...

What a fun way to start the day. Wild and crazy stuff. The Kiss suit is my favorite.

Rosemary Youngs said...

Too funny, especially the one from Lu Flux, cute outfits, just something I wouldn't wear. of course, you should see some of the things I wear to the dear Jane retreats, they kind of fit in the same category now that I think about it.

Denniele said...

Still don't know what to say about these clothes. They make me smile but also make my head spin!