18th Century Fashion highlights are brought to life in the Latest Sale Business Directory covering luxury Fashion. As the year comes to a close we celebrate eco warriors in Fashion whose designs and concepts stand the test of time. Social impact fashion endures through time with leading designers and fashion students alike taking the sustainable fashion topic to new heights.
Fashion trends that endure include the Emma Whiteside automated radiator copper 18th Century gown inspired by Queen Adelaide. The 2009 Wearable Art show displayed the essence of 18th Century Fashion in all its glory and to date no other garment has had such an impact. The Latest Sale list of favourite 18th Century fashion gems with a focus on sustainability includes this beautiful masterpiece.
Emma Whiteside’s Industrial Design degree has enabled her to conceive an earthy design project that blends innovation at the highest level with 18th century concepts. Her eye for detail is vibrantly displayed in all its glory with this environmentally sustainable fashion beauty. This exclusive 18th century gown incorporates in excess of 200 hours committed towards sewing each copper rosette piece individually to this exclusive 18th century gown that has shined through the years with elaborate brilliance.
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