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Hyacinth blue silk evening dress decorated with pearl latticework and embroidered crossed key motifs in pearls, diamantes and gold beads, about 1936. This design was named The Keys of Saint Peter and was supposedly inspired by paintings at the National Gallery. Worn by Lady Jane Clark, wife of Sir Kenneth Clark, Director of the National Gallery (1934-1945)

Hyacinth blue silk evening dress decorated with pearl latticework and embroidered crossed key motifs in pearls, diamantes and gold beads, about 1936. This design was named The Keys of Saint Peter and was supposedly inspired by paintings at the National Gallery. Worn by Lady Jane Clark, wife of Sir Kenneth Clark, Director of the National Gallery (1934-1945)

Evening Dress, Elsa Schiaparelli (Italian, 1890–1973): summer 1939, French, silk, synthetic, rhinestones, metal. "...The pearl bead latticework along the neck and around the sleeves references sixteenth-century decoration, such as seen on Queen Elizabeth and Catherine de Medici's clothing, studded with pearls and jewels. Millicent Rogers, who’s chic knew no rival, was the original owner of this dress, and was a devoted Schiaparelli client."

Evening Dress, Elsa Schiaparelli (Italian, 1890–1973): summer 1939, French, silk, synthetic, rhinestones, metal. "...The pearl bead latticework along the neck and around the sleeves references sixteenth-century decoration, such as seen on Queen Elizabeth and Catherine de Medici's clothing, studded with pearls and jewels. Millicent Rogers, who’s chic knew no rival, was the original owner of this dress, and was a devoted Schiaparelli client."

Alexander McQueen FW2010 #PurelyInspiration

Alexander McQueen FW2010 #PurelyInspiration

Alexander McQueen's "Jack the Ripper" coat

Alexander McQueen's "Jack the Ripper" coat

Inspired by a Hieronymous Bosch painting? Carven.

Inspired by a Hieronymous Bosch painting? Carven.

Alexander McQueen 07

Alexander McQueen 07

McQueen

McQueen

a dress with hieronymus bosch painting by Alexander McQueen

a dress with hieronymus bosch painting by Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen often referenced art historical works in his garments. He favoured the painters of fifteenth-century Northern Europe, including Hans Memling, Robert Campin and Hieronymus Bosch.

Alexander McQueen often referenced art historical works in his garments. He favoured the painters of fifteenth-century Northern Europe, including Hans Memling, Robert Campin and Hieronymus Bosch.