Westlicher Stil Kleidung

viscountess Hayashi, wife of Count Tadasu Hayashi, Japanese diplomat and statesman, during her court presentation to King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, March 1902

viscountess Hayashi, wife of Count Tadasu Hayashi, Japanese diplomat and statesman, during her court presentation to King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, March 1902

『東風俗福づくし 洋 ふく』 Western Clothing from the series An Array of Auspicious Customs of Eastern Japan (Azuma fūzoku, fukuzukushi-Yōfuku) Artist: Yōshū (Hashimoto) Chikanobu (1838–1912), Meiji period (1868–1912), 1889, Triptych of polychrome woodblock prints; ink and color on paper

『東風俗福づくし 洋 ふく』 Western Clothing from the series An Array of Auspicious Customs of Eastern Japan (Azuma fūzoku, fukuzukushi-Yōfuku) Artist: Yōshū (Hashimoto) Chikanobu (1838–1912), Meiji period (1868–1912), 1889, Triptych of polychrome woodblock prints; ink and color on paper

In the Meiji Era, Western fashion became more popular- especially among the well-to-do and fashionistas such as geisha.

In the Meiji Era, Western fashion became more popular- especially among the well-to-do and fashionistas such as geisha.

Princesses Ingeborg and Thyra of Denmark

Those dresses are amazing! Prinzessinnen Ingeborg und Thyra von Dänemark, Princesses of Denmark

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