19 de enero de 2012

Madeleine Vionnet - 2 Shirts = 1 Skirt

Inspired by Madeleine Vionnet I dared to make a skirt out of 2 of my husband´s old shirts. Madeleine made clothes that cling to the body as if they were made of liquid silk.
Inspirada por Madeleine Vionnet me atrevo a crear una falda con dos camisas viejas de mi marido. Madeleine hizo posible que la ropa abrazara el cuerpo como si estuvira hecha de seda líquida. 
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  1. jo!! que imaginación y originalidad, deseando ver como queda...
    besitos Sacramento!!!!

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  2. Oooohhh how fun!! I cant wait to see how the skirt turns out:)

    Have a great day!

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  3. Hola Sacramento!
    Quiero ver ya lo que estás creando!
    por cierto el abrigo salmón una pasada.
    Ah, mi suegra es fan tuya!!, nunca comenta porque se lía pero me habla de tí cada vez que la veo.

    Un besazo!!!!!!!!!!!

    Isabel

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  4. Ya quiero ver la segunda parte !! <3

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  5. Hola, ya tengo ganas de vértela puesta! besos

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  6. Aver con que nos sorprendes esta vez!!
    Besos
    Raquel

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  7. Wow, I will be waiting eagerly to see the result of your sewing! I love how you take inspiration from many different sources. xxxx

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  8. Can not wait to see the result
    You are so talented Mrs. P

    Ariane xxxx

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  9. Such fun! Can't wait to see what you've created, Sacramento! Sarah xxx

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  10. Wow, what an interesting project. I can't wait to see the results. Xx

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  11. I can't wait to see how it turns out!!

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  12. Que estupendo, que ganas de ver la continuación ;-))

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  13. What suspense! I want to see what happens next :p xx

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  14. Oh you tease! Now waiting in suspence xxx

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  15. Oooh interesting! You're so great with a sewing machine!!!!
    http://www.intotheblonde.com/

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  16. Isn't it funny how everyone bows at the feet of these new designers when really all they are doing is repeating what has already been done! I adore that 1st picture. You are right, the dress is so fluid and regal!! I can't wait to see this dress you are making! Kiah

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  17. What beautiful vintage pictures, and a really interesting project I can't wait to see how it turns out! your blog is fantastic, you're very glamorous indeed!

    Thank you so much for your lovely comments over at http://thewoollenmitten.blogspot.com/ :)

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  18. Sacramento, I love the shirts you picked out! I can't wait to see what you do with them....you've got me wanting to raid my honey's closet! Hugs! ~Serene

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  19. La primera foto parece la Victoria de Samotracia.

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  20. I simply adore her work! And I can't wait to see what you end up doing with those shirts!

    xx

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  21. oh my gosh! i can't wait to see the finished look.

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  22. Trust you to post about one of my fashion heroes! I love what this woman did for fashion in the 30's.
    Can't wait to see what you create!
    x.o.x.o

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  23. i can't wait to see the result....

    http://wardrobexperience.blogspot.com

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  24. wow, how creative! i can't wait! xxx

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  25. Mmmm!! Que ganas tengo de ver el resultado!!! Adoro a Madame Vionnet!! Vi hace un par de años una exposición suya en Paris!! Impresionante!!
    Besazos!!
    MY LITTLE SUEDE SHOES

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  26. Beautifully done! You're a genius. I can't wait!

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  27. uyyy ya quiero ver la continuacion...

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  28. Wow I can't WAIT to see where this will go!!! I am sure you will create something amazing with those old shirts ;)

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  29. The suspense is too much...I have always admired the drape of bias cut dresses, so it will be very interesting to see what you come up with.

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  30. An interesting idea, I look forward to styling...I greet...

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  31. love it!

    http://glamourgirl-bg.blogspot.com/

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  32. Que me dejas con la intrigaaaaaaaaaa!!! jajajaja, deseando ver el resultado puesto.

    Un beso enooooorme.

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  33. Muy original! hope your esposo didnt mind you using his old shirts.
    besos

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