Fashion Designers at the Opera" is a full color photography book from Helna Matheopoulos as she brings readers through the creative world of Opera and theatre fashion as designers touch on period pieces
and the realms of fantasy, leading to some unique and thoughtful designs.
Interspersed with photographs and illustrations of iconic events, objects and period pieces
, this book is an absolute must for helping 'outsiders' who are struggling with difference and wonderful for 'insiders' who want to have a trip down memory lane.
She has meticulously documented her old home room, by room with photographs and she's sent a team of assistants to stores that stock authentic period pieces
," the source added.
Beautifully appointed furnishings with period pieces
, artifacts and antiques and built in cabinetry reaching to an open beam vaulted ceiling.
Now, after period pieces
-- "Gangs of New York" and "The Aviator" -- the legendary director is back on his familiar mean streets, albeit in Boston rather than his beloved New York City.
Readers learn the basics of upholstery skills with an eye to incorporating these modern designs into period pieces
and modern furniture alike, making for an inspiring collection of details.
Her film break came with Heavenly Creatures (1994), followed by period pieces
Sense And Sensibility (1995), Jude and Hamlet (both 1996).
Highly recommended especially for lay historians and writers planning to pen court life period pieces
French doors, period lighting and unique found objects recall a tradition feeling next to a modern attitude of glass, metal and leather period pieces
that enhances the character of the building.
While the storylines of these two pictures are worlds apart, both are period pieces
about women whose star--crossed passions lead them to disaster: madness in Ma vie and violent death in Nouvelle-France.
Long says he finds buyers of his period pieces
among people looking for authentic period pieces
to use during mountain man "rendezvous" gatherings, where participants dress and equip themselves with clothing and gear appropriate to the time.
Alongside his own furniture, carpets, ceramics, and sculptural structures, including a double staircase dedicated to the late critic Barbara Reise, Chaimowicz has incorporated period pieces
from Breuer and Isokon together with works by Enrico David, Paulina Olowska, Tom of Finland, Cerith Wyn Evans, Warhol, Giacometti, Marie Laurencin, and others, to construct a space that is almost usable yet thoroughly dreamlike.