Inside Hamlet

Collection by Participation | Design | Agency


Inside Hamlet is living theatre & an immersive party, in the tradition of Nordic larp. Three words define our interpretation: Decadence. Deception. Death.

Participation | Design | Agency

Stage Door Johnnies

If these are the boys next door, you must live in the nakedest neighborhood ever! The Stage Door Johnnies is the world’s only all-male burlesque group of its kind. Based in Chicago, performers Ray Gunn, Jett Adore, and Bazuka Joe give the audience a rare glimpse at a masculine twist on the historic art of striptease

Evening ensemble House of Lanvin spring/summer 1935

House of Lanvin | Evening ensemble | French | The Met

Jeanne Lanvin was apprenticed to a milliner and a dressmaker before opening her own millinery shop in 1889. She expanded into dressmaking when her clients began asking for the ensembles in which she adorned her daughter, Marguerite di Pietro (1897-1958)

Evening gown, 1912-14 Paul Poiret. Beside the harem-dresses, his most famous products, he still designed others. Such as this beautiful dress, I love the top with Bordeaux red chiffon.

Evening gown, 1912-14

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vintage 1930s cinnamon brown silk velvet evening gown | art deco, bias cut, cut outs |

r e s e r v e d - vintage 1930s dress / 30s gown / Cinnamon Brown Silk Velvet Art Deco Evening Gown

RESERVED for Crystal. please do not purchase unless you are Crystal. ..............r e s e r v e d. ..............r e s e r v e d. ..............r e s e r v e d. ..............r e s e r v e d. Incredibly glamorous 1930s 30s evening gown. ✧ custom made -- one of a kind! ✧ cinnamon silk velvet with a lovely sheen ✧ cut on the bias to conform to your unique curves ✧ long slits + diamond shaped cutouts down dolman sleeves ✧ black velvet covered button fastens center back keyhole ✧ matching belt…

Moment 15: Law of Austerity

WWII marked an era of sartorial austerity when the enactment of Law 85 restricted the use of silk, cotton, nylon and wool and regulated business practices.