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EXHIBITION: PATTERNS OF MAGNIFICENCE: PELOPONNESIAN FOLKLORE FOUNDATION “V. PAPANTONIOU” presents TRADITION AND REINVENTION IN GREEK WOMEN’S...

EXHIBITION: PATTERNS OF MAGNIFICENCE: PELOPONNESIAN FOLKLORE FOUNDATION “V. PAPANTONIOU” presents TRADITION AND REINVENTION IN GREEK WOMEN’S...

It's all in the details for Gucci's Fall 2017 collection.

Gucci Fall 2017 Menswear Fashion Show Details

It's all in the details for Gucci's Fall 2017 collection.

The underapron, the mesa podia is made of silk. Over this is worn the podia; on festive occasions by those who can afford one. It is covered with elaborate cord embroidery. This type of apron is not found in any other Greek costume. But see this Vlach costume from Sqepur in Albania. This might give some insight into the origin of the Karagouni of Thessaly, Greece

The underapron, the mesa podia is made of silk. Over this is worn the podia; on festive occasions by those who can afford one. It is covered with elaborate cord embroidery. This type of apron is not found in any other Greek costume. But see this Vlach costume from Sqepur in Albania. This might give some insight into the origin of the Karagouni of Thessaly, Greece

Depending on the materials used,Greek embroideries could be classified as (a) colored, worked in dyed threads, (b) white,using white silk or cotton threads, (c) lace,worked in cotton with needles,crochet or bobbins,and (d) gold-embroidered, produced with the use of metal threads, gold and silver wire and gilded wire.

Depending on the materials used,Greek embroideries could be classified as (a) colored, worked in dyed threads, (b) white,using white silk or cotton threads, (c) lace,worked in cotton with needles,crochet or bobbins,and (d) gold-embroidered, produced with the use of metal threads, gold and silver wire and gilded wire.

A ship.  Greek embroidery, on a towel.  Late-Ottoman era, 18th century.   Silk and metal thread on linen.  (Metropolitan museum, N.Y.).

A ship. Greek embroidery, on a towel. Late-Ottoman era, 18th century. Silk and metal thread on linen. (Metropolitan museum, N.Y.).

Sfakia - Crete

Sfakia - Crete

Chrysomándilo costume from Astypalaia, Dodecanese Circa 1870 ©Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece This bridal and festive costume of Astypalaia, the chrysomándilo, belonged to the...

Chrysomándilo costume from Astypalaia, Dodecanese Circa 1870 ©Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece This bridal and festive costume of Astypalaia, the chrysomándilo, belonged to the...

Μακεδονία - Γρεβενά - Γαλάζια ποδιά, μονόφυλλη, ορθογώνια παραλληλόγραμμη, νυφική και γιορτινή ποδιά που παίρνει το όνομά της από το χρώμα του υφαντού. / Macedonia - Grevena - blue apron, single-wing, rectangles, bridal and festive apron gets its name from the color of the fabric.

Μακεδονία - Γρεβενά - Γαλάζια ποδιά, μονόφυλλη, ορθογώνια παραλληλόγραμμη, νυφική και γιορτινή ποδιά που παίρνει το όνομά της από το χρώμα του υφαντού. / Macedonia - Grevena - blue apron, single-wing, rectangles, bridal and festive apron gets its name from the color of the fabric.

“Kaplamas”. The everyday indigo dyed coat dress of Megara, a village northwest of Athens, lined with white and red cotton lining, when worn, was often pulled at the back.  Size 	  Date 	Early 20th c.

“Kaplamas”. The everyday indigo dyed coat dress of Megara, a village northwest of Athens, lined with white and red cotton lining, when worn, was often pulled at the back. Size Date Early 20th c.

Sfakia - Crete

Sfakia - Crete


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