Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Page 1 of 9 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9  Next

View previous topic View next topic Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Madame Giry on Mon Mar 05, 2012 11:08 pm

Good luck, Phantomfett!

Anyhow, is it really sad that I saw these antique picture frames: http://www.etsy.com/listing/94559996/pair-antique-art-nouveau-jeweled-picture?ref=af_new_item

... and my first thought was "Hey, those would be great frames for photos of Carlotta and Christine as Elissa in Hannibal!"? Wink

~Madame~

Madame Giry

Posts : 502
Join date : 2009-11-22
Location : United States

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Viscountess on Tue Mar 06, 2012 1:03 am

operafantomet wrote:
Viscountess wrote: http://i192.photobucket.com/albums/z200/OMGWTFGERIKHAWTNESS/11a4161c.jpg

Appliques for the Triangle Girl bodice! I picked them up when Kaedra was in town and we went fabric shopping.

I'm still deciding which one of the two multicolored appliqués should be the centerpiece. The color on the star one is a little bolder, but the bottom one has such a cool design going on.
Oh, I agree. The bottom one has such a gorgeous design. You could of course add some colourful "gems" to it? Very nice appliqués overall, wish I could have joined you gals for a shopping spree.
Ooh, that's definitely an idea I didn't consider! I've been dying to have an excuse to some really awesome gems from a trim store I love. But I really want to find a nice blue fabric for the base first and for some reason, I can't figure out what kind of fabric it is. I wanna say taffeta, but that doesn't sound right.



I'm mostly basing it off the Vegas version with the exception of the appliqué arrangement, which always seemed a little haphazard to me. So yeah, I *like* black that's in most versions but something about that super vibrant shade of blue really speaks to me.

I wish we could have met up when you were in NY! I would have dragged you to the garment district with me.

Viscountess

Posts : 266
Join date : 2009-09-22

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  operafantomet on Tue Mar 06, 2012 7:18 am

Viscountess wrote:Ooh, that's definitely an idea I didn't consider! I've been dying to have an excuse to some really awesome gems from a trim store I love. But I really want to find a nice blue fabric for the base first and for some reason, I can't figure out what kind of fabric it is. I wanna say taffeta, but that doesn't sound right.

http://i192.photobucket.com/albums/z200/OMGWTFGERIKHAWTNESS/79a4f57b.jpg

I'm mostly basing it off the Vegas version with the exception of the appliqué arrangement, which always seemed a little haphazard to me. So yeah, I *like* black that's in most versions but something about that super vibrant shade of blue really speaks to me.

I wish we could have met up when you were in NY! I would have dragged you to the garment district with me.
I dragged myself there, but it would have been SO much fun going there with a fellow costume maker. I've had some shopping sprees with Josefine, and I've found some awesome finds with her. For example the salmon silk for the Aminta costume. I think shopping with other means I see the fabric shops with new eyes, or get new ideas.

As for the Vegas version of the Triton girl, it really is one of the prettiest ones out there. Lovely materials and snug fit. I wonder if the bodice is made of some sort of lurex brocade or damask? There are times the blue area appears metallic. Can't tell for the dark dots, they might be as well. Maybe something like this vintage 1960s dress fabric, except dark (navy? black?) on turquoise rather than blue on blue?

http://www.pennydreadfulvintage.com/product/evening-dresses/1960s-blue-lurex-brocade-evening-dress-with-sequin-trim/

_________________
JOSEFINE TO THE PHANTOM:
You come off as... somewhat... rough...

operafantomet

Posts : 3600
Join date : 2009-09-21
Age : 37
Location : Norway

View user profile http://www.anea.no

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  operafantomet on Tue Mar 06, 2012 7:24 am

phantomfett wrote:So, I started preparing my Red Death costume for some major updates recently. The sleeves need the most work, so I dismantled them. I am left with a pile of 192 pieces of piping, 48 velvet panels, 48 canvas panels, and 48 pieces of boning. *sigh...* Now, I have to modify the patterns so I can change the shapes of all the panels, then re-attach all that stuff back together. Plus, I still don't know if the 56 pieces of gold trim on the crushed velvet panels will need to be moved or not. Once that is worked out, I still get to attach 280 smaller pieces of trim. Oh boy! Twisted Evil Let it begin! LET IT BEGIN!!!! Twisted Evil
No-once can accuse you of not being patient! Shocked

Courtesy of ladygodiva, who posted this link over in the Rare Pictures thread:
http://myswallownet.pixnet.net/blog/post/28550398

A couple of the World Tour costumes on display in either Taiwan or Shanghai. The Wishing dress was worn by Ana Marina, that's all I know. The link also has the Phantom's cloak, and the "Frilly lady" Masquerade costume.


_________________
JOSEFINE TO THE PHANTOM:
You come off as... somewhat... rough...

operafantomet

Posts : 3600
Join date : 2009-09-21
Age : 37
Location : Norway

View user profile http://www.anea.no

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  operafantomet on Fri Mar 09, 2012 9:19 pm

Dear God, noooo. Seems like the golden "jellyfish" appliqués from the RAH concert is here to stay. Sofia Escobar twittered a picture of her Phantom wedding dress. It has even more of them. Had they at least been placed higher up, around the neck opening and a bit down, I could have tried to understand the aesthetic thought behind them. Now it looks like she spilled coffee on her costume.


_________________
JOSEFINE TO THE PHANTOM:
You come off as... somewhat... rough...

operafantomet

Posts : 3600
Join date : 2009-09-21
Age : 37
Location : Norway

View user profile http://www.anea.no

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Viscountess on Fri Mar 09, 2012 11:57 pm

operafantomet wrote:
Viscountess wrote:Ooh, that's definitely an idea I didn't consider! I've been dying to have an excuse to some really awesome gems from a trim store I love. But I really want to find a nice blue fabric for the base first and for some reason, I can't figure out what kind of fabric it is. I wanna say taffeta, but that doesn't sound right.

http://i192.photobucket.com/albums/z200/OMGWTFGERIKHAWTNESS/79a4f57b.jpg

I'm mostly basing it off the Vegas version with the exception of the appliqué arrangement, which always seemed a little haphazard to me. So yeah, I *like* black that's in most versions but something about that super vibrant shade of blue really speaks to me.

I wish we could have met up when you were in NY! I would have dragged you to the garment district with me.
I dragged myself there, but it would have been SO much fun going there with a fellow costume maker. I've had some shopping sprees with Josefine, and I've found some awesome finds with her. For example the salmon silk for the Aminta costume. I think shopping with other means I see the fabric shops with new eyes, or get new ideas.

As for the Vegas version of the Triton girl, it really is one of the prettiest ones out there. Lovely materials and snug fit. I wonder if the bodice is made of some sort of lurex brocade or damask? There are times the blue area appears metallic. Can't tell for the dark dots, they might be as well. Maybe something like this vintage 1960s dress fabric, except dark (navy? black?) on turquoise rather than blue on blue?

http://www.pennydreadfulvintage.com/product/evening-dresses/1960s-blue-lurex-brocade-evening-dress-with-sequin-trim/
That's exactly what it is! Four hours of pointing at a fabric/applique/trim and going "Aminta." "DON JUAN CLOAK" "WEDDING GOWN LACE" "CROTCH TIARA!"

I think you're right, it's a fabric that I'll know when I see it, but sometimes I get lazy and want to go "Brocades?" to the salesperson when I walk into a store. Very Happy

Viscountess

Posts : 266
Join date : 2009-09-22

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Raphael on Sat Mar 10, 2012 12:09 am

Viscountess wrote:That's exactly what it is! Four hours of pointing at a fabric/applique/trim and going "Aminta." "DON JUAN CLOAK" "WEDDING GOWN LACE" "CROTCH TIARA!"
Oh, to be in a fabric store when THAT can be heard echoing out from an aisle Smile

R.

_________________
Proud former member of TMCPMC
Keeper of Brianne Morgan's Masquerade hip-swish
www.phantoonsoftheopera.com

Raphael

Posts : 1046
Join date : 2009-09-22
Location : San Francisco Bay Area

View user profile http://www.phantoonsoftheopera.com

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Melly on Tue Mar 13, 2012 9:36 am

Just a little post to share my despair! I still don't know where are my test swatches for the wishing dress fabric! T_T
Well, I've received the patterns from truly victorian! Petticoat, skirt, bodice, and bustle. And.. I've bought the victorian boots (don't know where they are too... I'm so happy to live in France when everything comes from US...) to wear with the Wishing dress and with the PonR Aminta's dress < Kill me now!)





Last edited by Melly on Tue Apr 24, 2012 9:46 am; edited 1 time in total

Melly

Posts : 76
Join date : 2012-02-21
Age : 30

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  operafantomet on Tue Mar 13, 2012 11:22 am

Melly wrote:Just a little post to share my despair! I still don't know where are my test swatches for the wishing dress fabric! T_T Well, I've received the patterns from truly victorian! Petticoat, skirt, bodice, and bustle. And.. I've bought the victorian boots (don't know where they are too... I'm so happy to live in France when everything comes from US...) to wear with the Wishing dress and with the PonR Aminta's dress < Kill me now!)

I can't wait to start but I still need to finish my 2004 Think of Me DressO_O Please help me! I have so many things to do and I miss time! I also need to make a Regency Dress, a Victorian original dress, another original crinoline... Embarassed Shame on me. I think Phtanom too much!

Can there ever be too much Phantom? rabbit Haha, I guess there can. But sorry to hear about the swatches. Waiting for stuff can be sooo tedious. Glad you got your TV patterns to play with in the mean time. You could make a mockup of cheap cotton, to get a good fit?

_________________
JOSEFINE TO THE PHANTOM:
You come off as... somewhat... rough...

operafantomet

Posts : 3600
Join date : 2009-09-21
Age : 37
Location : Norway

View user profile http://www.anea.no

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Melly on Tue Mar 13, 2012 11:30 am

This is what I'm planning to do but I have to make the regency dress and a spencer before starting this project (and I have to make the bustle too...).
The bodice is not a bustle era one, it's a natural form bodice. So I'll have to modify the shape a lot but I can't start until I make the bustle Smile For once, the schdule is quite clear haha Very Happy

I have to think about the center front pieces too. There are 2 darts on each piece for the TV pattern, which is quite difficult when I want this result with the stripes:


And I'll have to separate velvet and coton pieces, which means, cutting the piece in 2 parts... OMG so much work on these 2 front pieces! Smile


Melly

Posts : 76
Join date : 2012-02-21
Age : 30

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  AlwaysChristine on Tue Mar 13, 2012 1:59 pm

I hope I have someday the blue and PONR gown. I want it sooo!

AlwaysChristine

Posts : 382
Join date : 2011-05-01
Age : 37
Location : Austria

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  AlwaysChristine on Tue Mar 13, 2012 2:00 pm

operafantomet wrote:Dear God, noooo. Seems like the golden "jellyfish" appliqués from the RAH concert is here to stay. Sofia Escobar twittered a picture of her Phantom wedding dress. It has even more of them. Had they at least been placed higher up, around the neck opening and a bit down, I could have tried to understand the aesthetic thought behind them. Now it looks like she spilled coffee on her costume.


Oh yes, oh no! Very Happy You are right, what do they with the dressings?

AlwaysChristine

Posts : 382
Join date : 2011-05-01
Age : 37
Location : Austria

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Melly on Wed Mar 14, 2012 10:03 am

I have to admit that this is ... a strange choice from the costume designers O_o

Melly

Posts : 76
Join date : 2012-02-21
Age : 30

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  LadyCDaae on Wed Mar 14, 2012 1:17 pm

The silver ribbon on the bodice looks rather pleh too, especially with the gold appliques. (Mixing metals irritates my inner herald...)

~LCD

LadyCDaae

Posts : 724
Join date : 2009-10-04
Age : 39
Location : Denver

View user profile http://musicalhell.blogspot.com/

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Melly on Thu Mar 15, 2012 7:47 am

Sorry for this message, I won't re-read it so I'm sure there are a lot of mistakes but I'm already late for work!)
GUYS! A DREAM COMES TRUE!

I've received my test swatches yesterday and... They are perfect!
As a graphist/illustrator I'm quite stressed with color that appears correctly on my scrren and which has to be printed. You can have surprises sometimes but... all the colors are perfect!

I used the first cotton and the first poplin available (16 and 20$ per yard which isn't very expensive for a perfect fabric!) and well.. the cotton (16$) is better than the poplin. The print is perfect, I washed it and the color is still here, the water wasn't even blue even I the fabric is a deep blue one.. I've pulled on the fabric strongly and there are no cracks... It's a fabric you could find in a fabric shop, it's absolutly professional! Well... I CAN'T WAIT TO START THIS DRESS!

Some of the pics have been taken yesterday with a bad light... So you just have to imagine that the result is even better!

Now I've got a BIG problem.. Which color should I choose?!










Enjoy!




Last edited by Melly on Tue Apr 24, 2012 9:47 am; edited 1 time in total

Melly

Posts : 76
Join date : 2012-02-21
Age : 30

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  operafantomet on Thu Mar 15, 2012 3:13 pm

Melly, that IS perfect!!! I'm forwarding all potential Wishing dress makers to your post, pronto!

As for colour, the middle or lower one (in that first picture of all three). I'm leaning towards the middle on, as it's closer to how the original fabric is in real life, but the lower fabric is how it often appears on stage. So one of those.

_________________
JOSEFINE TO THE PHANTOM:
You come off as... somewhat... rough...

operafantomet

Posts : 3600
Join date : 2009-09-21
Age : 37
Location : Norway

View user profile http://www.anea.no

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Melly on Thu Mar 15, 2012 3:29 pm

Thanks for sharing and for helping me choosing Smile I don't think that the copyright of the original pattern is still active today, but I prefer keeping drawing a "look-alike" design and making it available for everybody Smile
Don't hesistate to share, and as it's possible to update the original file, Phans can still tell me if something can be improved! Smile

I highly recommand you to purchase a swatch first (fat quarter 21"x18") just to be sure that the repetition and the size will be ok. Smile It won't be lost as it's big enough to cut a piece inside the swatch).

I've purchased a bigger swatch of the middle color today, (I think I'll go for this color) just to be sure that the pattern will repeat correctly even if it seems ok on the little swatch - but the preview on the website is in a low res and the pattern looks weird, I wanted to be sure...

I've written an article on my blog concerning the quality of the service but it's in french.. I'll try to make a quick summary here:

- The cheapest fabric is the coton Kona one. It's soft and is good enough to make a lined historical/correct costume. But the print render is not as good as the poplin's print but it's a detail, it's still very good.

The poplin looks stronger but really thin... I think is not as good to wear as the first cotton. The coton is softer.

The service is really professionnal. We have this kind of service in France but it's SO much expensive O_o
On spoonflower you can choose the way you want the pattern to be repeated (basic/centered/mirror..)
As they try to finish some of their rolls, they ask you if you authorize them to cut your fabric, and where. As you can see it's a very detailed service Razz Frenchy fabric makers, take a lesson!

I'm already making new patterns for other projects Smile this will change my life O_O




Melly

Posts : 76
Join date : 2012-02-21
Age : 30

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Stephanie on Fri Mar 16, 2012 2:58 am

This is amazing! I've almost had the Wishing gown made several times over the years and now I'm so glad that I waited. I'm going to order the swatches tonight. Thanks so much for all of the hard work you put into this!

Stephanie

Posts : 57
Join date : 2009-10-03
Location : Atlanta

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Melly on Fri Mar 16, 2012 10:54 am

Thank you so much! I hope you'll like them! Don't hesitate if you have a review to give me once you receive the swatches Smile


Last edited by Melly on Tue Apr 24, 2012 9:47 am; edited 1 time in total

Melly

Posts : 76
Join date : 2012-02-21
Age : 30

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  meglett on Fri Mar 16, 2012 6:32 pm

That's such a great dress from the Sylvan Glade costume. So cute!

meglett

Posts : 98
Join date : 2009-09-21
Age : 33

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  operafantomet on Tue Mar 20, 2012 8:08 am

OK, let's talk mask...

It's clear that the traditional horizontal half mask was what they originally were to use. But somewhere out in the process Michael Crawford expressed that it would block too much of his face, and with this much of his acting. Another of the original team - I wanna say Hal Prince, but I might be wrong - expressed a desire to make the Phantom two-faced, like the antique Roman god Janus. Depending on which side you saw, he would look either evil or good. This thought is elaborated in an article about the Phantom design:

"Phantom unfolds in two worlds: the glittering, public showcase of the Paris Opera, and the secluded underground where the Phantom writes his opera and nurses his rage. Thematically, too, the musical is a web of opposites: goodness and evil, beauty and deformity, innocence and guilt, life and death."

Thematically the "Janus" face of the Phantom fits into this. A vertical half mask was designed instead of the horizontal half mask, so Michael Crawford had some possibility of facial expressions. Originally it was designed for the left side of the face (the left side was traditionally considered the "bad" side in Christianity). But by the time the mask design was finished, Crawford had already worked on a lot of the blocking in his head, and was clear on one thing: the mask had to be on the right side of the face. This is why the mask is on the left side in the design, but on the right side on stage.

What inspired the mask, though? I've heard many different explanations. Some say it's inspired by Venetian carnival masks. The deliberate porcelain look of the mask can indicate some truth to this. Bjørnson is said to have studied old Venice for the boat scene, so their mask tradition might have influenced her as well.

Another source popped up some weeks ago. It's an article written when they made new masks and deformity for the currect South Africa leg of the World Tour:

Maria Björnson (Production Designer) fashioned the Phantom’s mask after half-masks worn by disfigured soldiers in World War I, often with a detailed eye painted on to “replace” the lost one.
http://www.phantomsa.co.za/news/paper-faces-on-parade-the-making-of-the-mask.asp

These soldiers wore both full masks covering their whole face, and half masks as described above. Sometimes these masks also only covered a patch of the face. They were usually made of tin, and beautifully painted. An interesting article about the subject can be found here:
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history-archaeology/mask.html#

Here are two examples of it:

1. Jack Huston from the TV series Broadwalk Empire.
2. An extant mask from 1918, in the Gilles Archives at Queen Mary Hospital in the UK.

Some while ago a very kind fellow fan sent me a 1988 interview/article with Maria Bjørnson talking about her Phantom design. Interviews with her, and especially on Phantom, is far and few, so it was most valuable to me. In the article there were a highly interesting tidbit about how the mask came to be designed, as explained by her British assistant Jonathan Allen:

"We were agonizing over how the Phantom's mask should look. I reminded her of a hat she had once worn to a fancy dress ball at the Lloyd Webber's house. It covered one half of her face and only one eye and crescendoed on top of her head with a long feather. This became the basis for mask she eventually designed. When she showed it to Hal, she remembered to say that I had reminded her of the hat".

This is the most contemporary source I have for the mask design, and hence the one I'm most inclined to believe. But it doesn't necessarily contradict the others. The latter quote speak of the actual shape of the mask; the meaning behind it could still have been to echo the masks - or the tragedy - of wounded WWI soldiers.

Have you heard other explanations on how the mask came to look as it does, and what inspired it?

_________________
JOSEFINE TO THE PHANTOM:
You come off as... somewhat... rough...

operafantomet

Posts : 3600
Join date : 2009-09-21
Age : 37
Location : Norway

View user profile http://www.anea.no

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Stephanie on Fri Mar 23, 2012 1:36 am

I ordered Melly's fabric samples in silk and they arrived today. She did such a good job with this design! Pictures are below. I'm leaning towards the darker blue or the one that is the largest sample. What do you think? It's so hard to pick. Smile


Stephanie

Posts : 57
Join date : 2009-10-03
Location : Atlanta

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Viscountess on Fri Mar 23, 2012 2:46 am

Stephanie wrote:I ordered Melly's fabric samples in silk and they arrived today. She did such a good job with this design! Pictures are below. I'm leaning towards the darker blue or the one that is the largest sample. What do you think? It's so hard to pick. Smile

When the fabric is on a roll, it looks a lot like the one that's the darkest blue, but I feel like the biggest swatch is the nicest color, not too dark, but bluer than the one on the left (though in a lot of promo pictures, the dress looks that color)

Viscountess

Posts : 266
Join date : 2009-09-22

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Melly on Fri Mar 23, 2012 7:10 am

Oh! I'm so happy you love it! I'll change the size of the parttern to make it a bit larger as soon as possible (I'll try today and I tell you when it's ready !)Smile


Concerning the color I'll certainly go for the largest one. You should choose your favourite color thinking of your hair color and skintone too Very Happy This is what I did and the darkest one wasn't the best for me Smile

So, will you choose Silk? Is it strong enough? I'm afraid of purchasing silk as it's a bit expensive for me :S

PS: I received a mail notification about a private message. But my Inbox is empty on the forum. If someone tried to send me something, please, resend Smile

Melly

Posts : 76
Join date : 2012-02-21
Age : 30

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Melly on Fri Mar 23, 2012 10:01 am

As Stephanie suggested me, I've made the texture a little bit bigger to have a 10 cm large pattern instead of 8 cm Smile

Stephanie: on the pic you sent me, the size is shown in centimeters, not inches Smile
You can now order the fabric in the good size.

Thanks again for your help!

Mary/Melly

Melly

Posts : 76
Join date : 2012-02-21
Age : 30

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Loettchen on Fri Mar 23, 2012 11:19 pm

Ah! Melly!! You're killing me! I previously had no desire to redo my Wishing dress, despite all of its mistakes. But now... O.O

In all seriousness, though, the design looks beautiful. If I had the time and money right now, I'd be all over that. What an excellent job. I simply cannot wait to see your finished gown!

Loettchen

Posts : 132
Join date : 2009-10-12
Location : South Korea

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  TheFinnishPhantom on Fri Mar 23, 2012 11:43 pm

Gah! Now even I want to make a Wishing dress! I wouldn't have too much use for it though.. Wink


TheFinnishPhantom

Posts : 178
Join date : 2010-05-08
Location : Jyväskylä, Finland

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  MasqPhan on Sat Mar 24, 2012 6:17 am

That pattern looks amazing!!
If I was good at dressmaking and had the time I wish I could make a Wishing Dress for an upcoming concert. It would have been awesome as some of my parts are from when Christine is wearing that dress.

Maybe some day.

For those of you making the dress, I look forward to seeing pictures.

_________________
Keeper of the Vegas Phantom deformity and Meg's Hannibal costume
Avatar by Raphael.

MasqPhan
Admin

Posts : 390
Join date : 2009-09-21

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  LadyCDaae on Sat Mar 24, 2012 1:47 pm

operafantomet wrote:OK, let's talk mask...

Interesting stuff!

I seem to recall Crawford saying in his memoirs that Bjornson was the one who came up with the half-mask (and that the biggest problem was making his exposed side look handsome!). The Phantom we know and love was very clearly the result of some intense collaboration between Prince, Bjornson, and Crawford, though--we may never know for certain.

~LCD

LadyCDaae

Posts : 724
Join date : 2009-10-04
Age : 39
Location : Denver

View user profile http://musicalhell.blogspot.com/

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Madame Giry on Thu Mar 29, 2012 2:00 am

I found this vintage Christian Dior lace dressing robe on Etsy that seems like a nice-looking and affordable Christine dressing gown base for someone with limited time/sewing skills:

http://www.etsy.com/listing/85072875/sale-1970s-dior-white-lace-dressing-gown

Might be a bit on the short side for taller girls *cough*Anea*cough* Wink

~Madame~

Madame Giry

Posts : 502
Join date : 2009-11-22
Location : United States

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Phantom costumes - real and replicas

Post  Sponsored content Today at 11:55 pm


Sponsored content


Back to top Go down

Page 1 of 9 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9  Next

View previous topic View next topic Back to top

- Similar topics

 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum