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Theatre costume with matching accessories, worn by the female impersonator Danny La Rue (1927-2009) in the title role of Hello Dolly, produced at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1984
[left shoe] Shoe, part of an ensemble of items worn by the female impersonator Danny La Rue (1927-2009) in the title role of Hello Dolly, produced at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1984
[right shoe] Shoe, part of an ensemble of items worn by the female impersonator Danny La Rue (1927-2009) in the title role of Hello Dolly, produced at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1984
[left glove] Glove, part of an ensemble of items worn by the female impersonator Danny La Rue (1927-2009) in the title role of Hello Dolly, produced at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1984
[right glove] Glove, part of an ensemble of items worn by the female impersonator Danny La Rue (1927-2009) in the title role of Hello Dolly, produced at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1984
[bag] Bag, part of an ensemble of items worn by the female impersonator Danny La Rue (1927-2009) in the title role of Hello Dolly, produced at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1984
[necklace (a)] Necklace, part of an ensemble of items worn by the female impersonator Danny La Rue (1927-2009) in the title role of Hello Dolly, produced at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1984
[necklace (b)] Necklace, part of an ensemble of items worn by the female impersonator Danny La Rue (1927-2009) in the title role of Hello Dolly, produced at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1984
Short sleeved wool shirt worn by the actress Zena Dare (1887-1975) in the title role of Peter Pan by J.M.Barrie (1860-1937), ca. 1907
Jerkin worn by the actress Julia Lockwood (b.1941) in the title role of Peter Pan by J.M.Barrie (1860-1937), ca.1960. Painted leather on cotton net, with velcro.
Illustration by Adrian Allinson showing the Sea-King in the ballet, Sadko as performed by Serge Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes probably at the London Coliseum in 1918 He is standing on his right leg with his decorative gown flowing behind hi.m He has long hair and a long beard, wears an elaborate crown and caries a sceptre surmounted by a star
Illustration by Adrian Allinson showing the ballet, Sadko as performed by Serge Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes probably at the London Coliseum in 1918
Copper bracelet or cuff. Used by Paul Scofield (1922-2008) in Peter Brook's 1971 film of King Lear by William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
Oval, metal bracelet or cuff, dark brown with gold highlights. Used by Paul Scofield (1922-2008) in Peter Brook's 1971 film of King Lear by William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
Evening gown of ivory silk satin and applique diamente decoration, Hardy Amies, 1960
Group photograph of a school football team, British, about 1910
Black silk and velvet ballgown
Silk collar, edged with red ribbon, embroidered with poppy motifs, England, 1917-1925
Pair of boots
Pair of knee-high boots, leather, by Jimmy Choo Ltd., Italy, 2005
Pair of ankle boots, leather timmed with studs, Italy, ca. 2000
Caraco jacket, made of Chinese silk, design of chrysanthemums in polychrome on yellow ground, France, late 18th century.
Dress with sequinned bag incorporated at the back, silk, designed by Yohji Yamamoto, Paris, 2001
Dress, with neckpiece, metallic silver vinyl, designed by Gareth Pugh, Britain, 2011
Dress, leather and gazar, designed by Nicolas Ghesquière for Balenciaga, France, 2005
Design, dress pattern for train of garment, Rosie Taylor-Davies, London, 2010
Pair of shoes
Pair of shoes, turquoise snake skin high heels, 'Spock A3', S/S 2010, Atalanta Weller, designed in Great Britain, made in Portugal, 2010.
Full length evening dress consisting of a chiffon skirt and embroidered velvet bodice, designed by James Galanos, United States, 1959
Petticoat, Vionnet, silk, F, France, 1930s.
Gazar evening dress, designed by Cristóbal Balenciaga, Paris, February 1961.
Evening dress of embroidered satin, designed by Cristóbal Balenciaga, Paris, 1955
Tweed suit, Balenciaga, Paris, 1951
Evening dress 'Celyn', printed silk crêpe, designed by Jonathan Saunders, London, S/S 2011
Coat, periwinkle blue cashmere blend coat with tan embroidery, Alexander McQueen, designed in England, made in Italy, ca. 1995.
Tex, China, 21st century. Shoe, high heel and platform, sandal type, with shoe bag, Mary Ching, Shanghai, A/W 2010.
Evening dress of satin, designed by Charles James, London, 1937
Corset of nylon and lace, made by Berlei, England, and retailed by Dickins & Jones, London, 1957
Theatrical ensemble of tunic, under-doublet, tights and boots worn by Henry Irving in role of Hamlet, for his 1878 revival.
Theatrical ensemble of cloak, coat, waistcoat, two hats, sword-sling and boots, worn by Henry Irving as Edgar in Ravenswood by Herman Merivale (a dramatization of 'The Bride of Lammermoor'), 1890, at the Lyceum under Irving's management. Costumes designed by Seymour Lucas.
Theatrical ensemble of waistcoat, breeches and coat worn by Sir Henry Irving as Doricourt in Mrs Cowley's 'The Belle's Stratagem' , at the Lyceum, 1876, under Mrs Bateman's management.
Sketch by Feliks Topolski in pencil, black pen, charcoal and felt pen showing 'The Crazy Horse Saloon', Paris, August 1972.
Mans wedding suit
Man's single breasted waistcoat, cream jacquard woven silk, retailed by Walter Ray Jones, London, 1858
F, cocktail dress, black taffeta, Christian Dior, France, S/S 1955
Motoring coat, brown wool single-breasted houndstooth with a fur lining, Wilkinson & Son, Britain, 1920s
M, wool, fur-lined, 1920s, Britain
Dress, Givenchy, 1970s, France, black dress
F, cream white dress of accordian pleated silk, Emanuel Ungaro, France, ca. 1975
Dress and belt F, Ashish Gupta, 2007
F, two-piece bathing costume, pink dotted cotton with elastic ruching, Slix, England, 1947
Blue silk velvet maternity dress, lined with blue silk satin, 1865-1879
Trouser suit, F, cream wool, Yves Saint Laurent, France, ca. 2000.
Black polyester petticoat with red cherry motif appliqué, Odette Barsa, ca. 1945, USA
Evening dress and corset
Evening dress, tulle and satin, with fine net corset, Chanel, France, A/W 1995-1996,
Evening ensemble, black satin and velvet with feathers, Givenchy, Paris, 1968
Blue and white striped silk dress for a young girl; made in England, 1852-1853
Child's pinafore of white lawn trimmed with lace and embroidery; made in England, ca. 1880
Boy's dress of black velvet trimmed with blue/ green plaid silk and cut steel buttons; made in England, ca.1868
Bisque headed doll called Mabel, with blonde wig and blue eyes, on a calico body; unmarked, made in Germany, 1885
Doll with a wax head and limbs, ringlets of light brown hair and fixed blue eyes; keepsake; made in England, ca. 1860
Costume for unidentified character in Arthur Sullivan's opera Princess Ida, designed by James Wade. 'Puritan' bonnet of black felt with a gold outline trim at the centre back.
Costume for a ?Bolibochki in Fokine's ballet The Firebird, Diaghilev Ballet, 1910. Cotton costume painted orange with variously shaped areas of yellow splotched with gray. Traces of long hanging fringes to sleeves and centre back.
Costume worn by Margaret Rutherford for poetry recitals. Cape of brown beige loose woven wool tweed woven at centre back with a decorative panel in shades of brown, black and orange.
Three part costume from Murray's Cabaret Club. Pale pink satin with diamante detailing
[Theatre costume] Cabaret costume made of pale pink floral satin fabric, decorated with areas of diamante.
[Theatre costume] G-String/Thong part of cabaret costume made of pale pink floral satin fabric
[Theatre costume] Part of costume from Murray's Cabaret Club. Bracelet/Choker set with blue and diamante jewels.
Ensemble of jacket, top and trousers, in white nylon with printed cotton trim, Leigh Bowery, Britain, 1984.
Man's woollen single breasted coat, United States, 1860s
'Upland Pastures.', wood-engraving by Thomas Nason, made in Connecticut, published by the Woodcut Society, Kansas City, Missouri, USA, ca. 1934.
Bodice, skirt and peplum
Bodice, skirt and peplum of silk trimmed with hand-made bobbin lace, England, ca. 1868-1870
Satin bonnet trimmed with a striped satin ribbon, England, 1840-1845
Corset made of cotton twill trimmed with machine-made lace and silk ribbon, possibly made in England or Germany, ca. 1900
Evening dress of silk crêpe seersucker, designed by Hardy Amies, London, 1953
Evening coat and hat
Theatrical ensemble, undergown, tunic and mantle, worn by Henry Irving as King Lear, 1892, for storm scene, Acts III and IV, broken-down version of S.2741-2010.
Viscose and nylon jersey bias-cut evening dress, designed by Ben de Lisi, Great Britain, 1996
Mandarin necklace of amber and jade, China, 19th century
Lady's robe of brocaded satin with silks and silver-gilt thread, China, 19th century
Jacket, chest protector and belt
Kajibanten in three pieces, dark blue plain weave cotton with applied white silk crêpe decoration, Japan, Edo period (1615-1868) or later
Cape, woven pashmina (goat hair), embroidered with silk in double chain stitch, buttonhole stitch and knotted stitch, probably woven in Kashmir and embroidered in Delhi or the Panjab, India, 1860-70
Teapot or sake pot and lid (with storage box), part of a tea or sake set with a lidded pot and five cups, glazed porcelain, made by Yoshikawa Masamichi, Japan, 1994
Chair, 925, designed by Tobias Scarpa for Cassina, Milan, 1965
Wedding dress and petticoat
Cotton dressing gown trimmed with openwork embroidery and silk, Great Britain, 1885
Riding habit jacket
Tweed riding habit, Busvine, England, 1890
Riding habit jacket of woollen cloth, made by Edward Erl, England, 1913
Riding habit of woollen face cloth, made by H. J. Nicoll & Co. Ltd., England, ca. 1895
Woman's bolero of white cotton thread crochet, made in Ireland, ca. 1900.
Evening dress of tulle and velvet, designed by Hardy Amies, London, 1955
Ladies jacket and skirt of wool, designed by Charles Creed, Great Britain, 1954
Hooded mantle made from satin, Great Britain, ca. 1755
Silk day dress lined with satin, textile by Liberty & Co. Ltd., designed by John Cavanagh, England, 1961
Day dress and coat
Dress consisting of a coat, bodice and skirt of embroidered linen, Caney, New York, 1905
Afternoon dress of figured silk, Liberty & Co. Ltd., London, 1916-1918
Evening dress, Pauline Allen, St. Martin's School of Art, London, 1969.
Ladies coat and dress, printed silk, Oscar de la Renta at Elizabeth Arden, United States, 1967