mockturtle (hellblazer06) wrote,

My tweets

  • Fri, 06:32: RT @AnneLouiseAvery: A storm-petrel silk faille & taffeta visiting dress, by Charles Worth from the 1870s, trimmed with dark Atlantic-grey-…
  • Fri, 06:41: RT @tristardesign: 1911-12 afternoon dress, with a narrow, semi-fitted silhouette that is columnar and straight to the hem. Pops of purple…
  • Fri, 07:37: Kākāpō: four facts about the world's heaviest parrot – video
Tags: #19thc, #onthisday, twitter

  • My tweets

    Fri, 17:14: RT @ drapedinhistory: Divine. Velvet evening gown by House of Worth, circa 1901. Palazzo Pitti, via @ Europeanaeu…

  • My tweets

    Thu, 13:00: RT @ jennyleong: A thread on fast fashion 🧵 Becoming an MP meant that for the first time that I had the privilege (pay packet,…

  • My tweets

    Wed, 17:47: RT @ statelibrarynsw: One summer day in 1928, State Library visitors saw something quite unusual: a man in a straight-jacket…

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