VFG Fashion Parade: January 14th: Iridescence

Discussion in 'PUBLIC Fashion Parades - The best from the VFG' started by The Vintage Merchant, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. The Vintage Merchant

    The Vintage Merchant Administrator Staff Member

    Iridescence is a display of radiant colors which seems to change when seen from various angles.

    Stop by the parade this week to see vintage jewelry, accessories and clothing featuring this elegant effect.

    From the VFG Fabric Resource:
    Also called chameleon, changeant, pearlescent, luminescent, glacé, changeable or shot (in the case of taffeta), iridescent fabric is created by the weaving of two different colored yarns in the warp and weft. This may also be achieved in the dyeing of a fabric with two different fibers taking dye differently. Any fiber may be used, but the more lustrous the fiber, the more dramatic will be the iridescence.


    1949 Henri Bendel gown
  2. Marzilli_Vintage

    Marzilli_Vintage Trade Member

  3. Vinclothes

    Vinclothes Trade Member

  4. jazzbug

    jazzbug Trade Member

  5. vivavintageclothing

    vivavintageclothing Trade Member

  6. thespectrum

    thespectrum Administrator Staff Member

  7. poppysvintageclothing

    poppysvintageclothing Administrator Staff Member

  8. denisebrain

    denisebrain Trade Member

    50s Vintage Iridescent Peach Bubble Hem Party Dress with Rust Velvet Bodice

    Late 40s Vintage Iridescent Navy Blue Jacquard Taffeta Dress & Jacket

    and the crazy-cool 40s Large Bird Pin of Black Felt, Beads and Iridescent Paillettes
  9. candy_says

    candy_says Trade Member

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