Texas Fashion Collection - 16 Matching Results

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Banda

Description: Man's Banda (Sash). Handwoven cotton on a backstrap loom, plain weave, red with jaspe (ikat) striping, loose knotting at the ends.
Date: 1940/1949
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Caftan

Description: Caftan. Vintage Guatemalan skirt (possibly from Santa Maria de Jesus) remade into a contemporary caftan. Original skirt handwoven on treadle loom all cotton. Hand embroidered cotton randa (joining seam). Notice the handmade fabric toggle closure at neckline to complement original design of skirt.
Date: 1970/1979
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Ceremonial huipil

Description: Ceremonial/Cofradia (religious society) Huipil. 2 breadth garment back strap loomed in cotton with cotton and silk single-faced brocaded designs - broad and widely spaced red warp stripes amid very wide areas of ixcaco (natural brown cotton) - no trim at neck or sleeves.
Date: 1960/1970
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Cinta

Description: Cinta (woman’s hairband) of red cotton with multicolored stripes and silk floss tassels at both ends. Textile was handwoven on the backstrap loom with cotton warp and weft.
Date: 1970/1979
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Cinta

Description: Cinta (hair ribbon). Handwoven on hair ribbon loom (cross between backstrap and fixed floor loom) using a slit tapestry weave. Although this piece was tagged Zihuatenango it is likely it was only purchased there.
Date: 1970/1979
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Delantal

Description: Delantal (Apron). Made from remnant of jaspe (ikat) corte (skirt). Material is very nicely detailed with a scalloped bottom that is trimmed in velvet. The lining of the pockets is made from the same skirt material. This piece was probably used as an accessory to a garment for a statue of a saint.
Date: 1970/1979
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Huipil panel

Description: Unused (neck opening never cut) huipil (woman's blouse). White cotton warp and weft handwoven on the back strap loom - technique called picb'il (supplementary weft brocade on a spaced or gauze weave textile - no supplemental weft). This style of huipil is always wider than longer so the side panels will hang lower than the center panel. This huipil is never tucked into the skirt, thus giving the wearer the freedom to move around and feel cool in the subtropical climate of 3500'.
Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Huipil panel

Description: Unused (neck opening never cut) huipil (woman's blouse). White cotton warp and weft handwoven on the backstrap loom - technique called picb'il (supplementary weft brocade on a spaced or gauze weave textile - no supplemental weft). This huipil is never tucked into the skirt, thus giving the wearer the freedom to move around and feel cool in the subtropical climate of 3500'.
Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Huipil panel

Description: Center panel from a 3 breadth ceremonial huipil. Handwoven on a backstrap loom in cotton with cotton double- faced brocaded pattern motifs (geometric and double-faced eagles)
Date: 1970/1979
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Huipil panel

Description: Unused (neck opening never cut) huipil (woman's blouse). White cotton warp and weft handwoven on the back strap loom - technique called picb'il (supplementary weft brocade on a spaced or gauze weave textile - no supplemental weft). This style huipil is always wider than longer so the side panels will hang lower than the center panel. This huipil is never tucked into the skirt, thus giving the wearer freedom to move around and feel cool in the subtropical climate of 3500'.
Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Hupil

Description: Girl's huipil (blouse). Single breadth garment back strap loomed in cotton Double face brocaded geometric design motifs in synthetically-dyed cotton. Neck and side seams both hand stitched.
Date: 1980/1989
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Morga skirt

Description: Ceremonial Morga (Skirt) of purple and blue striped and patterned handwoven cotton and rayon. Created on a treadle loom with warp jaspe (ikat) patterning.
Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Pants

Description: Man's Pantalones (pants) of red, blue, green, orange, and white striped woven cotton. Textile created on back strap loom. All hand seamed. One selvedge and three hemmed ends.
Date: 1940/1949
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Pants

Description: Man's Pantalones (Pants). Handwoven back strap loomed in cotton. White with purple stripes about 1/2" wide. Hand embroidered cotton design motifs at lower leg. Hand-stitched construction.
Date: 1930/1939
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Pants for a figure of a saint

Description: Pantalones (Pants) for a Boy or the Figure of a Saint. Back strap loomed white cotton ground with simple jaspe (ikat) of blue and white dash stripes. Simple cotton hand embroidered design motifs at lower edge of each leg.
Date: 1930/1960
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Tzut

Description: Man's Tzut (head or shoulder cloth) of handspun cotton, possibly for a member of the Cofradia (religious society). Back strap loomed warp face plain weave with warp stripes and warp jaspe (ikat).
Date: 1950/1959
Creator: Unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design