A lace or cloth ornament hung over the chest. Although the jabot was originally intended for men, it became a fashionable accessory for women during the middle of the 19th century.
Adnet was a French furniture designer from the 1930’s - 1950’s. Art Deco was his expertise during the 1930’s, which was, for the most part, out of style during that time. After the war he became known for his leather-covered furniture which was popular in the 1940’s and 1950’s.
A Dutch term for the Japanese kimono with cotton padding. The garment was worn indoors by European men during the 17th and 18th centuries. The kimonos were imported by the East India Company. However, since there was a shortage of the number of imported Japanese kimonos, gowns created with indienne were made to meet the need. In Holland, both these gowns were called “Japonsche rocken.”
Josei is a category of manga and anime created for woman over eighteen; the stories are filled with adult women and focus on daily experiences and romance that is more practical and less idealistic. The term may sometimes relate to a sexual preference for older women in manga and anime.
Fabrics printed by Christophe P. Oberkampf. He founded a factory in Jouy, France. Jouy gradually grew into a big center for the printing industry in France once the ban on importing or producing indienne was taken away in 1759.
JPEG stands for joint photographic electronic group. It is a compression method that compresses a file’s size by removing non-essential picture information. If used too much, an image’s apperance will not display well.
Ribs of corduroy that contain a cut-pile weave; it is created from cotton.
Two shots sharing similarities that are cut together with a jump in time, camera position or continuity.
A soft bodice for women to wear at home without the stiffening bones of a corset during the 18th century.