Not the best photos right now, but here is a doublet I built for the character “Aramis” in Connecticut Repertory Theatre’s production of “Three Musketeers”. 
I looooove building period men’s wear, especially pre-19th century.  There’s just so many interesting shapes and colors!  How did it get to be so, I don’t know, plain, today?
If I had a time machine, I would go back in time and punch Beau Brummell in the fucking face for ruining colorful and ornate clothing for men.  FUCK YOU BEAU.   Not the best photos right now, but here is a doublet I built for the character “Aramis” in Connecticut Repertory Theatre’s production of “Three Musketeers”. 
I looooove building period men’s wear, especially pre-19th century.  There’s just so many interesting shapes and colors!  How did it get to be so, I don’t know, plain, today?
If I had a time machine, I would go back in time and punch Beau Brummell in the fucking face for ruining colorful and ornate clothing for men.  FUCK YOU BEAU.  

Not the best photos right now, but here is a doublet I built for the character “Aramis” in Connecticut Repertory Theatre’s production of “Three Musketeers”. 

I looooove building period men’s wear, especially pre-19th century.  There’s just so many interesting shapes and colors!  How did it get to be so, I don’t know, plain, today?

If I had a time machine, I would go back in time and punch Beau Brummell in the fucking face for ruining colorful and ornate clothing for men.  FUCK YOU BEAU.  

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