Callot Soeurs, circa 1926. Silk, silk and metallic lace, and imitation pearls and opals. Indianapolis Museum of Art: "Irises and water avens adorn this elegant dress. Embroidered layers of soft, sheer, exotic fabrics combined with a large bejeweled ornament in the center typify dresses of the flapper era. ... Callot Soeurs in Paris was famous for the use of exotic fabrics, antique laces, lavish beading, and delicate embroideries."