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Dress  Jean Patou, 1929  The Goldstein Museum of Design

Evening Dress - Jean Patou, 1929 The Goldstein Museum of Design - Front 1

Dress Back 2 of 3 Jean Patou, 1929  The Goldstein Museum of Design  OMG that dress!

Evening Dress - Jean Patou, 1929 The Goldstein Museum of Design - Back 2

fashionsfromhistory:  Evening Dress Bonwit Teller c.1920 Museum...

Circa 1920 Evening Dress, Bonwit Teller, via the Museum at FIT.

OMGthatdress@tumblr: Evening Dress 1925-29, From 1st Dibs

Dress 1920s 1stdibs.com (OMG that dress!)

View this item and discover similar evening dresses and gowns for sale at - A striking, larger sized, French hand beaded Flapper dress from the is almost completely covered with gold, silver, crystal and white beads.

~Evening dress, Jeanne Lanvin,1935~

Evening dress Place of origin: Paris, France (made) Date: winter 1935 (made) Artist/Maker: Jeanne Lanvin, born 1867 - died 1946 (designer) Materials and Techniques: Satin, machine-sewn

Beaded chiffon dress over gold lame slip, c.1924, from the Vintage Textile archives.

Beaded chiffon dress over gold lame slip, from the Vintage Textile archives.

dress with fringe and chiffon | Coco Chanel | 1920s

Evening dress with ombred silk fringe, Coco Chanel, Kent State University Museum

Madeleine Vionnet Dress, 1922 Silk crepe georgette with lamé edging.     Arizona Costume Institute . Vionnet, a genius seamstress who built her dresses from the ground up so to speak, by cutting fabric on the bias, directly on her models. The final look was a unique feminine drape which heralded a new look that emphasized freedom of movement and femininity. Even with the popular garcon look [ flat chested and tubular ] the Vionnet dress was unmistakably feminine.

Designer: Madeleine Vionnet French, 1876 - 1975 Title: Dress Date: winter 1924 Medium: silk crepe georgette with lamé trim Phoenix Art Museum

Dress, Evening.  Callot Soeurs (French, active 1895–1937).  Designer: Madame Marie Gerber (French).  Date: ca. 1923.  Culture: French.  Medium: silk, metal, pearl.  Dimensions: Length at CB: 47 in. (119.4 cm).

Evening dress Callot Soeurs (French, active Designer: Madame Marie Gerber (French) Date: ca. 1923 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal, pearl Dimensions: Length at CB: 47 in.

Chartreuse and black chiffon dress with rhinestone embellishment, late 1920's.

Chartreuse and black chiffon flapper dress, late the skirt and ovoid neck insertion studded with rhinestones

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